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  • Fatma Zidan

    Fatma Zidan is an Egyptian based in Denmark. She is a singer and songwriter who began as a classically-trained harpist aged only 8, then later switched focus to vocals.

    Fatma worked with the Cairo Opera while attending Music University, where she immersed herself deeply in the roots of Arabic traditional read more

  • Fredy Massamba

    All singing, all dancing, hiphop-ing bottle player Freddy Massamba returns to Zanzibar with his own line-up. Deeply grounded in his Central African roots, his music is a smooth blend of soul, hiphop and funk. Having enjoyed an 11 year career in Europe he has accompanied a varied array of read more

  • Ghorwane

    In the hot and dusty Gaza province of Mozambique there is a small lake called Ghorwane that never runs dry, even in the hottest season. In 1983, a group of young musicians in Maputo, took the name Ghorwane as they launched their musical career. Today they are one of Mozambique's read more

  • Grace Barbé

    Grace Barbé hails from the Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles, where a colourful history of slavery, pirates, coups d’etat and coconuts have produced a unique Kreol rhythm, language and culture.

    Drawing from the diverse cultural melange of the islands, Grace’s trio fuses the tropical rhythms and dances read more

  • Guiss Guiss Bou Bess

    The vision of Guiss Guiss Bou Bess is to preserve the cultural heritage of Senegal while at the same time making it more accessible for the world beyond. Theirs is the merging of two artists and two worlds: Mara Seck (Senegal) & Stephane Costantini (France). Their captivating collaboration provides read more

  • HAJAmadagascar and The Groovy People

    When HAJAmadagascar and his band turn up the heat, even the coolest audience melts after just a short time with a show that generates immense energy around its charismatic guitarist, singer, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, and above all showman. "Our music reflects our being", he says. "We love our traditions, but read more