Location Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre
189 High St
Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre
Cost Full: $35
Three incredible voices in concert for one night only.
Tres Cantos continues the celebration of International Women’s Day and features the powerful voices of three Melbourne based women: Colombian African/Indigenous descendant singer/songwriter, Iaki Vallejo; Ethiopian Australian singer and dancer, Seble Girma; and guest appearance by Zimbabwean Australian singer, songwriter and actor, Thando Sikwila.
“I would like to take this opportunity to advocate for a society that is more inclusive and for equal opportunities for culturally and linguistically diverse women in the arts/music industry.” – Iaki Vallejo
The night will feature the launch and video premiere of Donde esta el Amor (Where is love?) written by Iaki Vallejo and Thando Sikwila.
“Mother nature is crying aloud but we are not hearing” – Iaki Vallejo
Singer-Songwriter, Choir Leader, Performer and Visual Artist
Iaki Vallejo is an Colombian African/Indigenous descendant singer/songwriter, choir leader, performer and visual artist based in Melbourne.
Seble Girma was a member of the Ethiopian circus in Ethiopia.
Zimbabwean born and Melbourne based singer-songwriter, Thando, has been gracing stages around Australia with her electric presence and powerhouse vocals.