Join Ezekiel’s Wheels Klezmer Band for a very special edition of our monthly residency at the Burren. Our November concert features Mozambican superstar Albino Mbie.
When this residency was just a wild gleam in our eyes, we started putting together our dream team of artists we wanted to bring to the Burren. Albino Mbie jumped right to the top after we fell in love with the sound of his voice, his guitar and the music he has been presenting both at home in Mozambique and here in Boston, where he studied at Berklee College of Music.
The Sunday before Thanksgiving, spend your evening with the Wheels and Albino Mbie for a night of music and dance across cultures but deeply rooted here in Boston. We’ll see you there!
About Albino Mbie
Albino Mbie is a multi award-winning musician living in America from Mozambique. His music is a unique blend of Afro-jazz, Afro-pop, blues and R&B with Mozambican voice, native languages, dance, music and culture topped with global musical influences.
- First place, International Songwriting Competition 2013, World Music (USA)
- Revelation prize of the year 2013/14, Ngoma Mozambique
- Best Upcoming African Artist nomination 2014, Radio France International (RFI)
- Finalist for the single “Where You Come From,” John Lennon Songwriting Competition 2016
247 Elm St
Somerville, MA 02144
$24.00 At the door
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