FRI 12/27 7pm
@Black River Tavern (downstairs)
Ugandan multi-instrumentalist and last year’s FH Artist in Residence brings his high energy music back to South Haven!
$10 adv (online)/$15 at the door
Get ready to dance! Foundry Hall’s Artist in Residence (winter 2018) will be back to perform for us downstairs at the Black River Tavern! 18 & under are free! Full bar and menu available.
A native of Uganda, East Africa, Samuel Nalangirla is a folk/world musician, dancer and choreographer who has been performing since his childhood and teaching since the age of 15. He has toured across Europe, United States, Canada and Asia performing and leading workshops in schools, universities, festivals and community centers. He is a multi instrumentalist and a master at many traditional instruments including the Adungu from northern Uganda, Akogo from Eastern Uganda, Endingidi, percussion and Ngoni. He has also developed a unique approach and personal techniques on most of these instruments and, in combination with soaring voice; his music carries a true identity of the sub Saharan skies. New album, Amayengo (The Waves Of The Lake), available now.
Samuel stayed in the South Haven area from Nov 2017 to March 2018 working in the schools, leading workshops, participating in teen open mic, giving performances and recording a full album of music written during his stay at Dylan Willett’s local studio! (https://dylanwillett.com/)