[oddmusic] o Outerglobe: Juwon Ogungbe Life Force Music launch at The Africa Centre,Covent Garden on Friday 9th March


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>Outerglobe artist Juwon Ogungbe
launches.... Life Force Music.... at The Africa Centre on Friday 9th
>Birth of a Sound......a Sensibility - a
mini "Meltdown" in 3 parts.
> Friday  9th March 2012  The Africa Centre 38 King
Street Covent
Garden London WC2E
> 7.30-11pm  Doors
7pm     £10 /£8 advance    Advance
tickets are available here  
>More info www.africacentre.co.uk   www.juwonogungbe.co.uk   www.outerglobe.co.uk      Link on

>Birth of Sound ... A Sensibility :  A "Meltdown" styled evening.
Composer/Singer Juwon Ogungbe launches his debut Album "Life Force Music" with
an exciting evening of live music, ceremony and discussion.
>Juwon's band  - comprising some of the UK's
finest young African and Caribbean musicians - with guests Rowland Sutherland
(flute extraordinaire x-Jazz Warriors) & South African soprano Joyce Moholoagae, will play album
highlights; a distinguished Panel will explore Juwon's musical vocabulary and
influences– partly stemming from long association with the Centre
encountering musicians from throughout Africa, and formal Blessings will  be offered. 

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Ogungbe on Vox Africa Shoot the Messenger     Catch an album
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>Panellists are Nana Ocran - freelance writer for Time Out
who edited the Lagos edition previously; Best selling biographer of Michael
Jackson& leading foreign correspondent Hans
Peter Kuenzler & Jazz creator, poet and broadcaster Jumoke Fashola;
>Goddess empowerer Anna
Zuman and Gwen White Arts and Culture Officer of the Royal
Commonwealth Society lead the libations.
>Richly textured African jazz classical dance
music with Juwon's mellifluous baritone in an intensely musical
>crisply produced album. "Much
anticipated ... well outside the box"

>This promises to be a landmark
cultural occasion - expect informed and entertaining discussion, genre
stretching beautiful music,
>blessings and an
understanding of the vital role the Africa Centre still plays in London's rich
arts fabric.
>'Life Force Music'goes on sale for
the first time at the event!

>(Artwork Justin David;
Album production Noel Inyang)   Advance tickets www.lifeforcemusic.eventbrite.co.uk

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