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Celebrated musician George Mensah Essilfie set to thrill Ghanaian audiences with Kalabashi concert

Excitement fills the air as acclaimed musician George Mensah Essilfie prepares to captivate audiences once again with his highly anticipated musical, “Songs of Akotam,” staged by The Harmonious Chorale Ghana. This musical extravaganza promises to be an unforgettable experience, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and exceptional talent of Ghana’s music scene.

The Kalabashi Concert marks George Mensah Essilfie’s grand return to his home country after an extended period of international performances and collaborations. Fans and music enthusiasts have eagerly awaited this moment, and the concert is expected to be a celebration of Ghanaian music and creativity.

The Harmonious Chorale Ghana, known for their impeccable vocal harmonies and soul-stirring performances, will lend their exceptional talents to bring “Songs of Akotam” to life on stage. With their stellar reputation and unwavering commitment to musical excellence, The Harmonious Chorale Ghana is poised to create a breathtaking atmosphere, captivating audiences with their awe-inspiring renditions.

The event organizers have made it accessible for everyone to be a part of this remarkable musical experience, with tickets priced at a reasonable 100 cedis only. Music lovers are encouraged to secure their seats by contacting the provided number, 0558702074, without delay.

“Songs of Akotam” promises to take attendees on a mesmerizing journey, weaving together enchanting melodies, powerful storytelling, and vibrant choreography. George Mensah Essilfie’s unique musical style, deeply rooted in Ghanaian traditions and fused with contemporary influences, is expected to create a harmonious fusion that will resonate with audiences of all ages.

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