A music concert celebrating musical women and musicianship featuring a host of exciting new female artistes.
The Life House is proud to present Woman Rising 2015 in special celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD).
WOMAN RISING is an integral arts development and performance event at the core of The Life House’s women’s development vision and was designed to further buttress the mission of community development and capacity building through music and musicianship.
This year’s event tagged “Woman Rising 2015” is the fifth in the IWD celebration series, which ‘The Life House’ began in 2011. Over the past five years, The Life House IWD celebration series have infused various aspects of arts such as literature, visual art, dance, film etc. and this year we are delighted to retain that tradition.
Everyone present at the event can expect to have an exciting time and an opportunity to celebrate the arts through the works of amazing women globally. It is also a time to network and get acquainted with women from all walks of life!"
This year's music and arts weekender is especially important as it marks our 5th anniversary but also a pivotal time in our nation's cultural, social and political development. It is our very intention that WOMAN RISING 2015 will uplift, inspire, entertain, educate and energize all who attend and leave them in much better stead than before this multi-faceted cultural weekend experience" says founder of Woman Rising, Ugoma Adegoke.
Date: Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd of March 2015
Venue: Wheatbaker, Ikoyi and Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island respectively.
Hosts: Lala Akindoju and Smooth 98.1 FM's delectable Aderonke Adebanjo and a few surprise appearances.
The two-day event kicks off with an invite only Champagne Breakfast taking place at the Wheat Baker Hotel followed by a Special Screening of Award Wining Film, “The Supreme Price,” an award winning film inspired and produced by women. The event ends with an all-star female cast Music Concert with performances by Nigerian voices Tonye, Modele, Ruby Gyang and Bumi Thomas (UK) who does amazing work with infusing sounds of world into a medley of electric musical performances. Classical jazz pianist Rolake Akinkugbe, will also lead an all female jazz ensemble with an original medley and acclaimed spoken word artist Titiliope Sonuga shall give some poetic lyrical energy to flow through the night.
It will be a night to remember!