Date(s) - Sun. Oct. 30, 2022
Zili Misik needs to cancel their Oct. 30 show at Arts at the Armory. Tickets will be refunded. We hope that you will instead consider coming to the Oct. 27th concert with Wesli–from Haiti via Montreal–in celebration of Haitian Day of the Ancestors / Fèt Gede. Wesli and his band play Haitian Roots music fused with Afrobeat, reggae and funk. Tickets available here.
Zili Misik also needs to cancel their participation in the Oct. 30 “For All Souls” workshop. Choreographer and master teacher Jean Appolon will be leading the workshop in Zili Misik’s place on Oct. 30th from 4:30 – 5:30pm. We hope that you will join us for the free workshop. Please register here
Zili Misik is the all-women, boston-Based musical group who rejoices in the traditions of the African diaspora, weaving their talents together to create an innovative sound that is New World Soul. The Center for Arts at the Armory is thrilled to present Zili Misik as part of the new Spotlight Series.
The opener will be U-Meleni Mhlaba-Adebo!
Learn more about the free “For All Souls” Workshop at 4:30PM.
Photo of Zili Misik by Huong Nguyen.
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