Feb 2, 2022 - Feb 3, 2022 |Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse
They’ve earned international acclaim for their inventive performances that range from traditional Zimbabwean songs to Afro Jazz and Gospel. Now NOBUNTU, the Zimbabwean female a cappella quintet, brings their pure voices, minimalistic percussion, traditional instruments and authentic dance movements to the stage—don’t miss this incomparable performance.
Made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis
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