Musicians Unite To End FGM Presents: Dobet Gnahore At The Trinity Centre, Bristol 28th Sept 2016


FORWARD presents ‘Musicians Unite to End female genital mutilation (FGM)’ an evening with Grammy award winner and Radio 3 World Music Award nominee Dobet Gnahore.

Dobet is a singer, dancer and percussionist from the Ivory Coast and sings in seven African languages. In 2003 she released her first album entitled “Ano Neko“, then "Na Afriki" (2007), "Djekpa La You" (2010) and Na Drê (2014). She has toured internationally sharing stages with the likes of Angelique Kidjo, Habib Koité and many more. Her incredible band bring ranges from Congolese rumba to Ziglibito from Ivory Coast carried along with jazz-like sounds. Dobet’s powerful voice, intensely captivating stage presence and high energy dance routines all promise the audience an inspired, energetic and beautiful performance.

This event is brought to you by FORWARD, the leading African women led organisation working for over 30 years on FGM, child marriage and maternal health for African girls and women. This event is part of our ‘Musicians Unite To End Female Genital Mutilation’ project.

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