About Live at B:Eats: Didier Kisala
Following on from the Refugee Week events at B:Eats, Celebrating Sanctuary have more amazing music to bring you during the Summer Holidays at B:Eats Cafe. Join us for a lunchtime of soulful Congolese music with Didier Kisala.
Didier Kisala is a singer, songwriter and founder member of Birmingham based Congolese band The Redeemed. Didier united young musicians who were passionate about music to create something different which reflected their heritage and a broad range of influences including Rumba, Sebene, Zouk, Jazz, Gospel and more. Alongside The Redeemed, Didier also performs with smaller ensembles, creating a beautiful and soulful performance. A regular contributor to Celebrating Sanctuary events, and collaborations include "The Froe", "Culture Dub Orchestra", Ideas of Noise, and ground-breaking concept album “The Long Road”, involving some of the UK’s top musicians and internationally acclaimed artists such as Robert Plant. Recently Didier has been working with fellow Congolese musician Niwel Tsumbu on a number of projects and events.
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