Starting off the 2019-2020 "Music on the Square" series is Baltimore's own Amadou Kouyate! Amadou a virtuoso on the 21 string-kora & dejembe will enchant you with sounds and songs from West Africa to Baltimore and in between. More info below
----Have you ever said to yourself----
"How can I see more roots music here in Baltimore?"
"Where can I got to hear music in a beautiful resonant space?"
"How can I connect with the Baltimore roots music scene?"
Look no further, because the Music on the Square series has all of that happening in a wonderfully acoustic space in the heart of Canton. Come enjoy some of the finest roots music every second Friday of the month and connect with your music community here in Baltimore.
This Friday: November 8th, 2019
7:30PM Come for snacks
Church on the Square, Baltimore, MD 1025 S Potomac St
$10-$20 Suggested donation
All are welcome
Snacks will be present, but feel free to some to share too
BYOB for some to share or pick up a free beer here!
Born in the Washington, DC, Amadou Kouyate is the 150th generation of the Kouyate lineage and has studied and performed Manding music since the age of three years old. Amadou is a dynamic djembe and koutiro drummer. He also plays the 21-string kora, which he learned first with his father, Djimo Kouyate and other master Diali –oral historians/musicians– of Manding tradition in West Africa. Amadou has dedicated his life to the task of become an ambassador of African culture to the world. The catalyst for such a responsibility is the passion he has for reconnecting those of the African Diasporas to one another. His repertoire ranges from traditional songs from the 13th century to contemporary original compositions incorporating blues and jazz riffs.