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After a brief stint in Los Angeles working on the Royal Princess Cruise ship in the 1980s, Elias appeared on a sound track for the television movie Elias now owns and operates Soph El Recordings, a music studio located in Oakland Hills, California that opened in September 2000.

He says he enjoys spending time in this quite, residential neighborhood.

The show includes nine images taken by Chester Higgins, Jr. In this way Time, History and Memory become modes of communication as much as means of experience.

As communication, they are perhaps a common language, but they can also be a private language, a language of communion, understanding and unity. In trying to touch upon this theme of the uniqueness of language and of the experience of history, CPT: Time, History and Memory proposes a dialogue on the nature of this communication, and finally, this engagement with history and memory.

“My brother was living in Northern California at the time, and so he would tell me how the weather was so similar to our motherland.

That really convinced me to move to California.” Discussing his favorite musicians, Elias said his musical taste and influences are wide-ranging.

“As far as Ethiopian musicians are concerned I like Mulatu Astatke for being the father of Ethio Jazz,” he said.

“Ethio-smooth is included along with R&B, Reggae and Salsa.” He added: ” In so doing, the music has been refreshed and jazzed up.

“During his stay in art school and after graduated he participated in different artistic activities, workshops, charity programs and showed more than eight group exhibitions,” states the press release.

Nahosenay has exhibited his work in several places including “the National Museum, UNECA, Radisson Blue Hotel, Alliance Ethio-Francis and Alle School of Fine Arts,” while his paintings are found among public and private collectors in Ethiopia and internationally.

— If You Go: “A Taste of Ethiopia” Opening reception Friday, December 15th (6PM to PM) Congress Heights Arts & Culture Center 3200 Martin Luther King Jr.

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