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Parapanda Theatre Lab
Parapanda Theatre Lab (PTL), popularly known as Parapanda Arts, is based in the outskirts of Dar es Salaam. It is probably the nation's leading theatre organisation, whose broad objective is to promote theatre in Tanzania. The word parapanda is derived from a Kiswahili word meaning a traditional music instrument used read more
Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band
Pat Thomas is a Ghanaian vocalist and songwriter famed for his work in the highlife bands of Ebo Taylor and his own recordings of Afrobeat and Afro-pop.
Born in Agona, in the Ashanti Region, Thomas had music almost literally in his DNA: his father was a music theory instructor read more
Percussion Discussion Afrika
Percussion Discussion Afrika was founded in 1997 by Herman Ssewanyana. Already a celebrity in the Ugandan community, Herman has been performing and recording for over 25 years, renowned for his work with dancehall giants the Afrigo Band.
Percussion Discussion Afrika bases its music on original Ugandan tunes for traditional African instruments, read more
Peter Msechu was born in 1988 in Kigoma region, in the northern part of Tanzania close to the border with Burundi. He started singing aged ten when his father took him to join Kigoma Lutheran Church Choir, where at the time his father was the choir teacher.
[[[Peter’s mother read more
Some say Pigment was formed by accident, the band prefer to call it fate. When Nathalie Natiembé and Mounawar found themselves performing together at Kabardock, the two hit it off instantly and in came the magic of Pigment.
On one side the remarkably talented Nathalie and on the read more
Pungwa is a traditional Zanzibari spirit dance found in the northwest of Unguja, and this group is widely described as the most energetic performers in Zanzibar.
More than 150 years ago pungwa traditional spirit dance was established by Shaali Bambao in Bumbwini Makoba village. Shaali Bambao was lost in read more