NOBUNTU: A Cappella at its best
7:30pm EDT October 28
Rogers Center for the Arts
Nobuntu is an African concept that values humbleness, love, purpose, unity and family from the female perspective. It is also the name of this amazing five-part a cappella vocal ensemble of young women from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Their repetoire fuses traditional Zimbabwean music, Afro Jazz, Gospel, and Crossover. With pure voices, a few traditional instruments, and dance, Nobuntu’s breathtaking performances touch the humanity in us all.
See them here in their ONLY Boston Area performance before they appear at Lincoln Center in NYC.
$25 Seniors and Military
$10 students, Merrimack Alumni and Employees
About the Artists:
Zanele Manhenga aka Uzah is a singer songwriter poet who has been singing from the age of 10. She has worked with numerous artists locally an internationally for the past 10 years and she is part of a very vibrant all female acapella group Nobuntu. To date Uzahh has released a single entitled “Nginje”. Uzah believes music is a tool that can bring about social change her music compositions depict that whenever she writes.
Thankdeka Moyo, Singer, song writer who is also a Fashion Designer and Make-up Artist. Discovered her talents in St Columbus High School. She was part of the School choir which 8 years later designed School choir uniform for to partake in the District level competitions. Thandeka believes music brings people together.
Duduzele Sibanda Musician, Songwriter, Writer and Session musician. Started singing at an early age at church gatherings and school. “Music is my first love and passion and through it I live”
Heather Dube: Musician, Songwriter, Dancer and Percussion.
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