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Meklit (canceled)

Movement

Feb 06

Performance Dates

  • Sat Feb 06 2021 8:00 PM

Venue

Meany Hall – Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater

This event has been CANCELED. New Meany On Screen program to be announced soon.

If you have tickets to this performance, you have the following options:

  • Request a full refund
  • Donate your tickets back to Meany Center 
  • Purchase a gift certificate that doesn't expire
  • Retain your tickets on account for future purchases through May 31, 2022

Please indicate your ticket preferences here: 
TICKET OPTIONS FORM

Or email the ArtsUW Ticket Office at ticket@uw.edu. We will hold the value of your tickets on account until we hear from you.


Known for her electric stage presence and galvanizing live shows, Meklit has rocked stages from London to Cairo. The Ethiopian-American vocalist and songwriter makes music that sways between cultures and continents, blending jazz, folk and East African influences. An innovator and activist, Meklit founded the Nile Project and serves as a National Geographic Explorer and a TED Fellow. Her latest album, When the People Move, The Music Moves Too, reached the top of the iTunes World Music Chart. In her new show Movement, Meklit mixes the live concert experience with storytelling and multimedia, creating a meditation on what it means to be American. Co-commissioned by Meany Center.
 

Meklit will be in residence at the UW as a Mellon Creative Research Fellow.
 

With her latest masterpiece, Meklit has affirmed her place among her childhood heroes: at the shining crossroads of two cultures, making truly moving music.
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