CSB Bitesize Series
With Niwel Tsumbu and Éamonn Cagney
Saturday 15th May 7pm
Streaming on Facebook
The final Celebrating Sanctuary Birmingham streaming concert takes this on May 15th, featuring the acclaimed Congolese-Irish partnership of Niwel Tsumbu and Éamonn Cagney. Niwel and Éamonn have been working together for 15 years, putting on shows of virtuoso ability and deep, deep grooves. Niwel and Éamonn will provide a fitting finale to a spectacular series of shows.
Niwel Tsumbu is a critically acclaimed guitarist, composer and singer. His innovative style has led to collaborations with celebrated musicians such as: Sinéad O'Connor, Baaba Maal, Richard Bona and Nigel Kennedy. His soulful vocals are often sung in his native Lingala and his exuberant performances emphasize the positive energy and dynamics of his songs.
Éamonn Cagney is an percussionist, composer and performer. He is renowned as one of Ireland’s premier percussionists, leading the bands Treelan and RITHIM. Éamonn’s deep knowledge of World Music, Jazz, Irish Traditional, and other styles, has meant he has been in demand worldwide for over 20 years.
It will be great to seem Niwel and Éamonn together on Saturday evening in the final Celebrating Sanctuary Birmingham Bitesize Concert...
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