ISSAMBA - The most exciting interactive cultural musical spectacle of the year

ISSAMBA - Les rythmes africains à les meilleurs -     Issamba means "come together" in Cameroon.

ISSAMBA SHOW is an interactive musical spectacle which showcases African Rhythms & Music.
ISSAMBA promotes and brings together music from across African cultures to present a unified
African groove.
Immerse yourself in the mix of African instruments, traditional rhythms, and dancing styles.

Featuring world-renowned African-born artists.
These artists travel from abroad, gracing your city with their special talents and aspects
of their culture.

ISSAMBA show that gives you a glimpse into the rich and diverse musical culture of Africa,
an invaluable experience.
The fusion of song, dance and music makes by ISSAMBA’s artists creates a robust and
spectacular cultural alloy that nobody can resist!

Immerse yourself in the mix of African instruments, traditional rhythms, and dancing styles.

** You might be interested in ISSAMBA experiences for your school, company, festival, event and  or organization.  Available both in English & French.

Featured Artists
Featured Artists
Merlin Nyakam: Master of African and Afro-Contemporary dance, born in Cameroon and currently lives in Paris where he travels around the world teaching and performing.
Adama Dembele Bilorou: Legendary percussionist from Paris.
Salif Lasso Sanou: Montreal-based African flute specialist.
Akra Soumah: Ottawa-based dundunfola (African base drum player).
Naby Camara: Master balafonist was born in Guinea and currently lives in Seattle. (ISSAMBA 2019)
Mamadou Diabate: world-renowned balafonist (African xylophone) player who was born in Burkina Faso. He tours worldwide but currently lives in Austria, where he’s been honing his art to perfection. (ISSAMBA 2018)
 Amara Kanté: Master percussionist was born in Guinea and currently lives in Toronto (ISSAMBA 2017)

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2020 Dates: 
2019 Dates:
February 14: Victoria Event Center
February 15 & 16: Faris Theater (Vancouver)
February 21: Mary Winspear Center (Sidney)
February 22: The Port Theater (Nanaimo)
February 23: The African Party with ISSAMBA's artists
2018 Dates:
February 1: Mary Winspear Centre (Sidney)
February 2: Beban Park Recreation Centre (Nanaimo)
February 3: Wise Hall (Vancouver)
February 10: University of Victoria
2017 Dates:

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