World Arts

World Arts - Education and beans in St. Gallen!

On Sunday, September 22, 2024, 10:00 to 12:00 hrs, Bruggen (SG)
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Poetry from different cultures tell of longing, courage and personal paths. Music by Afi Sika Kuzeawu, a Swiss Togolese double bass player, singer, composer and dancer.

In the Bruggen church, Zürcherstrasse 223, 9014 St. Gallen


Afi Sika Kuzeawu is an economist, psychologist and musician. Photo: Patricia Hürlimann

Afi Sika Kuzeawu grew up in a musical environment in Togo, characterised by traditional West African music and dance (Ewe), the Congolese Kwasakwasa rhythm and the Caribbean-Creole style of music, which also includes classical music and Afro-American music. She began playing the double bass in 2009 and is currently studying jazz at the Bern University of the Arts.

Her own compositions show a mixture of her West African roots and are influenced by her strong creativity in rhythms and her sensitivity for fine-voiced jazz harmonies.

You can book World Arts for your concert series, a "Music and Words" event, a thank-you dinner for volunteers or to accompany a charity event.

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World Arts - Music and Poetry in Bellach SO

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A musical and poetic journey around the world: Rebecca Hagmann and Priska Stampfli play melodies from all over the world on the cello and accordion. Accompanied by poems and thoughts on growing and becoming, sowing and harvesting from different cultures.

Friday, 20.09.2024 | 7:30 pm | Bellach SO

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