An evenining of devine Feminine energy.
Rootspring is super excited to be holding space for these two incredibly talented womxn. They will be sharing with us their solo offerings, So Come join us for what is sure to be a night to remember.
Amy Ayanda is a multimedia artist from Cape Town, South Africa. Having been interested in music from a young age, Amy developed a love for singing and drama culminating in her completion of a degree at the Michaelis School of Fine Art , majoring in painting. Ayanda played piano and guitar recreationally since high school, and developed her music during the time of her undergrad. She then went on to work with Cape Town Producer Thor Rixon, with whom with she released her debut EP "Ports", containing the single La Llorna. This album shaped Ayanda’s electronic sound. Amy debuted her new band in 2015, consisting of producers Dean Berger and Daniel Breiter (Birthday Girl). The band's line-up has remained consistent and is a mix of organic and electronic sounds combined with Ayanda’s vocals. The group has performed on various stages including CTEMF, Design Indaba & Rocking The Daisies.
Francesca Biancoli is a singer/songwriter residing in Cape Town , South Africa. She strives for authenticity in the music she creates. Life experiences are interwoven in her work and reflect the daring, explorative style she pursues.
Francesca’s contemporary blend of Future-Jazz , Neo-Soul and Instrumental complexity offering a deep and new sound.Whichever name you choose to pin on the simultaneously smooth, soulful, nostalgic and fresh sound, her emerging and progressive approach to music has captured the attention of the music scene.
Francesca Biancoli born in Bari, a multi-cultured seaside town famous for its Greek , Arabic- Turkish influences. Growing up with access to such rich and varied diversity helped inform her spontaneous and non-conformist musical path.
“Her music comes from a deep place of emotion and vulnerability”
“it’s speaking about my truths, and hoping that someone else out there can relate to them, and furthermore, that it will comfort them in some way.”
“Francesca endeavours to find herself. As she believes, it is only through self-awareness
that an artist can truly connect with their audience and elevate them emotionally and spiritually”
On her debut album “Ikigai” she was inspired by everything from the world around her and the problems of humanity, particularly human behaviour.
EARLY BIRDS (until 14 February 2020)
Standard – R80
Pensioner/Student – R60
Standard – R100
Pensioner/Student – R80
Children Under 12 – R30
Door open – 18h30
Show starts – 19h00
Interval – 19h45 (Dinner)
Show resumes – 20h00
We provide the glasses
Pre-orders for food are essential via Quicket. Pre-sale food orders end 24 hours prior to event
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