The Creole Choir of Cuba will perform Saturday, January 29th at 7:30pm at City Halls, Grand Hall in Glasgow.
If you think you know Cuban music, expect a revelation upon hearing the Creole Choir of Cuba, whose impassioned, inspirational polyphony voices a lesser-known but no less musically fruitful aspect of the island’s multicultural heritage.
A hybrid of African and native Caribbean tongues with French, English and Spanish, Creole is Cuba’s second language, the legacy of slaves twice displaced via Haiti, latterly followed by exiles from Papa Doc Duvalier.
Songs of struggle, resistance, defiance and solidarity are thus the choir’s time-honored métier, ringing triumphantly down the eras to inspire you tonight.
Saturday, January 29th at 7:30pm
City Halls, Grand Hall
Celtic Connections tickets are available at:
By phone 0141 353 8000
In person Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
2 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3NY
City Halls and Old Fruitmarket
Glasgow, G1 1NQ
Author: World Music Central News Department
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