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Amani (Peace)

Published July 11, 2016 by Maryanne

Amani

Meet Amani!

Amani means “peace” in Swahili. The group was formed to share the concept of peace through music, performing for people of all ages, races, and religious affiliations.

The core group includes veteran musicians: Marty Eigen: sax and flute; Fred Fischer: keyboards; and Stephen Fuller:vocals. In addition, Amani has a pool of talented musicians that can be added as needed.

Amani performs hits from a variety of genres including The Great American Songbook, Gospel, R&B, jazz, Bossa nova, and Broadway. The extensive repertoire can be tailored into a program that will make your event a joy for all who are lucky enough to have the experience of hearing the group.

Their repertoire includes the following favorites:

Fly Me to the Moon – F. Sinatra
Kansas City – W. Harrison
Fields of Gold – Sting
Volcano – J. Buffet
Stand By Me – B. E. King
Can’t Help Falling in Love – E. Presley
Old Man River – Show Boat
Waiting in Vain – B. Marley
AMANI is available* to perform at libraries, festivals, art centers, weddings, corporate events, bar and bat mitzvahs, restaurants, clubs, senior facilities, house parties, and all special occasions.
*Where wheelchair accessibility is available.
For pricing and availability contact Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta at 908-276-1514