Wednesday, March 22, 21:30.
Hall of Casal Cultural and Recreational Ullastrell
The Sisters are Edna Sey Sey Sey Yolanda and Kathy Sey, a spectacular trio of black voices that makes it one of the most iconic vocal moment.
This trio of female voices invites us to a musical journey with songs steeped sense of deep emotion that often arise in the fight against injustice, human rights and hope in the future.
With a fusion of gospel and soul of the spirit of Africa, these sisters extend their incredible voices around the world, combining his pace, his energy contagious music, his unquestionable talent and his true passion.
With clothing that reminds us of the great divas of black music, sharing the stage with pianist and saxophonist Albert Bartholomew, who helps to complete a magnificent circle of good energy and fresh air that defines their shows.
After all these years, and now they are in a moment of glory, decided to light his first album, `Let freedom ring.”
Let freedom resound, let freedom call the door, let freedom do
his singing sounded unanimous hope.
‘Let Freedom Ring’ is part of the speech of Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream’ of 1963, and so do a small tribute to remember the struggle of slaves and, at the same time, the struggle of the people black for their civil rights.
The Sey Sisters raise a hymn to freedom for anyone who is oppressed by anyone who feels discriminated against for anyone who is fighting for freedom, and also so that we can live in a world a little better. A world where solidarity is the only color that matters, the only song that rises above the others.
Info: Terrace Jazz