September 28, 2023

February 22nd 2024
Santa Barbara, CA
Campbell Hall

February 23rd 2024
Los Angeles, CA
Luckman Fine Arts Complex

February 24th 2024
San Luis Obispo, CA
Performing Arts Center

February 26th 2024
Mesa, AZ
Ikeda Theatre

February 27th 2024
Tucson, AZ
Fox Tucson Theatre

March 1st 2024
Santa Fe, NM
Lensic Performing Arts Center

March 2nd 2024
Colorado Springs, CO
Pikes Peak Center

March 3rd 2024
Denver, CO
Paramount Theatre

March 5th 2024
Ridgefield, CT
Ridgefield Playhouse

March 6th 2024
Portsmouth, NH
Music Hall

March 7th 2024
Albany, NY
Hart Theatre at the Egg

March 9th 2024
Toronto, Ontario
Koerner Hall

March 10th 2024
Ottawa, Ontario
National Arts Center

April 2nd 2024
Groton, MA
Groton School

April 3rd 2024
New York NY
Sony Hall

April 4th 2024
New Haven CT
Yale Schwarzman Center

April 5th 2024
Wilmington DE
Arden Gild Hall

April 7th 2024
Bethesda MD
The Music Centre

April 9th 2024
Northampton MA

April 11th 2024
Kennet Square PA
Longwood Gardens

April 17th 2024
Kallispell MT
Wachholz College Center

April 20th 2024
Hamilton MT
Hamilton Performing Arts Center

May 11th 2024
London, UK
The Barbican

May 12th 2024
Bristol, UK
St Georges

May 27th 2024
Zurich, Switzerland

SONA US/Canada Dates

July 7, 2023

May 12, 2023


March 18, 2023

March & April North American dates!

SONA JOBARTEH DATES June – August 2022

May 28, 2022

March 19, 2022

February 22, 2022

November 13, 2021

SONA JOBARTEH – A teaser of a Special EVENT

May 4, 2021

SONA JOBARTEH A Continuing Story

This documentary charts the life and career so far of Sona Jobarteh,
educational pioneer, dedicated humanitarian, and the first female member
of a Griot family to play the traditional West African kora.

Sona’s rise to the global attention of music-lovers and politicians alike has
been inspired by her single-minded approach to achieving her goal – to
bring education, self-respect, awareness and understanding of Gambian
tradition, music and culture to the young people of her home country.

Now dividing her time between London, her ever expanding academy
in The Gambia and the music venues and festivals of the world, Sona’s
journey is told in her own words and those who know her the best,
including her band members, music journalists and her family.

Her music is uniquely poised between the preservation of her rich cultural
heritage and an accessible, modern style that relates to the current era
and to audiences from all over the world.