The Critically acclaimed 'Sounds of the World' is coming to Greenwich Park soon and all communities are invited.

Music and nature lovers are invited to experience the powerful voice of celebrated Bengali folk musician, Shapla Salique and UK’s finest Guinean griot, Mosi Conde for free event on May 26.

Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre (GLYPT) has partnered with musician and promoter Ganga Thapa to present the ninth in the Sounds Of The World series, and first outdoor concert.

Sounds of the World brings critically-acclaimed international musicians to Greenwich, providing a platform to share live music and culture with local audiences.

The event is supported by Greenwich Park Revealed, a major project led by The Royal Parks charity to protect Greenwich Park’s heritage and engage with communities.

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Audiences are invited to interact with the artists after the performances through a live Q&A session, providing a unique insight into the performer’s artistic journey, influences and musical styles.

Jeremy James, Artistic Director of Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre, said: "GLYPT are really excited to bring our established music program out of The Tramshed and into Greenwich Park, animating the Bandstand and creating a vibrant and melodious soundtrack for a memorable afternoon in Greenwich. We can’t wait to see you there!"

Shapla Salique is one of Britain’s most successful British-Bangladeshi artists and her soulful sound has captivated audiences at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall, Houses of Parliament and Royal

Albert Hall, as well as international audiences in Canada, USA, Poland and Italy.

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