Thursday, November 16, 2017,
Cotter Union / Page Commons Room

Hadith Bani-Adam, a Somali refugee living in Lewiston, Maine, is one of a few younger Somalis playing the oud in the traditional style and singing older poetic songs of his native land. He is also a prolific composer, whose songs deal with the heartache of war and the resulting fallout. Greg Boardman, viola, and Ness Smith-Savedoff, hand percussion, will bring their eclectic backgrounds of traditional and progressive music to the mix.
Contact: Deb Ward, djward@colby.edu, 207-859-5670


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