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Mapumba draws from the sounds of his birth country, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and takes his listeners on a sonic journey around the world. His music is inspired by the folk melodies and textured rhythms of his native Baluba culture, while also drawing from Afropop and a range of international genres. His songs include lyrics sung in English, French, Chilbuba, and Swahili, and are filled with messages of personal evolution and having a positive impact on the world we live in.
Mapumba’s musical versatility, combined with his energetic presence, makes his performances powerful and memorable.
He has produced 27 albums and toured internationally. His eighth studio album titled “Rafiki’ is in production and is planned to be released in South African summer this year. Watch his artist showreel here, follow him on social media @mapumbamusic, and stream/download from www.pakonamusic.bandcamp.com
Setlist from this performance:
1. C’est la vie
2. Ça va marcher
4. Rudiya ( Redo of Fragile by Sting )
5. Tambala moja ( Cover – Mwendo wa Bayeke )
6. I’m Ready ( Cover – Tracey Chapman )
7. Lovely Day ( Cover – Bill Withers )
9. La Vie
10. This moment
11. Shine Your Love
Francisco Natera and Patricia Piñón
The work of Francisco Natera and Patricia Piñón is not just a musical performance; it’s a healing ritual. The instruments, a merging of their Indigenous, African and Hispanic roots, come together in harmony to weave sounds that beat with the heart of Tonantzin, our Mother Earth. The lyrics honor the ancestral origins of the “canto florido”, the “flowering chant”, sourcing their inspiration in the Nahua conception of flowers as materializations of the thoughts of God. “Flowering chants” are then the opening of a sacred space, through the conjunction of vibration and meaning, for Spirit to manifest its presence.
This musical performance is in Spanish with English subtitles.
1. Nube Quetzal Serpiente
3. Son para los negros
5. Por entre las flores
David Berkeley songs heal the heart, reminding us that we are not alone. His latest album is his most intimate and profound to date, Oh Quiet World, written during the lockdown after his family escaped Spain due to Corona. The album finds the light within the darkness of the pandemic.
David has been praised for his “lustrous, melancholy voice with shades of Tim Buckley and Nick Drake” by the New York Times. He has been a guest on This American Life and has won many songwriting awards and honors including ASCAPs Johnny Mercer Songwriting Award. Berkeley has released seven albums and authored two books.
In 2018, he released a set of political love songs, if such a genre can exist, called The Faded Red and Blue, which has only increased in relevance as the nation becomes more divided. And Berkeley’s 2017 release was a never-before tried concept: a novella comprising ten intertwining stories and an album of ten accompanying songs (one for each story’s main character). He has opened for or toured with Dido, Don McLean, Ben Folds, Billy Bragg, Ray Lamontagne, Nickel Creek and many more. He was a Kerrville New Folk winner, and a New Song and Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Finalist. He’s performed on Mountain Stage, The World Café, the Sundance Film Festival, South by Southwest, XM Loft Sessions, and Acoustic Café, to name a few. Berkeley is also one half of the wildly creative Trans-Atlantic costumed duo Son of Town Hall, which tours extensively in Europe and the UK. David lives in Santa Fe, NM with his wife and two young boys.
Wait for the Rain
Gonna Win the War
Beside the Shuttered Door
The Faded Red and Blue
This Be Dear to Me
To the Sea
Listen and learn more at davidberkeley.com
Electric cellist and vocalist Jami Sieber transforms her solo instrument into an orchestra of sound that opens the heart, defies the mind, and sets the body dancing.
Jami reaches inside the soul with compositions that are contemporary, timeless, lush, and powerfully evocative. Her life-long commitment to the environment, social justice, and the healing arts are at the heart of her music, reflecting a deep dedication to the arts as a medium of exploration and awareness of the interconnectedness of all beings.
Listen and learn more at jamisieber.com
Setlist – including new/untitled pieces:
1. Hidden Sky (Hidden Sky CD)
2. Enough w/ New Improv
3. River of Rain (Timeless CD)
4. New Untitled (Unrecorded)
5. Samadhi (Unrecorded)
6. Quote by Thomas Merton
7. Love Song for Humanity (Timeless CD)
8. Untitled (Unrecorded)
Enough by David Whyte from Where Many Rivers Meet