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Baraka performs at Solis Festival

ANDY HALLMAN/Ledger photo

Fairfield-based band Baraka performs for a large and lively audience Sunday in the Argiro Student Center during the annual Solis Festival on the campus of Maharishi University of Management. The band performs traditional Algerian songs and original numbers by Amine Kouider, as well as reggae, flamenco and folk classics. Band members pictured are, from left, Opare Agyeman on congas, Karen Aoki on flute, David Hurlin on drums, Kouider on guitar and vocals, and James Moore on bass guitar.
ANDY HALLMAN/Ledger photo Fairfield-based band Baraka performs for a large and lively audience Sunday in the Argiro Student Center during the annual Solis Festival on the campus of Maharishi University of Management. The band performs traditional Algerian songs and original numbers by Amine Kouider, as well as reggae, flamenco and folk classics. Band members pictured are, from left, Opare Agyeman on congas, Karen Aoki on flute, David Hurlin on drums, Kouider on guitar and vocals, and James Moore on bass guitar.

Fairfield-based band Baraka performs for a large and lively audience Sunday in the Argiro Student Center during the annual Solis Festival on the campus of Maharishi University of Management. The band performs traditional Algerian songs and original numbers by Amine Kouider, as well as reggae, flamenco and folk classics. Band members pictured are, from left, Opare Agyeman on congas, Karen Aoki on flute, David Hurlin on drums, Kouider on guitar and vocals, and James Moore on bass guitar.