Sat 20 April 2019 | 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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TEDER ✖ Voices from Africa
Saturday the 20th 16:00 Beit Romano

✮✮ Three live performances ✮ Three DJs ✮ One day in Romano with voices from Africa and friends! ✮✮

The next day of Seder, a group of voices from Africa will come to dominate the frequency for a day of music from our favorite continent of all – a cross-border encounter between the Ethiopian music of Abate Berihon and the music of Arithrea’s weddings, with a slight jump to the Afro-

Live Shows ~

✮ The Bellinga Band – a journey between the styles of Kinshasa
✮ Tsaspa – The new ensemble of the top saxophonist Abate Brihon in a multi-participant ethio-jazz show
✮ Malai Band – The leading Eritrean wedding band in Israel came to pick up

~ A little about the participants ~

✮ Malai Band ✮

For the past three years we have been trying to bring the best Eritrean band to Israel, and finally it happens. Dasbala Kast is the band’s lead singer, a full-time musician who dances every weekend with three different bands at weddings and events of the Eritrean community in Israel. In his small studio in south Tel Aviv he controls countless productions and prepares the next hit of the local scene. With hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube, the band that plays traditional Tigir music has become the most sought-after name in the events halls in South Tel Aviv. The audience does not like DJs and asks for live music, so the band’s work does not end with a quick break – but a five-hour performance throughout the entire event.

✮ Tsfa band ✮

Abate Berihun does not need to present. The esteemed musician has played with the greatest Ethiopian singer of all time, Mahmoud Ahmed, has appeared in recent years with a group of talented musicians and singers he accompanies. The “Tespa” band arrives at the show with a vehicle that plays rooted Ethiopian music with a rare combination of jazz. The band presents folk melodies and tribute songs to Ethiopian classics while simultaneously combining ancient styles with contemporary styles

✮ Bilanga ✮

A musical journey to the different styles in Kinshasa, the capital of Congo, from new to old. Bilanga, the “youngest” in the most spoken Lingala language in the country, has been active in churches and events of the Congolese community in Israel in the last two years. The band of former Kinshasa people met here in Israel, and last year they also began to perform at events for the general public. From the traditional style of the Rumba that arrived in the Congo in the mid-fifties, through the soukous from the sixties, and a combination of dance music of the past few years.

On the stand all day >> A group of voices from Africa – Adam Rotbard, Shiva in Java, and Ophir Blum

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