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  • Rachel Magoola

    Rachel Magoola, born of music teacher parents, started singing at an early age. She joined the school choir aged seven and sang throughout her youth both at school and her local church. Rachel trained as a music teacher and taught for eleven years at Namasagali College, a secondary school and read more

  • Sandra Nankoma

    Sandra Nankoma is a singer-songwriter and graduate of fine arts from Uganda. Her distinctive vocals cover jazz, soul music and ballads with a unique identity that breaks codes and pushes boundaries.

    In 2017, Nankoma was awarded Best Artist, Africa and the Caribbean by the Visa Pour la Creation project. This led read more

  • Sansa Troupe

    Sansa Troupe is a cultural organisation based in Kampala, comprised of youths of school-going age who are talented in the performing arts. In Uganda, sansa is the name given to a thumb piano (limba in Tanzania; mbira in Zimbabwe) - one of the traditional instruments that is used across most read more

  • Somi

    Born in Illinois to immigrants from Rwanda and Uganda, acclaimed vocalist and songwriter Somi has built a career of transatlantic sonicism and storytelling. She continues to craft a fiercely original way of song-making that straddles the worlds of African jazz, soul, and pop with a newfound ease and a voice read more

  • Sosolya Dance Academy

    Sosolya Dance Academy was founded in 2005. It's a group of young, talented and energetic artists who came together to organise themselves for a common cause. Sosolya Dance Academy now consists of around forty youth (aged 10 – 25) and five adult leaders. The group has bases in Kampala city read more

  • Suzan Kerunen

    Suzan Kerunen, popularly known as the Alur Queen, is a contemporary singer-songwriter from Uganda.

    Her sound is inspired by a mix of Njige, Agwara and Ndara drums, from her native homeland in northern Uganda, whilst she sings in Alur-Jonam (her mother tongue) as well as Kiswahili, English and other languages.

    Suzan Kerunen read more