The much publicised “Kumabhebhi Masquerade Concert” which was held at the Book Cafe on Friday managed to live up to expectations as female musicians Cindy Munyavi and Clare Nyakudjara proved that women can perform and thrill without their male counterparts.
Cindy delivered a top-notch performance and serenaded revellers as she churned out some of her love songs like “Ndidzorere Moyo Wangu” and “Parere Moyo”, among others.
It was when she belted out her last song for the night, a remix of “One Way” by the late Simon “Chopper” Chimbetu that patrons could not help but put on their dancing shoes.
She later paved way for her partner Clare, who managed to do justice to her task with a good act.
In an interview with The Herald Entertainment after the show, Cindy highlighted that she was overwhelmed with the response the show got from their fans, whom she applauded for their steadfast support.
“Everything went well, I personally loved it, we wanted a concert situation whereby people will be seated enjoying the music and this is exactly what we got. We didn’t want people all over the place.
“I am also grateful with the turnout, it was encouraging. When we launched Kumabhebhi we wanted people to get out of their houses to see what women are doing, we wanted to have a combined effort and prove that women can do it,” said Cindy.
She highlighted that they are going to have two more concerts before the year ends and the themes of the concerts are yet to be finalised and revealed.