Saturday: 2:20 PM on the Urban Roots Stage.
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Heshima Moja

Heshima Moja, a composer, songwriter, bassist, vocalist, and bandleader, blends creativity, cultural heritage, and visionary foresight. Rooted in a deep connection to music and global cultures, his work transcends conventional labels. Heshima’s performances invite audiences to feel and experience art as a catalyst for introspection and societal reflection.

Balancing tradition and innovation, Heshima’s music bridges the past and future, showcasing the power of music to transcend time and space. As a storyteller, he uses the universal language of music to reflect our shared humanity.

On stage, Heshima captivates with his authentic and passionate presence, merging intensity and grace to transport audiences beyond the physical world. His relentless pursuit of innovation pushes the boundaries of music, while his commitment to cultural preservation highlights the transformative role of artists.

Heshima embodies the spirit of exploration and the power of art to inspire change, reminding us of the arts' role in shaping a more inclusive and empathetic world. Through his music, he challenges us to listen with our hearts and reimagine our place in the global tapestry of cultures.

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The Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival takes place on July 12th – 13th, 2024 in the streets surrounding Stearns Square.

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This festival is produced by Blues To Green, a nonprofit organization that harnesses music and the arts to celebrate community and culture, build shared purpose, and catalyze social and environmental change.
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