May 1, 2011

THANK YOU to all spectators of these two incredible evenings...

.... for your support to the UNICEF program "Schools for Africa"!

Do You Speak Djembe? for UNICEF

was at
Théâtre du Léman, Geneva
on 3rd & 4th May 2012

Under the High Patronage of
Sir Roger Moore

WRS - World Radio Switzerland
Sewa Beats

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Do You Speak Djembe? for UNICEF


A fully participative show - 1500 djembes were here for YOU... one for each spectator!

To the profit of UNICEF, with the support of IMD Lausanne.

Théâtre du Léman, Geneva
3 & 4 May 2012
Under the High Patronage of Sir Roger MOORE

You have given your support to UNICEF's program "Schools for Africa"


After its great success at Casino de Paris from 17-29 January 2012, concerts at the Auditorium Stravinsky in Montreux in 2010, at the BFM in Geneva in 2009 and its multiple shows across France, Do You Speak Djembe? came back to Geneva for two nights to raise funds for UNICEF.

We are very much honored to have had Sir ROGER MOORE, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, as patron for these two nights! 007 has worked very successfully and tirelessly over 20 years to promote the welfare and rights for the children worldwide.

‘Do You Speak Djembé?’ is an inspiring 3-way cross roads and a fusion of two musical cultures: The classical music, represented by the Lyon Symphonic Orchestra directed by Philippe Fournier and a group of West African percussionists and singers under the lead of Seckou Keita, a well-known master of the Kora and … YOU … the public!

All audience members receive a djembe and is guided by the master of ceremony, Doug Manuel, to play along with the Symphony Orchestra and the African musicians. Let yourself be taken for an amazing trip into the rhythm!

Get a taste here: Video1 Video2 Video3
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