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© Mark Bellido
Wednesday 26/11, 12:30, Molière

AfricAlive : Kinch & Rafiki (DR Congo)

Broodje Brussel

Congolese songwriter Kinch is the living embodiment of the cultural and artistic wealth of his homeland. Although based (...)

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Friday 28/11, 20:00, Molière

AfricAlive: Nobuntu (Zimbabwe)

African female power

AfricAlive’s first evening is dedicated to the powerful voices of powerful women. Five-part a cappella group Nobuntu (...)

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© Manuel Lagos
Saturday 29/11, 20:00, Molière

Kasse Mady Diabaté (Mali) | Aboubakar Traoré (Burkina Faso)

AfricAlive

Salif Keita introduced Kasse Mady Diabaté as “the greatest singer of Mali.” Vincent Segal and Ballaké Sissoko, who have (...)

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© Hugo Morris
Friday 05/12, 20:00, Molière

Chris Wood (UK)

Multiple folk award winner

Criticised by an art school lecturer as having “a remarkable eye for trivia” Chris Wood’s love of small things has made him (...)

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© Isabel Pinto
Saturday 06/12, 20:00, Molière

Noite de Fado: Carminho (Portugal)

Alma-tour

Carminho is a musician who has to be seen live as she makes a stratospheric international ascendance in the footsteps of (...)

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Friday 12/12, 20:00, Molière

Tango Crash + Milonga

Let’s Art Argentina

As part of International Migrants Day, the non-profit organisation Siréas is organising the "Let’s Art ..." festival which (...)

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Saturday 13/12, 20:00, Molière

AfricAlive: Ny Malagasy Orkestra

The musical riches of Madagascar

More than just a mere group of musicians, Ny Malagasy Orkestra is above all a whole human adventure! The aim of the (...)

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© Valentin Campanie
Friday 19/12, 20:00, Maison du Peuple St-Gilles

Queimada : La Fille du Fermier, Claeys-Theuns-Dorzée, A Contrabanda

Bal folk

Every two months we hold a ‘Queimada’, a dance party to delight fans of folk music and folk dancing alike. Named after the (...)

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© David Angel
Wednesday 06/05, 20:00, Molière

Lau (GB)

Cd-release concert

Internationally acclaimed modern folk trio Lau present their highly anticipated new album. Lau are three highly (...)

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AfricAlive: Nobuntu (Zimbabwe)

African female power

AfricAlive’s first evening is dedicated to the powerful voices of powerful women. Five-part a cappella group Nobuntu represent a new generation of talented African female singers keen to celebrate (...)

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Kasse Mady Diabaté (Mali) | Aboubakar Traoré (Burkina Faso)

AfricAlive

Salif Keita introduced Kasse Mady Diabaté as “the greatest singer of Mali.” Vincent Segal and Ballaké Sissoko, who have always shown an immense admiration for the Mandinka griot, decided to help (...)

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Chris Wood (UK)

Multiple folk award winner

Criticised by an art school lecturer as having “a remarkable eye for trivia” Chris Wood’s love of small things has made him one of England’s most vivid and arresting song writers. With gentle (...)

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AfricAlive : Kinch & Rafiki (DR Congo)

Broodje Brussel

Congolese songwriter Kinch is the living embodiment of the cultural and artistic wealth of his homeland. Although based in Brussels for the last decade, his exotic but eminently danceable music (...)

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Noite de Fado: Carminho (Portugal)

Alma-tour

Carminho is a musician who has to be seen live as she makes a stratospheric international ascendance in the footsteps of Mariza and Ana Moura. She is Portugal’s brightest new star, considered to (...)

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AfricAlive: Ny Malagasy Orkestra

The musical riches of Madagascar

More than just a mere group of musicians, Ny Malagasy Orkestra is above all a whole human adventure! The aim of the project is to bring together musicians of the greatest individuality living in (...)

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