Updated: Apr 11
We are super excited to share this first of a series of exciting shows throughout the US this spring. Natu and her incredible band will be playing at the prestigious Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, 10th floor of the Rose Building in Lincoln Center. Please make sure to tell your friends and join us for this very special event. More shows will be added soon to Natu's busy 2021 calendar.
Singer-songwriter Natu Camara’s West African upbringing centers and informs the grooves and drive of her guitar-driven soul, but the message of female empowerment through education and equality that permeates much of her work supersedes all borders. Camara’s career began as a founding member of Ideal Black Girls, Guinea’s highly successful, first all-woman hip-hop collective, until her eventual move to NYC spurred a creative renaissance and redirection of her musical talent. Following a triumphant 2021 set with globalFEST on NPR’s star-making Tiny Desk Concert, Natu’s moving performance and joyously raucous live shows suggest an artist on the rise. For her American Songbook debut, Camara will be supported by a full band playing both new tracks and songs from her freshman solo LP, Dimedi.
This event is approximately 90 minutes.