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Sweet Honey in the Rock

Sweet Honey in the Rock

12 October 2024

Celebrating 50 years in music, Sweet Honey in the Rock have been described as “one of the most dynamic, versatile and still relevant musical collectives today”.

Since its’ inception in Washington, D.C. (1973), Sweet Honey in the Rock has thrived as a performance ensemble founded on the missions of empowerment, education, and entertainment. Their current roster includes vocalists Carol Maillard, Louise Robinson, Aisha Kahlil, Nitanju Bolade Casel, and Rochelle Rice, with Romeir Mendez on upright acoustic/electric bass, and American Sign Language interpreter, Barbara Hunt.

Throughout five decades, the ensemble members have worked to create engaging and socially conscious music that consistently takes an active stance toward making our planet a better place for all in which to live. Their musical landscape embraces multiple genres/generations and addresses civil and human rights, women’s issues, gun violence, death, love, spirituality, children’s songs and so much more.

Their voices have graced so many of the world stages – Carnegie Hall (over thirty times), Sydney Opera House, Royal Albert Hall, The Kennedy Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center – just to name a few; and they have performed extensively on every continent (except Antarctica – just waiting for the invitation!).

In 2023, Sweet Honey in the Rock began its powerful three-year 50th Anniversary celebration that will honour its’ storied past and set the course for the future of this most iconic group.


Start time: 7.15pm

Running time: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Age: All ages. Please note that all under-16s must be seated with an adult aged 18 or above.

Under 30s

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