Sat 31 March 2018 | 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
TEDER.FM - Jaffa Road, 9, Tel Aviv,

Three live performances * Three DJs * One day in the Romano house

On Saturday, March 31, we meet at Beit Romano to give love to the continent that excites us most of all, a musical celebration of live performances and acclaimed picks – past, present and future

First course> Drumming and sweeping percussion from West Africa
Main course> Two exciting performances by ensembles from Eritrea and Sudan
Dessert> A bunch of “Voices from Africa” ​​on the stand


A little about the performers –

Ben Ayalon, Yan Ayalon and Yair Hashahar – SeneGambia VIBEZ

African musicians have always blended the diverse musical traditions of the Sahel and West African savannah with styles from the wider world. Inspired by their pioneering work, Yair Hashachar and Jan and Ben-Ayalon will gather for a unique concert that will focus on a decade of research and study of West African music: rhythms for the harvest celebrations in Guinea, the traditional playing of the traditional musicians in Gambia and the religious songs of the final Islam in Senegal – new music with strong roots in Africa To the Middle East

Band gets

We met the Eritrean wedding band under the direction of vocalist Musi Bademikel for the first time at a taboo event at the Tel Aviv Museum and since then we have secretly admired them. The guys met for the first time in Eritrea and for the past eight years they have been playing at weddings and countless community events in their home yard in south Tel Aviv. Their music brings together the musical tradition of Arithrea and her musical instruments with rhythms, dances and excitement

Darfour Stars

The Sudanese band of Darfuris led by Juma’a has been playing the region’s traditional music for eight years, influenced by Egyptian music with roots planted deep in the black continent. They sing in the local prose language about love, friendship, and life in Sudan. The band members combine music with dancing, drums and love to the local tradition.

At first, in the middle and at the end:

The three musketeers of the blog “Voices from Africa” ​​have been spreading African music over the past five years. Articles, caricatures and parties all over the country. Ophir Bloom Shudron and Adam Rotbard embark on a journey that begins with ancient sounds, a happy African disco, and a program update of the last few years. The trio will also be joined by Samson Okbazgi, Romano’s legendary confectioner and the man with the finest collection of Eritrean music circulating in our compound

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