Each age has its own one of a kind group people who disturb the rules and live the manner in which they see fit. For a few, craftsman and performer Asnakech Worku was one of the pioneers for her age. The great and talented sovereign of Kirar (a five-stringed instrument extensively used in standard Ethiopian music), Tizata Asnakech Worku, for the last basically 50 years remained to be an energy of the Ethiopian news source.
In the latest ten years, regardless, Asnakech contributed by far most of her energy in bed with a certifiable disorder related to her nerve. Every now and then, she kept her embodiment in the characters of the Ethiopian people with a couple of gatherings she accommodated the media. Again and again, she outlined, regardless, when cleared out and in bed, the whole day, her energy for music, her Kirar, and her fans kept her spirit up.
On Wednesday, September 14, 2011, nonetheless, for this star, it was the last day of her astonishing outing. At 76 years of age, Asnakech Worku kicked the bucket at Bete Zata Hospital in Addis Ababa.
The legend of her relationship with her music begins with the Kirar she bought with a quarter when she was a child. Asnakech thought herself to play Kirar and to sing impeccably close by it. She began performing at an energetic age in little bars and clubs in Addis Ababa as an Azmari.
She was also one of the primary performers in Ethiopia, making her presentation in 1952 at the City Hall Theater. Momentous for her age, especially during the ’50s, Asnakech staggered the stage with her sincere positions in halls that created a ruckus of the moderate society by then. Asnakech worked at the National Theater for seemingly forever before leaving during the 1980s. In a male decided news source by then, Asnakech is one of the relatively few who set off to break into the business and influence the hearts of millions.