Mon, 10. Nov 2014, 9.45 PM | Face to Face
Fatoumata Diawara is from Mali, Mayra Andrade comes from Cap Verde and Omara Portuondo embodies traditional Cuban music. However, they actually all sing the same: music with African roots. After the long journey across the ocean, African music took on new shapes and forms in songs of womanhood, love, family. Pianist Roberto Fonseca unites the continents musically. Having worked with all three singers, he knows the music on both sides of the ocean and ties it all together with jazz.
|Fatoumata Diawara||Lead Vocals, Guitar|
|Jean-Baptiste Ekoue Gbadoe||Drums|
|Jean Alain Hohy||Bass|