Underground Jazz Cabaret hosts an evening with
Women of Calypso
Featuring: Singing Saundra, Kizzie Ruiz, Shereen Caesar
Direct from Trinidad W.I.
Directed by Rhodessa Jones & Idris Ackamoor
Musical Direction by Idris Ackamoor and Damion Preston
and featuring: Roger Guerra – Drums, Cliff Manswell – Bass, Damion Preston – Keyboards, Val Serrant – Steel Drums and Percussions, and Idris Ackamoor – Alto Saxophone.
Dress code: Carnival Masquerade!
March 24-27, 2011
Thursday – Saturday at 8:00 pm
Sunday at 3:00 pm
African American Art & Culture Complex
Hall of Culture
762 Fulton Street, SF 94102
“Early bird” pricing online at www.culturalodyssey.org/tickets.
This is a child-friendly event.
Early Bird Purchase Offer
Buy your tickets early and receive a 20% discount! We want to be sure these shows are packed houses! To receive “early bird” pricing, purchase before February 28.
Directed by Rhodessa Jones and Idris Ackamoor, “Women of Calypso” will take place at the African American Art & Culture Complex’s Hall of Culture during Women’s Month in March 2011. “Women of Calypso” features three of the top female calypso singers in Trinidad, W.I., Singing Saundra, Shereen Caesar, and Kizzie Ruiz. Through their songs they sing about contemporary life in Trinidad. All three have won hosts of awards and regularly place in the finals of Calypso competitions during Carnival and year round. Calypso is a music of the people, and although the more popularly known Calypso singers have been male such as The Mighty Sparrow, Shadow, and Lord Kitchener,“Women of Calypso” showcases the best of female Calypso singers from Trinidad who are now more than ever competing with and rivaling their male counterparts. All Homage to “Calypso Rose”.