WEDNESDAY MARCH 28


WEDNESDAY MARCH 28
Congolese percussion and dance artist Teber Milandou-Sita at Mofindu African Drum & Dance
A little about Teber; Born in Brazzaville, Congo, Teber Milandou-Sita began playing in many small ballets, ending with The National Ballet for 4 years.
The Leader of TAMBOURS SANS FRONTIERES since 2006 and Co-Founder in 2000 with Mbayero and Kaela, Teber teaches traditional Congolese percussion and dance in Chicago and widely throughout the U.S.
Rumble Arts Center 6pm-7.30pm $12
3413 W. North Ave. Chicago

Angel d’Cuba


Multi-instrumentalist, composer and vocalist Angel d’Cuba is the former singer of Cuban super-group Mezcla and recorded for three Grammy-nominated projects. Since making his home in Chicago 15 years, he has become a fixture in the local Latin music scene. Come celebrate the long awaited release of his first solo album Heritage featuring 10 original songs performed by his full band. Sign up for the Cuban Popular Dance Workshop with Victor Alexander on Thursday, March 29.
Old Town School Of Folk Music 8.30pm Free ticketed event. $5 suggested donation
4544 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago

Anoushka Shankar and Guests: Traveler
Shankar breaks new ground as she melds the rhythmically intense music of Spain with the vibrant, ancient forms of Indian classical tradition. Immersing herself in flamenco, fandango, and tango, Shankar crafted hybrid works that employ the traditional Indian instrumentation of sitar, tabla, and bansuri flute together with flamenco guitar, voice, and percussion .
Pick-Staiger Concert Hall at Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University  50 Arts Circle Drive  Evanston, IL 60208  Phone: 847.491.5441

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