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 november 9      ferrrell hall

 

7:30 PM


L to R: Thandeka Moho, Duduzile Sibanda, Joyline Sibanda, Zanele Manhenga, Heather Dube.

From Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, the trailblazing all-female ensemble, NOBUNTU is on the move. Following shows in Italy, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Czech Republic & all over Africa, they're ready for the U. S. A.
NOBUNTU's singers are of a generation of young African women celebrating and preserving their culture through art, while transcending histories of race, tribe, religion, gender, and economy. NOBUNTU is out of the past, into the future, with energy you'll want to be part of.
Pure, powerful voices, percussion, dance, traditional instruments, traces of gospel & jazz come together at West Virginia State University's Ferrell Hall Auditorium.


Thursday, Nov. 9  7:30 PM     NOBUNTU IN CONCERT    Ferrell Hall
 WVSU STUDENTS FREE
WVSU EMPLOYEES - $5.00
ALL WVSU TICKETS BECOME AVAILABLE OCTOBER 30 AT CAMPUS LOCATIONS
 ADVANCE TICKETS -  $15 (until November 7)
 OTHER STUDENTS & SENIORS - $12
 TICKETS AT THE DOOR  -  $20
BUY TICKETS HERE
ALL TICKETS ARE GENERAL ADMISSION
GET DRIVING/PARKING MAP HERE

Contact: culturalactivities@wvstateu.edu or Richard Wolfe (304) 766-3188
 SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE 
 - Thursday, Nov. 9.  10:30 AM    Interactive Educational Performance for middle school students.
 
THIS ENGAGEMENT OF NOBUNTU IS FUNDED THROUGH THE MID ATLANTIC TOURS PROGRAM OF MID ATLANTIC ARTS FOUNDATION WITH SUPPORT FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS.



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