Private Event: Adejoké at the launch of United People Global in Geneva, Switzerland

December 20, 2018

very rarely do I get to reveal the two sides of myself at an event. At the launch of United People Global I was honoured to speak on ways everyday citizens can prevent genocide and to perform two of my favourite songs: Imagine by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and Rise Up by Andra Day(with a little bit of Hamilton). 🎶⚖️Grateful! #thesinginglawyer

Adejoké at Politics & Art: District Vox

June 14, 2018

Delighted to perform I'll be performing this Thursday where #art meets #politics: celebrating DC voices at #PoliticsandArt District Vox at John A. Wilson Building @WashPerformArts @CMDGrosso #MarsUrbanArts. Free but registration required. See you there!

The Resisterhood International Women’s Day Arts Festival

March 10, 2018

The Resisterhood Arts Festival is a celebration of the resistance, persistence, power, and diversity of D.C. women in the arts in honor of International Women’s Day. We are claiming this day as our own. We are taking up space. We are gathering together to make a joyful noise to lift each other up in song, movement, and art.

Adejoké & SongRise at The Atlas Intersections Festival

February 25, 2018

Adejoké and DC's women's a cappella group, SongRise, are presenting a concert of music focused on women and social justice. The program includes songs by pioneering female singers/songwriters. Enjoy the tight harmonies of a capella music and songs richly accompanied by a live band with top female musicians from DC - Stephanie Kristina on keys, Isabelle de Leon on drums, Rebecca Eng-Wong on bass and Alexandra Klein-Mayer on guitar. Featuring: Amadou Kouyate, master virtuoso on the Kora - an African 21 stringed instrument. Please share and join us to celebrate women and activism.

  • 25 February 2018

  • 3:00pm - 4:00pm

  • Sprenger Theater, Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street NE

  • General Admission: $20 (Get 10% off with discount code: SONGRISE10) 

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