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  • Bismillahi Gargar

    The group’s name is derived from the Somali words bismillahi meaning “in the name of Allah” and gargar meaning ‘joining or bringing together’. Bismillahi Gargar is a collective group of women of Somali origin from Garissa, North Eastern Kenya. Formed in 2003 with the purpose of reminding people of read more
  • Black Roots

    Black Roots Cultural Group has been immersed in the islands' arts scene for many years. Apart from their regular drama plays broadcast on TV Zanzibar, the group is reinterpreting local traditional dances. The potent messages they convey through their music and drama reach all levels of society in Tanzania and read more
  • Bonaya Doti

    Born in 1974 in Marsabit, north-eastern Kenya, Bonaya Doti began his music career after years as a community activist for social change. He hails from the Konso, an ethnic group assimilated by the larger Borana community. He sings in the Borana language, with its inimical afro-arabic Cushitic style. Whilst strongly 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
  • Camirata Group

    Sudan is a massively diverse country, geographically and politically linking the Middle East to the rest of Africa. Sudan has been a musical crossroads for centuries, with a long extending history intertwined with that of its neighboring countries - Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Central Republic, Chad and Libya. The read more
  • Capoeira Brazil Zanzibar

    Grupo Capoeira Brasil was founded in 1989 by Mestre Boneco, Mestre Paulinho Sabiá and Mestre Paulão Ceará. Grupo Capoeira Brasil has now spread internationally with over 1,300 groups and 400 instructors. Capoeira Brasil Zanzibar is led by Mestre Juruna Mestre Biriba and Mestre Popoban.  They have been training young Zanzibaris at read more