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Kora performances by teacher Will Dudley

Hey ya’ll,

I’ll be performing this Sunday, 1/25, with the wonderful cellist Zachary Banks at The Waypost.  We’ll be sharing the ticket with the knowledgeable and gifted Kora player Sean Gaskell, who will be joined by percussionist Bret Benraven.  It’s going to be a good old fashion Kora throw-down!   Tickets are $2-5.  The food and drinks are slammin’
Also, you’re invited to witness life through an African lens at the 25th annual Cascade Festival of African Films, February 6th through March 8th.  There will be dozens of truly rare and spectacular cinema to be seen. I’ll be playing for the Kickoff Gala dinner on February 5th.  Learn more at   https://www.africanfilmfestival.org/
Finally, come check me out at Petite Provence – 1824 NE Alberta Street – on the second Saturday and fourth Friday of each month!  Seriously though, this might be my favorite food in Portland.
Hope to see you soon,
Will
WillDudleyKora.com

3 Responses to Kora performances by teacher Will Dudley

  1. Mike says:

    What time?!

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