ArtSpoken: The Unveiling
ArtSpoken: The Unveiling by Marvin Moane is a spoken word saturated, which fuses modern indigenous sounds with inspiring afro jazz mix and contemporary sounds influenced by Kwame Experience, Stimela, Philip Tabane and Malombo, giving the audience a fresh experience of South African music and praise poetry (direto).
Within the wide range of narrative poetry, storytelling, and praise (direto), there will be songs like Bothata, a rhythmic tale of a 12-year-old young girl who was kidnaped, raped and then murdered. But the show also reflects on stories of people and how they deal with social ills and/or celebrate their achievements.
The performance will also include inspirational and unique words, exploring the art of storytelling through the modern style of narrative poetry or lyrical poetry and praise singing.
ArtSpoken: The Unveiling runs from December 5 to 6, 2017, at Rendezvous Theatre, Pretoria.
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