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KINOBE / THABISA (Folk from Afrika) Sunday February 10, at mActivity
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KINOBE / THABISA (Folk from Afrika) Sunday February 10, at mActivity
Fernando Pinto Presents: KINOBE & SOUL BEAT AFRICA / THABISA
at East Rock Concert Series - Sunday February 10, at mActivity
Tickets $20 Adv. $25 at the Door
Doors 6:30pm - Showtime 7pm                                                                                                                                                                           All- Ages

KINOBE
http://www.kinobemusic.com

KINOBE OF UGANDA - MUSICIAN, SONGWRITER, PHILANTHROPIST AND EDUCATOR.

KINOBE (pronounced chi-no-bay) is a Ugandan singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose work has been described as some of the most exquisite music coming out of Africa today.

Born( near Lake Victoria in Uganda, Kinobe (Chinobay) is a gifted Ugandan multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and philanthropist known for his inspired synthesis of African roots and global fusion. He is dedicated to bringing love and joy to people through his music and contributing to building healthier lives and communities for children and families everywhere.
Kinobes first international performance was in Netherlands at the age of ten with his school ensemble and by 21, he had visited several countries in Africa studying and playing with celebrated musicians including. Over the years as a touring musician he has shared the stage with re-known African musicians including Toumani Diabate, Youssou Ndour, Salif Keita, Angelique Kidjo, Oliver Mtukudzi and Baaba Maal and exposure to the bright palette of musical cultures makes Kinobe a unique contributor to world music. He has given concerts and workshops all over the world, bringing a powerful World-roots-dance sound to festival main stages and theatres, and intimately captivating solo and acoustic shows that showcase the diversity of the traditional African instruments. Kinobe is proud to be a World Ambassador for the Harmony Foundation (CANADA) supporting their important work on environmental protection and social development and improving the lives of children and their families around the world. In 2013, sponsored by Harmony Foundation he recorded a CD Searching for Survival, an uplifting expression of hope that people around the world can work together to make the world a healthier, more peaceful and just place to live for everyone.
He has also campaigned with UNICEF to support education for girls and works extensively with schools and communities around the world on various outreach and education programs. In 2014 Kinobe brought his music again to the United States festivals and theatre main stages and performed in renowned venues such as The Kennedy Center and BAM Center, (Brooklyn Academy of music). In 2015 Kinobe releases another CD, collaborating with long time friend Jaja Bashengezi from the democratic republic on Congo. This CD brings a fresh acoustic and rich sound from the great lakes region of East and Central Africa.

+ Thabisa
https://www.thabisamusic.com


Thabisa, a star on the rise born and bred in South Africa and now New Haven based, joins Kinobe & Soul Beat Africa.

Thabisa was raised by her grandparents in the dusty street of Kwazakhele Port Elizabeth. Thabisas love for music began at a young age admiring the likes of Brenda Fassie and singing at church. When her career started to hold shape it was at the knees of the world wide know competition IdolsSA where she made it to the Top 18 nationally. Thabisa has since recorded two albums Eyodidi in 2015 and The Journey 2013. In 2016 Thabisa moved to New Haven with her family and has since performed in various festivals and created opportunities for herself and other musicians locally. This rising star will take off the layers and come bare as she offers stories that resonates close to her heart through her sultry voice and emotional vocals. I will choose songs that move me from my childhood memoirs and move to my original songs and honor my inspiration Mama Miriam Makeba in song.  says Thabisa. She will do a set singing in both Xhosa and English with no background music or band, just her vocals and energy.












Fernando Pinto Presents: KINOBE   at East Rock Concert Series
Sunday February 10, at mActivity, New Haven
Tickets $20 Adv. $25 at the Door
Doors 6:30pm - Showtime 7pm                                                                                                                                                                           All- Ages

KINOBE
http://www.kinobemusic.com

KINOBE OF UGANDA - MUSICIAN, SONGWRITER, PHILANTHROPIST AND EDUCATOR.

KINOBE (pronounced chi-no-bay) is a Ugandan singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose work has been described as some of the most exquisite music coming out of Africa today.

Born( near Lake Victoria in Uganda, Kinobe (Chinobay) is a gifted Ugandan multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and philanthropist known for his inspired synthesis of African roots and global fusion. He is dedicated to bringing love and joy to people through his music and contributing to building healthier lives and communities for children and families everywhere.
Kinobes first international performance was in Netherlands at the age of ten with his school ensemble and by 21, he had visited several countries in Africa studying and playing with celebrated musicians including. Over the years as a touring musician he has shared the stage with re-known African musicians including Toumani Diabate, Youssou Ndour, Salif Keita, Angelique Kidjo, Oliver Mtukudzi and Baaba Maal and exposure to the bright palette of musical cultures makes Kinobe a unique contributor to world music. He has given concerts and workshops all over the world, bringing a powerful World-roots-dance sound to festival main stages and theatres, and intimately captivating solo and acoustic shows that showcase the diversity of the traditional African instruments. Kinobe is proud to be a World Ambassador for the Harmony Foundation (CANADA) supporting their important work on environmental protection and social development and improving the lives of children and their families around the world. In 2013, sponsored by Harmony Foundation he recorded a CD Searching for Survival, an uplifting expression of hope that people around the world can work together to make the world a healthier, more peaceful and just place to live for everyone.
He has also campaigned with UNICEF to support education for girls and works extensively with schools and communities around the world on various outreach and education programs. In 2014 Kinobe brought his music again to the United States festivals and theatre main stages and performed in renowned venues such as The Kennedy Center and BAM Center, (Brooklyn Academy of music). In 2015 Kinobe releases another CD, collaborating with long time friend Jaja Bashengezi from the democratic republic on Congo. This CD brings a fresh acoustic and rich sound from the great lakes region of East and Central Africa.N

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285 Nicoll Street
New Haven, CT 06511
United States


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