Angélique Kidjo with the San Francisco Symphony
Visionary songwriter and vocalist, Angélique Kidjo makes her US orchestral debut with the SF Symphony. Named “Africa’s premier diva” by Time Magazine. Kidjo has worked with Carlos Santana, Alicia Keys and many others in the USA, Europe and Africa.
Kidjo is known for a unique sound that mixes Afropop, Latin rhythms, gospel, jazz and traditional African singing. Singing selections from her new album Angélique Kidjo Sings, plus Gershwin, a US premiere by Philip Glass, and more!
If you haven’t already purchased your ticket, please click on the following link: http://www.sfsymphony.org/Buy-Tickets/2014-2015/Angelique-Kidjo-with-the-SFS.aspx
You can use promo code SUMMER to get 50% off (tickets are selling fast)
Join me, the African Advocacy Network (AAN) and Dolores Street Community Services staff, friends and families, and the San Francisco Symphony for this amazing performer and performance.
www.aansf.org. 415 503-1032.
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UCSF’s program links US based physicians with other health practitioners already serving their own communities in Haiti, Liberia, India, Mexico, and Navajo Nation. While providing all our fellows with the training and mentorship needed for effective health care delivery in low resource settings, we aim to create a new generation of global health experts who share a deep commitment to equity, justice, and reciprocity.
In this photo, Dr. Dan Kelly of UCSF performs health training in Sierra Leone for the ebola response in a separate UCSF program.