Haitian Folk Singer TiCorn Joins BélO For Concert at Nova University’s Art Museum

FORT LAUDERDALE – Internationally known Haitian performing artist TiCorn will be in concert with celebrated Haitian composer and guitarist BélO on Saturday, March 7, at 7:00 pm.

The event, which is presented by the Haitian American Chamber of Commerce (HAAMCC), will be held at the Nova Southern University Art Museum on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.

TiCorn, an established performing artist of Haiti began her colorful career as a professional singer/songwriter in 1978 with her first recording LP Haiti. Many music productions, concerts, live performances and music videos followed over the years as she became the quintessential dean of folk music, who performs with a Creole twist that music lovers everywhere can’t seem to get enough of.

In 2019, she performed on stage with the BélO, who is renowned for his beautiful lyrics, intricate rhythms, skillful guitar accompaniment. Both express in tunes of joy, laughter and sorrow the deeply poetic soul of a nation which never abandons hope.

For the first time in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area, TiCorn and BélO will be together on stage for a unique concert where the public will enjoy a wealth of musical styles and rhythms with smooth and expressive voices showcasing the richness of Haitian culture.

This event is open to the public and tickets may be purchased on Eventbrite, with the link, https://bit.ly/3a2cTCg.

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