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The Cultural Arts Centre (CAC) dancers and musicians are an extremely active and energetic troupe. Their 14 members draw from various ethnic backgrounds to create high energy performances that feature different styles of music and dance from Tanzania including traditional and newly-created dances, and combinations that fuse both.
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Diana Samkange ‘MaNgwenya’
Diana Samkange, aka ‘MaNgwenya’ is a Zimbabwean musician based in Harare.
She started her career with an urban music group called 2BG (Two Boys & A Girl) but after a short stint was groomed by the legendary Zimbabwean Afro-Jazz musician Tanga Wekwa Sando, who intensively tutored her vocal read more
Ernest Ikwanga is renowned for his very personal and unique guitar playing. He also composes, produces and is a sound engineer. He started his music journey whilst still at school in 2006, when he released his first solo album Love Your Neighbour. A year later, together with friends, Ernest created read more
Fatma Zidan is an Egyptian based in Denmark. She is a singer and songwriter who began as a classically-trained harpist aged only 8, then later switched focus to vocals.
Fatma worked with the Cairo Opera while attending Music University, where she immersed herself deeply in the roots of Arabic traditional read more
Grace Matata is a Kilimanjaro Music Awards nominee and afro-soul singer/songwriter from Tanzania. She describes her music as “a unique blend of Swahili soul, RnB and jazz with a special touch of poetry and light, heartwarming melodies”.
Grace has garnered a considerable and loyal fan base since dropping read more