Cameroonian Gaëlle Wondje kicks off first USA tour at The Cedar

Gaelle Wondje of Cameroon will perform at the Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis on March 21, 2020 to kick off her first US tour. Photo: Courtesy The Cedar

With a voice that fills the air with light, Gaëlle Wondje performs March 21st, at the Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. Growing up in Cameroon, Ms Wondje has spent half her life on stage, winning competitions in university, reality TV contests, and then in touring nationally as part of a chorus ensemble.

Her repertoire blends traditional Cameroonian sounds of Makossa and Bikutsi with bluesy ballads, jazz, and Afro Pop music. Singing in French, English, and Beti languages, Ms Wondje’s musical range serenades her audience as well as inspires dancing. The Cedar will accommodate dancers with an open floor and limited seating.

This event is part of Alliance Française Mpls/St Paul’s Mois de la Francophonie : Celebration of Cameroon.

Tickets available at this link.
Saturday, March 21st, 2020 / Doors: 7:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM
Standing Show
$15 Advance, $20 Day of Show

About Susan Budig

Susan is based in Minneapolis and reports on general assignments for Mshale with a focus on entertainment. In addition to reporting, she is also a writer, poet, teacher and coach.

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