July 21 | 3 pm
From salsa and cumbia to funk and original compositions, Baobá takes traditional Latin rhythms to the next level. Featuring three of the city’s top percussionists, Anita Graciano, Y Josephine, and Mari Palhares, the trio draws inspiration from their respective roots — Columbia, Venezuela, and Brazil — to bring you beats and vocals that'll have you on your feet.
© The Aga Khan Museum, 2019. Images from top to bottom: hero image by Tihmily Li; iskwe image courtesy of the artist; Absolutely Free image by Colin Medley; Gurpreet Chana image courtesy of the artist; Mehboob Tejani image courtesy of the artist; Daniel Barnes and Woldemichael Ethiopian Jazz Quartet image by Girma Teffesse and Peter Longworthy; Grace Scheele image courtesy of the artist; DATU image by Ramy Arida; Adria Kain image courtesy of the artist; Sayr Ensemble image courtesy of the artist; Baobá image by Michael Zender.