Inspiring Hope Through Music - A Livestream Event
New England Singer/Songwriters, Senie Hunt and Kimayo, will perform and share how they use music and songwriting to overcome adversity. As they perform, the artists will explore issues relevant to youths and adults such as racial discrimination, mental health, grief and loss.
Temple Beth Torah and the event host, Rabbi Mimi Micner, are thrilled to present “RIDE - Resiliency, Inclusion, Diversity, Entrepreneurship” on Sunday, February 28 at 4pm EST. This livestream event is free and open to everyone.
Senie Hunt is a self-taught singer-songwriter adopted from Sierra Leone during the brutal Diamond Wars. His percussive experimental approach to the guitar, along with his soulful vocal presence, captures the sounds and rhythms of his West African roots. Senie’s music is eclectic, powerful and artfully unique.
Kimayo's authentic and personal songs depict a humanity that is relatable and comforting. Her lyrics demonstrate the power of the human spirit to overcome adversity. Kimayo seeks to cultivate connection, solidarity, and hope for each of her listeners.
This program is made possible by a grant from the Holliston Cultural Council, which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.