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  • Bring the Noise

    [[[Africa 2007 is a three-year programme designed by the British Council to mark two anniversaries in Africa. Two hundred years ago the British government passed the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act. 2007 is also fifty years since Ghana gained its independence from Britain, being the first African country to read more
  • CAC Fusion

    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. They read more
  • Carola Kinasha & Shada

    Both Tanzanian and Maasai by tribe, Carola Kinasha was born as one of 8 children, in Longido, a remote village near the Kenyan border. Her father played accordion, her brothers played piano, organ and guitar, and her mother still sings in the village choir. Village life in Longido didn't mean read more
  • Celloman

    The Celloman project began in 2001 with the release of Aquador. Now a six piece band, Celloman has performed extensively around the UK including most of the big festivals such as Glastonbury and Womad. They have performed in Serbia twice and done a series of gigs in Spain. Their sound read more
  • Chidi Benz

    Chidi Benz aka King Kong (born Rashidi Abdallah Makwiro, in 1985) is presently one of Tanzania’s most respected hiphop artists and singers. He is the founder member and leader of LAFamilia group, based in Ilala district, Dar es Salaam. Chidi Benz is one of the more creative artists in the read more
  • Cocodo African Music Band

    Cocodo plays an exhilarating blend of Afro beat fusion - laced with jazz and Tanzanian rhythms - in the traditional Panyenje style. And with the recent addition of 2 contemporary trained dancers, their live performances have been described as pulsating and euphoric! Hailing from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Cocodo was formed read more