Ghana-born Aaron Bebe Sukura plays the gyil, the wooden xylophone played in West Africa, as well as other instruments, on Nov. 2 at Western Washington University’s Performing Arts Concert Hall in the Global Spice Concert Series.
Ghana-born Aaron Bebe Sukura plays the gyil, the wooden xylophone played in West Africa, as well as other instruments, on Nov. 2 at Western Washington University’s Performing Arts Concert Hall in the Global Spice Concert Series. Aaron Bebe Sukura Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Ghana-born Aaron Bebe Sukura plays the gyil, the wooden xylophone played in West Africa, as well as other instruments, on Nov. 2 at Western Washington University’s Performing Arts Concert Hall in the Global Spice Concert Series. Aaron Bebe Sukura Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

WWU offers concerts, plays, special events to the public

October 11, 2016 06:00 PM