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Artists: Genre > acoustic
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  • Sanaa Taarab

    Sanaa Taarab was born in 1983, after the then Zanzibar Ballet group stopped its activities. In its early years the group managed to perform by borrowing equipment from Culture Musical Club, with whom they have a long and positive relationship. Currently the group has twenty artists who are employed by 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
  • Seckou Keita Quartet +

    It was under the guidance of his uncle Solo Cissokho (see Ellika & Solo; Sauti za Busara Festival 2007) that Seckou Keita launched his international career in 1996, with appearances at Norway's Forde Festival, in a collaboration with Cuban, Indian and Scandinavian musicians.   In following years, Keita relocated to UK, while read more
  • SinaUbi & Zawose Spirit Group

    Dr Hukwe Ubi Zawose, one of Tanzania’s music legends who spent much of his life touring the world, died suddenly in 2003. The legacy of his musical dynasty lives on.   SinaUbi & Zawose Spirit Group create the bridge connecting past and present generations, delivering a new and unique blend of traditional read more
  • Taarab - Kidumbak Group

    Launched at Zanzibar’s Dhow Countries Music Academy (DCMA) in 2014 and comprising of DCMA teachers and students, the Taarab - Kidumbak Group was formed to participate in a competition to tour in America. Since then, they participated in three highly acclaimed tours in the summer of 2015. The first at read more
  • Tarabband

    Nadin was born 1980 and raised in Baghdad, Iraq and Cairo, Egypt into an artistic family. She studied the classical western Violin in Iraq but had to escape the war in Iraq year 2003 after surviving Gulf war 1 and 2. As a refugee in Sweden she wanted to make read more