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  • Sousou & Maher Cissoko

    Expressive singing and rhythmically rocking music define this unique and charismatic duo. Together with their groovy Adouna Band they line up well-known artists from Senegal and Sweden on kora, guitar, percussion and bass, combining influences from reggae, mbalax, pop, folk, soul and blues. The combination of their rhythmic energy and read more
  • 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
  • Mlimani Park Orchestra

    Since their formation in 1978 Mlimani Park Orchestra have always been one of Tanzania's most popular bands, easily verified by audience turnouts and radio airplay. 40 years on, Mlimani Park Orchestra are still at the top when it comes to Tanzanian muziki wa dansi. The band set out with a read more
  • Joh Makini

    John Simon, aka Joh Makini hails from Arusha, a city with a highly credible "hard core" emergent Swahili hiphop scene. He has been involved in music since 1997 but it wasn't until 2004 that his name started to be spoken in almost reverential terms. This coincided with the release of read more
  • Jang’ombe Nursery School

    Jang'ombe School was established in 1982 with five classes, at nursery, junior and senior level, which have now grown to seven classes with a total of four hundred kids.   The school has a special traditional dance class, teaching different kinds of traditional dances from around Zanzibar and Tanzania. Having built up a read more
  • Imena Cultural Troupe

    Based in Kigali, Imena is a cultural association that has been performing Rwandan music, dance and culture for twenty years. Their show is spectacular and varied, ranging from powerful drumming to graceful dance, modern and expansive but firmly rooted in Rwandan traditions. Imena’s main focus is youth, especially orphans and other read more