Alabê Ôni is a group of percussion songs, with African roots in its blood, culture and spirit,
which has gathered to accrete the manifestations of the drums, music instruments played all
over the South America’s South history.
Alabê Ôni is, also, an expression came from Iorubá Language that means “Noble Drummer”
or “The drum’s grandmaster” – and – first of all – the name is a tribute from the group’s
musicians Richard Serraria, Pingo Borel, Mimmo Ferreira and Kako Xavier to the ancestry
long taken out from Africa that resisted for centuries in distant lands.
The group works on the worth giving to the black ancestry manifestations throughout
America Cone Sul, showing the Gaucho Afro-Uruguayan Candombe, the Oyó Ijexa Nation
drumming, the Maçambique and the Quicumbi rhythms, always lead by the drums and
Contact: +55(51)91047759 or 55(51)32424201