Happy bud hour
Tanselle presents "I Am" a soul, jazz and afro concert
Tanselle presents "I Am", the second album by the Mozambican singer, composed of 14 tracks, mixing the styles of soul, jazz and afro. The album was produced in 2014 and was released in 2016 with the production of South African pianist Luyanda Madope. The rhythms present in the disc are a result of the influence that suffered in the countries where she lived before beginning her artistic race. Tanselle lived in South Africa, Swaziland, Angola and the United States.
The album features special performances by the renowned Mozambican musician Hortêncio Langa and the saxophonist Percy Mbonani. "I am" is the title that represents me as a woman, as an artist and as a Mozambican, "says Tanselle.
Tânia Celeste Manhiça, by the name of Tanselle, is the daughter of the ethnomusicologist and author of the National Anthem of Mozambique (Beloved Motherland), Salomão Manhiça.
The young woman embraced her musical career in 2009 and released her first album in 2012, "The African Spell." In 2014 she released the single "Nguena" that won the Best Afro Jazz 2015 at the Mozambique Music Awards. A year later she presented another single, titled "Destino" that contains 3 tracks of the album "I Am".
Date and Time: Friday, August 17 2018 at 18h00
Entrance: 200 MZN
Address: Fundação Fernando Leite Couto, Av. Kim Il Sung no. 961, Maputo