The Liberia National Academy of Music has announced its much anticipated holiday concert, the carols festival, which is just four days away.
The concert organizer promises to offer unforgettable live performances and soulful music meant to thrill and keep people on their feet.
LINAM, the chief organizer of the concert, was founded in 2013 and has hosted a series of unique events around Monrovia that were all successful, with performances ranging from jazz to soul to blues.
LINAM founder and executive director Wilmot K. Bobbroh, III said the event is a soulful celebration of Christmas classics, “and the event will be much different this year.”
The organization aims to promote formal music education to Liberians, especially the youth, as well as digging and fostering Liberia’s musical heritage (traditional).
The academy offers training in piano performance, strings, percussion and wind instruments, and gives voice lessons and general music education.
Admission to the concert, which will be held at the Mamba Point Hotel, is US$5. For more inquires or ticket reservation, please contact the following numbers: 0777 563121.
Doors will open on Sunday at 5:30 PM. “This is a concert you don’t want to miss. See you there!” Bobbroh said.