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Artists: Year > 2010
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  • 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
  • Sowers Group

    The Sowers Group fuse East African gospel harmonies with contemporary grooves and traditional rhythms from DR Congo, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. Their first album, 70x7 was mixed and mastered in South Africa. Their more recent album, Cheza! (Dance!), was produced under Australia's Translator Records and is now available worldwide. The Sowers Group read more
  • Swahili Encounters

     During the week leading up to the festival, Busara Promotions works in collaboration with Zanzibar’s Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA), offering a treasured space for invited participants to meet and create new music. Over four days the artists experiment, develop and rehearse new compositions, or reinterpret songs from the Swahili-speaking read more
  • Swifatui Abraar Group

    Swifatui Abraar Group have been going since 2007. The group was started by three young men, Hassan Kumbi, Hassan Ahmada and Mashaka Kumbi, and more recently has expanded to seven artists. Their main aims are to educate and entertain Muslims and non-Muslims alike by using qasida to promote positive images read more
  • Tausi Women's Taarab

    Tausi Women’s Taarab presents a revolution in a very traditional genre: Zanzibar’s first all-female taarab orchestra where all the instruments are played by women and accompanied by women singers. The Tausi Taarab orchestra was formed in 2009 and presents music in the tradition of classical taarab style. Dating back to the read more
  • Thandiswa

    From the very beginning, Thandiswa Mazwai has always been at the forefront of change. Born in the rural homeland of Transkei, she grew up in Soweto during the '80s, as part of the “Soweto generation”, who witnessed the violent dismantling of apartheid and the growth of a free South Africa. read more