August 23-August 24 | Issyra Gallery 300 Observer highway Hoboken, NJ 07030
Issyra Gallery presents - A Tribute to Doudou N’Diaye Rose

Issyra Gallery presents - A Tribute to Doudou N’Diaye Rose Hosted by Aly N’Diaye Rose and Family

Issyra Gallery presents - A Tribute to Doudou N’Diaye Rose

Hosted by Aly N’Diaye Rose and Family

An event dedicated to Doudou N’Diaye Rose

Join Aly N’Diaye & Family for this exciting event that will take your breath away!

Friday 7/26- Sunday 7/28

Tickets - $35 per evening (F&B included)

Issyra Gallery 300 observer Highway Hoboken NJ. 5 minutes from Path train.

Issyragallery@gmail.com

Telephone: 9179222690

Doudou Ndiaye Rose (born Mamadou Ndiaye; 28 July 1930 – 19 August 2015) was a Senegalese drummer, composer and band leader, and was the recognized modern master of Senegal's traditional drum, the sabar. He was the father of a musical dynasty that includes some of the most successful traditional musicians of contemporary West Africa.He was one of the first musicians to bring Senegalese traditional music to the attention of the world.

He was one of the most renowned African musicians of the 20th century. While he specialized in the sabar, he also played many other types of drum such as saourouba, assicot, bougarabou, meung meung, lambe, n'der, gorom babass, and khine. The child of a Griot (West African bard caste) family, Ndiaye Rose began performing in the 1930s, but continued to make his living as a plumber for some time. Shortly before Senegalese independence he performed with Josephine Baker, and became a favorite with Dakar audiences. In 1960 he made the first head of the Senegalese National Ballet, and in the 1970s with his Doudou Ndiaye Rose Orchestra. He also collaborated with Miles Davis and the Rolling Stones.

In 2006, he was declared a "living human treasure" by the UN cultural agency for keeping alive traditional rhythms.

Aly N’Diaye Rose Is the son of percussionist Doudou N'Diaye Rose. As a child he accompanied his father on travels throughout the world. He has performed with ‪Miles Davis‬, ‪James Brown‬, ‪Peter Gabriel‬ and many others. He teaches African percussion at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, and is also artistic leader of percussion group Anumadutch.

An event dedicated to Doudou N’Diaye Rose

Join Aly N’Diaye & Family for this exciting event that will take your breath away!

Friday 7/26- Sunday 7/28

Tickets - $35 per evening (F&B included)

Issyra Gallery 300 observer Highway Hoboken NJ. 5 minutes from Path train.

Issyragallery@gmail.com

Telephone: 9179222690

Doudou Ndiaye Rose (born Mamadou Ndiaye; 28 July 1930 – 19 August 2015) was a Senegalese drummer, composer and band leader, and was the recognized modern master of Senegal's traditional drum, the sabar. He was the father of a musical dynasty that includes some of the most successful traditional musicians of contemporary West Africa.He was one of the first musicians to bring Senegalese traditional music to the attention of the world.

He was one of the most renowned African musicians of the 20th century. While he specialized in the sabar, he also played many other types of drum such as saourouba, assicot, bougarabou, meung meung, lambe, n'der, gorom babass, and khine. The child of a Griot (West African bard caste) family, Ndiaye Rose began performing in the 1930s, but continued to make his living as a plumber for some time. Shortly before Senegalese independence he performed with Josephine Baker, and became a favorite with Dakar audiences. In 1960 he made the first head of the Senegalese National Ballet, and in the 1970s with his Doudou Ndiaye Rose Orchestra. He also collaborated with Miles Davis and the Rolling Stones.

In 2006, he was declared a "living human treasure" by the UN cultural agency for keeping alive traditional rhythms.

Aly N’Diaye Rose Is the son of percussionist Doudou N'Diaye Rose. As a child he accompanied his father on travels throughout the world. He has performed with ‪Miles Davis‬, ‪James Brown‬, ‪Peter Gabriel‬ and many others. He teaches African percussion at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, and is also artistic leader of percussion group Anumadutch.


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