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Equator Festival: Women of the World Concert Series
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Equator Festival: Women of the World Concert Series
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Equator Festival: Women of the World Concert Series

This year Kent will play host to fabulous flamenco and Congolese Afro-jazz in this June concert series.

10 June 2017 –  17 June 2017 | Visit website

Equator Festival launched the Women of the World concert series in 2007, with the simple aim of promoting female performers from all music genres, from all over the world, and there's lots to look forward to this year.
 
Make your way to Canterbury for the Juan Martín Flamenco Trio on June 11. This awe-inspiring guitarist is joined by 18-year-old flamenco dancing star Raquel Gonzalez, to create an unmissable performance of the ‘Arte Flamenco Pura.’
 
Then head to Ramsgate to enjoy some Congolese Afro-jazz with Mistony and Kasai Masai. Their spectacular show blends the traditional sounds of remote equatorial African villages with a contemporary twist.
 
Equator Festival’s Kent events in the Women of the World series take place from 10 – 17 June. The Juan Martín Flamenco Trio performs on Sunday 11 June at 8pm at Marlow Studio, Canterbury; Mistony & Kasai Masai perform on Saturday 17 June at 9pm at Ramsgate Music Hall.

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