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  • El Tanbura Group

    Under the direction of Zakaria Ibrahim, "El Tanbura" was established in 1989. Based in Port Said, at the entrance to the Suez Canal, the troupe is ideally placed to influence positively the status of popular art and its performers in its home area. Although only seven participate in this festival, read more

  • Elemotho

    Elemotho Gaalelekwe Richardo Mosimane is a Namibian born musician who composes, records and plays his own music. Elemotho plays acoustic guitar and sings in his mother-tongue Setswana as well as other Namibian languages.

     

    Through his music, Elomotho turns oppression into liberation and failure into triumph, where past, present and future is read more

  • Erik Aliana

    Erik Aliana’s sharp erudition and soft energy have earned him status as a key African artist in Europe. If he lives now in Paris, Erik Aliana grew up between Yaounde and Badissa, a village in central Cameroon. A cultural divide and two ways of life that have marked his understanding read more

  • Evans 'Pfumela' Mapfumo

    Evans 'Pfumela' Mapfumo is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Zimbabwe. His music is inspired by real events including war, poverty and child abuse, enriched with messages encouraging peace, love and unity.

    His band has a vibrant stage presence, fusing traditional rhythms played on marimba and mbira with acoustic guitar and other read more

  • Fadhilee Itulya

     

    Fadhilee is a Kenyan "world music" artist who shares and collaborates with other artists, produces innovative shows and works for the development of the East African arts scene. His music is inspired by an old style of Kenyan guitar music played with thumb and index finger called omutibo. This read more

  • Fanie Fayar

    Fanie Fayar is a singer-songwriter and dancer from Congo Brazzaville. Her music, dubbed ‘Nsangi Groove-Soul’ uniquely combines pop, funk and soul rhythms with traditional instruments, including sanza, balafon, ndara and tam-tam.

    Fanie Fayar is known for her extraordinary alchemy and boundless energy on stage.

    With her eclectic music and exceptional voice, she read more