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Ester Rada: The Birth of Ethio-Soul
May 07 2015 | 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Ester Rada: The Birth of Ethio-Soul

Ester Rada: The Birth of Ethio-Soul

Israeli-Ethiopian singer Ester Rada is a beautiful amalgamation of Ethiopian, American and Israeli influences that create an infectious blend of Ethio-jazz, funk and soul.  She has opened for Alicia Keys and headlined in concert halls around the world.  Rada’s self-titled debut album has been influenced by legends Ella Fitzgerald, Jill Scott and Nina Simone and is described as a “cross-cultural sound that is a deep reflection of the Israeli-born Ethiopian’s heritage.” Tickets must be purchased in advance, you may scroll down to order online or call 678-222-3700 to order over the phone.

Talent will include Ester Rada and her 3-piece band.

Ticket Prices:  $39 for Breman Members & $50 for Non-members 

Includes general admission and a cash bar

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