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Singer-songwriter KeruBo invites you

to immerse yourself in Kenya's vibrant heritage.

Bring your energy and percussion instruments to create unforgettable rhythms and discover the beauty of Gusii tradition through songwriting.

Sunday, May 19, 2-3:30pm

317 Howard Avenue, Waterbury Center, VT

Pay-What-You-Can, $15 suggested donation

Please reserve online here

Or at 802-244-4168 or [email protected]


Originally from Kenya and now based in the Burlington area, KeruBo is a seasoned Afro-Jazz artist with over two decades of global stage experience.


Her music blends African Traditional Music with Brazilian Samba/Bossa nova, Jazz, and Blues. Inspired by luminaries like Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone, she boldly champions social justice causes through her compositions, resonating with themes of healing and African heritage preservation.


KeruBo's captivating storytelling techniques unite audiences in celebrating African history and culture, weaving together song, dance, and oral tradition. 


Beyond music, she serves new Americans in social work and educates K-12 students about social justice issues through the Windows to A Multicultural World Teaching Artist Team. Whether in formal classrooms or remote platforms, KeruBo imparts her rich heritage, folk music, and captivating storytelling.


 Visit her website for more insights into her creative journey: Kerubomusic.com


Generously sponsored by:

The Revitalizing Waterbury Community Grant

Venue Information

Grange Hall Cultural Center
317 Howard Avenue
Waterbury Center, VT 05677

Organizer Information

Across Roads Center for the Arts


317 Howard Avenue
Waterbury Center, VT 05677

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