Friday, October 18, 2013

INTERVIEW: The Creole Choir of Cuba talks Haitian Heritage in Cuba on NPR

In this encore broadcast, Michel Martin hosts the Creole Choir of Cuba, a Cuban musical group comprised of 10 singers of Haitian descent, for a performance chat. The group is credited with introducing the world to the rhythms of the Haitian community in Cuba. The 10 members are descendants of West Africans who were enslaved on that island. They sing songs of their ancestors, infused with contemporary sounds.

BUY: Creole Choir of Cuba - Santiman

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