The Anglo-Ethiopian Society

Music - Mulatu Astatke and the Heliocentrics

Wednesday 20th May 2009

Koko, 1a Camden High Street, London NW1
Doors: 7:00pm
Tickets: £20

Mulatu Astatke is an innovative multi-talented musician, composer, arranger and the founder of Ethio Jazz. Born in Jimma, Ethiopia, Mulatu Astatke studied at Lindisfarne College and Trinity College of Music in England and Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA. As a vibraphone, conga and percussion player, he has performed at numerous concerts in Ethiopia and abroad, including appearances at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Lincoln Center in New York, Beethoven-Haus in Bonn and Barbican Center in London. Mulatu also performed as a guest artist with the Duke Ellington orchestra during its visit to Ethiopia in 1971. Most recently, Mulatu has contributed prominently to the soundtrack of the film Broken Flowers.

Also appearing: Elmore Judd and Gilles Peterson

More details on the Koko's website.

Anglo-Ethiopian Society Web Listing May-09

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