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