sat 10 feb 2007 11:02 

“Mariama”, is a programme with African music. Two artists from Cameroon: singer Njamy Sitson and multi-instrumentalist Richard Bona.

Njamy Sitson is a young singer from West Cameroon, and what’s more an inspiring teacher who released his first CD “African Angel” last year. An album with poly-vocal music with many influences from West and Central Africa, but also with Catholic influences (even from Gregorian chanting). and still the album forms a whole with spiritual animation: a true African Angel sings here! To buy the CD go to:www.njamy-sitson.com
Richard Bona (1967) studied music in Dusseldorf and Paris, was influenced by Jaco Pastorius in 1980 and decided to specialize in bass guitar. He played a.o. with Manu Dibango and Salif Keita, emigrated to the US in 1995, was part of the Joe Zawinul Syndicate and performed with a.o. Herbie hancock, Chick Corea and Randy Brecker. He has already made 4 solo-albums and an album with Lokua Kanza (Congo) and Gerald Toto (Martinique).