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In celebration of the International Day of Francophonie, a day that celebrates French speaking cultures, several events have been carried out this March and the celebration will go on throughout the month until the beginning of April.
The celebration includes movie nights, theatre, concerts and musical shows among others. On Sunday, March 20, 2016, an exciting performance by musician Ismaël Lô awaits to make the perfect ending to the weekend.
Born in Dogondoutchi, Niger on 30 August 1956, the Senegalese musician and actor became a success during the 1990s.
In the 1970s, Lo studied at the School of Art in Dakar. He later joined the popular group Super Diamono, but left in 1984 to start a solo career. Over the next four years, Lo recorded five popular solo albums.
In 1990, Lo signed a recording deal with Barclay and recorded in France his sixth solo album, Ismael Lo. Thanks to the success of the single “Tajabone,” the album became a hit in the European charts. The album launched Lo’s international career.
His other album Iso was recorded and released in 1994 and it also became a success. The album contains soft guitar melodies and traditional Senegalese mbalax — the national popular dance music of Senegal. The following year, Lo toured in Africa. The compilation album Jammu Africa was released in 1996. The song “Without Blame” is a duet with Marianne Faithfull. Lo’s song “Tajabone” was featured in Pedro Almodóvar’s film All About My Mother. In 2002, he was made a Knight of the Legion of Honor. Ismaël Lô’s concert will be held at the Alliance Éthio-française today at 5 pm.
Other celebration events in the coming week include a theater evening where ‘Merci Mr Molière’ will be staged on Friday March 25, 2016, 5:00 pm at Lycée Guébré-Mariam.
A one woman musical show called “Laurette de Paname” is also slated for Thursday, March 24, 2016, 6:00 pm at the Alliance Éthio-française.