BLack Voices Quintet present:

The Soul of Nina Simone

Sunday Nov 24

Storey's Field Centre

Workshop Time: 11:00am - 2:00pm

Concert Time: 5:00-7:30pm

Pop-up FOOD will be available to purchase from Sam's Thai Food at Storey's Field Centre from 6:00-9:30pm.

Tickets (concert only): 

£15 /£12 students/ £6 under 18s + booking fee

Tickets (workshop + concert): 

£20 /£15 students/ £8 under 18s + booking fee

Tickets (workshop only):

 £8 /£6 students/ £4 under 18s + booking fee

Unreserved seating available.

Age recommendation:
Under-14s should be accompanied by an adult.

Come and celebrate the Closing Night of the Festival with The Black Voices Quintet who will curate and perform the greatest and most powerful numbers from the repertoire of one of the 20th century’s most seminal artists; Nina Simone.
 

“Nina Simone is an artist whose uncompromising stance for social inclusion could not be more relevant in today’s climate.  Black Voices had the honour of supporting her in concert many times- This show will allow us to explore and celebrate her great legacy in a totally new way” – Black Voices Quintet
 

Founded by a group of musicians and scholars in 1987 with the mission statement to preserve black oral music traditions, Black Voices Quintet have performed to Nelson Mandela at Royal Albert Hall and played alongside Nina Simone herself, as well as Miriam Makeba, Ray Charles and Hugh Masekela.

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