Shofar Music Production to host "Moments with Charles Deh" in Sept

BY: GraphicOnline
Shofar Music Production to host

Ghanaian-owned music production company, Shofar Music Production have set September 17t, 2022 to host the maiden edition of "Moments with Charles Deh" at the Alisa Hotel in Accra.

The event aims to provide an opportunity for those in the business environment to appreciate their highly affluent customers, senior management, colleagues and their families on a memorable night of classy live jazz music.

The event has lined up exceptional performers including sensational South African jazz artistes Sinethemba Hlengetwa, Mabongi Fero, and unparalleled, award-winning Ghanaian artist Akwaboah among others.

Speaking at the launch of the event, the founder of Shofar Music Production Charles Deh said, he is very optimistic that the event will go a long way towards enhancing the networking and brand sales for corporate entities.

He took the opportunity to urge lovers of gospel and jazz music not to miss this iconic event.

"I am very glad and grateful to the Almighty God to launch the event which will soon receives a global recognition. It’s my prayer that this important event will strengthen brands and create positive top-of-mind awareness amongst existing and potential clients", he said.

Charles Deh is a banker by profession and one of Ghana’s most talented pianists with a great deal of skill and experience in music directing, performance, musical talent development and songwriting.

He has played alongside world-renowned Gospel artistes such as Lionel Peterson and Donnie Maclurkin.

He has also worked with Ntokozo Mbambo, Nqubeko Mbatha, Mahalia Buchanan, Khaya Mthetwa, Uche Agu and Patrick Duncan all from Joyous Celebration Fame, renowned Jazz guitarist Kunle Ayo, Limit X, Pastor Helen Yawson, Sonnie Badu, Pastor Josh Laryea, the late Danny Nartey, Nii Okai, Soul Winners, Joe Mettle, Harmony Deh and many more.

Shofar has a goal to further encourage and celebrate the originality and meaningful expressiveness of jazz music.