Born of West African origins, he has been making beautiful music for years and we would love to let the world know more about his awe-inspiring West African Kora music.
Amadou has a passion to bring people together from all over the world through the unique music he produces from his Kora. Music has been uniting people together in peace and this is also something that Amadou is very enthusiastic about. Amadou has been playing Kora for 20 years now and has performed with various artists such as Baba Maal, Fatou Lowbe, Ibrahim Ba,Vieux Farka Toure,Djembe Rhythm, Irene Tassambendo and many more. Discover his musical stylings with the West African harp called the kora.
From the beginning to the end. The whole process is flawless and very professional. Most of all, Ame Kora plays beautifully and everyone enjoyed at the party.
I hired this wonderful man for my wedding reception and what a delight he was!!! His music is very beautiful and extremely moving!! We loved every minute of him playing. We had original only wanted him to play for a and hour but my husband and I enjoyed him so much we had to have him play longer!!! He is amazing!! I would book him in a hurry to play at another event!!! I really recommend him to play at any event!!
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the songs were simply beatiful. made me feel as if i was exploring a new land.
What to Expect
If you are looking for an authentic West African vibe, Amadou Fall will definitely deliver. The sounds from his majestic kora will surely amaze audience regardless of ethnic backgrounds. Kora music is enchanting and it is instantly loved by anyone who has had a chance to take a listen to it.
Amadou's charisma and passion on making traditional music will most certainly connect him to the audience and bring everyone to unity.
Amadou Fall is a native to Senegal, West Africa and comes from a family of musicians; His father, Mamadou Fall was a guitarist who played with several well-known Senegalese musicians one being Baba Maal. Amadou is the one that brought the Kora to his family at the age of 10. The Kora which is a 21 stringed instrument of fishing line, is made from wood, Calabash (Gourd) and cow skin and can best be described as the African Harp. While he was growing up, Amadou's family lived near a city of Griots (West African story tellers and keepers of tradition). He often visited the house in which the Griots lived and there he was taught how to play a few songs on the Kora. Amadou fell deeply in love with the instrument and went back to his city and built himself one from scratch. He started his new journey of mastering the art of Kora playing from the little he had learned and the rest has been self-taught .
Amadou has been playing Kora for 20 years now and has performed with various artists such as Baba Maal, Fatou Lowbe, Ibrahim Ba, Djembe Rhythm and Irene Tassambendo and many more. He has played extensively on the African continent (Senegal, Mauritania, Congo, Burkina Faso, Mali, Togo, Benin, Ivory Coast and Nouadibou). He has also been sought out and played in other parts of the world such as France, Belgium, Italy, Hungary, England as well as the United States. Amadou has also participated in several recorded albums for music artists from around the globe.
Amadou Fall currently resides in California where he hopes to bring people from all walks of life together in peace with music from Africa, all through the breath-taking sounds of his Kora.
West African Kora
The sound of the Kora might remind Westerners of a guitar but the size and shape of the instrument are vastly different. It is traditionally described as an African harp that is played between the legs of the player in a sitting position. The body of the Kora is a hollow gourd covered with cow or antelope hide. Twenty-one strings are connected to the bottom of the gourd and stretched to the top of the long pole neck. The Kora is often played with other instruments but also has a sensory impact when played solo with a griot, or chanter.
Past Booked Events
|December 10, 2016 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm||Birthday (Child)|
|December 29, 2015||Wedding Ceremony|
I will most likely play music from my 2014 Album and/or some traditional songs. The complete list for my new CD is listed below as well as any traditional songs that I may play.
1. Allah Muhammad
2. Forgive and Forget
3. Diadef Racine
4. Going Back to Culture
6. Sante Yalla
7. Way of life
Influences & Inspiration
West African Kora Music
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