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October 25, 2011 | General News

Sounds of Sweetness Concert to thrill music, arts lovers

Guardian Angel Productions
Jackie Ankrah Annan flanked by Amanzeba Nat Brew on the her right and Okyeame Kwame on her left
Jackie Ankrah Annan flanked by Amanzeba Nat Brew on the her right and Okyeame Kwame on her left

Guardian Angel Promotions presents the second edition of the Sounds of Sweetness Concert at the National Theatre of Ghana on Saturday the 19th of November 2011.

The Sounds of Sweetness Concert is a celebration of contemporary Ghanaian music and art, aimed at sustaining Ghanaian arts and preserving our cultural heritage.

It is a delicious musical concert spiced with poetry and dance which will feature sensational live performances by Jackie Ankrah Annan, Amandzeba, Okyeame Kwame, Della Hayes and Dzesi the Women of Colour band, the Alabaster Box, the Tema Youth Choir, Abdul Muslim the King of Expression and Rhythm Mimi.

Sounds of Sweetness will ignite the night with pure sweet refreshing sounds, touch lives with the power of music and art, share the magic of melody, spread healing, hope and love and lift Ghanaian art and music higher.

It is a choreographed production encouraging and developing Ghanaian talent, directed by Terry Ofosu Bright who is a former dance champion and a lecturer at the School of Performing Arts.

The objective of the Sounds of Sweetness Concert is to promote positive entertainment, bond families and friends as well as provide relaxation.

“We are putting our hearts and souls into planning a fun-filled night of inspiring entertainment designed to stimulate the senses and satisfy the soul – the Sounds of Sweetness concert is a proudly Ghanaian production and we hope that everyone will support us…” says Jackie Ankrah Annan, Chief Executive Officer of Guardian Angel Promotions.

Tickets to the Sounds of Sweetness Concert are GH¢30.00

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