Ballake Sissoko

8:00pm

Thu June 26, 2014
Savannah Music Festival

Savannah Music Festival: Ballake Sissoko & Vincent Segal

Airs Thursday, June 26 at 8 p.m. A Savannah Music Festival production entitled "African Interplay" features music from Bob Sadin performed by the Lionel Loueke Ensemble, and began with an enchanting set by kora player Ballake Sissoko and cellist Vincent Segal.      When people hear the term "chamber music", more often than not they think of a form of Classical music from the European tradition written for a small number of instruments.

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8:00pm

Tue June 4, 2013
Newport & Savannah

Newport Jazz & Savannah Music Fest Special

Airs Tuesday, June 4 at 8 p.m.  Join Bill Beckett & Wally Derleth tonight at 8 pm for a "Best Of' special feature selected sets from the Newport Jazz Festival and the Savannah Music Festival with featured artists Joe Lovano, Esperanza Spalding, Amina Figarova, Bob Seeley, Ballake Sissoko & Vincent Segal, Bela Fleck, Paco de Lucia and Regina Carter's Reverse Thread. Call in with your pledge and support all the variety you get on Red River Radio at 800-552-8502 or pledge on line here: DONATE NOW!

8:00pm

Thu September 13, 2012
Cultural, Community, Information

Savannah Music Festival: Ballake Sissoko & Vincent Segal

Airs Thursday, September 13 at 8:00 p.m.  A 2011 Savannah Music Festival production entitled "African Interplay" featured new music from Bob Sadin performed by the Lionel Loueke Ensemble, and began with an enchanting set by kora player Ballake Sissoko and cellist Vincent Segal. 
When people hear the term "chamber music", more often than not they think of a form of Classical music from the European tradition written for a small number of instruments. In the past 100 years, however, chamber music has grown to include any art music that is performed by a small number of musicians with one player to a part. Tune in to hear part one of one of the 2011 Savannah Music Festival's most distinctive original productions: African Interplay. Malian kora master Ballake Sissoko and French cellist Vincent Segal create an original and intimate sound that comes from both African and European musical traditions.