Sunday, May 20, 2012

Hannibal Means - sings Nina Simone - High Priestess of Soul 6.00pm tonight at The Ellington

Hannibal knows how to capture his audience with his exuberant charisma and almighty voice. He engages with his audience, creating a very unique experience. Often described as a rare talent, Hannibal’s voice is as big and beautiful as the sky, his passion is fully in the moment, and his music is a celebration of life.

This May, Hannibal is offering Perth a performance that they will always remember! Hannibal Means, the protégé and personal friend of Nina Simone, is honoured to present this one-off tribute to Nina Simone, whilst he is in Australia conducting a one-of-a-kind voice workshop in Perth.

Hannibal is an internationally renown musician, vocalist and teacher currently living in Vienna, Austria. He was born and raised in Oakland, California, where as a thirteen he first heard Nina Simone singing and intuitively knew that one day they would perform together... and he was right!
This will be a night to remember, so do not miss your opportunity to see Hannibal Means perform — book your seats now!

Hannibal’s Performance Program:
Let It Be Me (with recording of Nina and Hannibal from 1980), Stars They Come And Go, I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free, Every Thing Must Change, Seems I’m Never Tired Of Loving You, Rainbow Song, I Think It’s Going To Rain Today, Power Lord, Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, Mr Bojangles, My Way, There’s A New World Coming, I Got Life and Feeling Good.
Percussions and Bass: The Silent Empire

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