13 November 2012

Angola: Local Singers Perform in Houston

Houston — The singers Yuri da Cunha, Titica, traditional dance group and 'showista do Semba' duet performed over the last weekend in Houston, Texas, in a music and cultural show, under the celebration of the 37th anniversary of the national independence, marked on 11 November.

More than 900 Angolan citizens residing in Houston massively appeared in the venue of the festivities of the national independence to watch the show of these artists of Angola.

The Angolan community in the USA was also delighted by "Showista do Semba" duet comprised by "Dama Eléctrica and Sucupai".

Invited by the General Consulate of Angola in Houston, the artists showed to the Angolan and US public the music, traditional and folkloric dance of Angola.

During their stay in Houston, the artists and dancers of Angolan performed in two shows dedicated to the Angolan community and consulate body of other countries accredited in Houston, US entrepreneurs that were delighted by the the music, traditional and folkloric dance of Angola.

Angolan young singers in Houston, namely Helder Lopes, Tiago Barros, Katumbella and Murder Team also presented tracks of their repertoires.

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