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  • Inganzo Ngari

    Inganzo Ngari is a traditional Rwandan dance troupe that was created in 2006 to promote the Rwandan folkloric dance among youth, and their welfare through art and culture. Inganzo Ngari officially reigns as the best of the existing troupes, as certified by various competitions and evaluation by competent bodies. Inganzo has built a read more
  • Zanzibar Taarab Ensemble

    The Zanzibar Taarab Ensemble captures the great energy of western Indian Ocean cultural expression and has a program of great variety, easily appreciated by any audience interested in hearing instrumental and vocal colours, tonalities and techniques of the fusion of Arab and African music.   The high quality of the performers read more
  • Moyize

    Moyize (Mutangana Moise) is a young emerging Rwandan singer and composer who had been involved in many different projects at the University Centre for Arts and Drama of the National University of Rwanda for 7 years.   Moyize is one of the founding members of Ikobe Muzik Group with which he toured read more
  • Dulla Makabila

    Singeli evolved from mchiriku, with Wazaramo coastal sounds, segere and bongo flava in the mix, to create an exciting and energetic electro style that is uniquely Tanzanian. Its rhythms are fast-paced, loopy and repetitive, with rapid-fire vocals articulating often humorous but pertinent stories over rolling, percussive beats. Singeli is not a read more
  • Matona's Cultural Band

    Matona's Cultural Band is comprised of musicians from Zanzibar and mainland Tanzania. Mohamed Issa Haji 'Matona' is one of Zanzibar's most legendary musicians. He is a teacher at the Dhow Countries Music Academy and has been performing music for over 40 years.   For the past two years Matona has been read more
  • Tritonik

    Eric Triton, the Mauritian blues sun, dawns on an adventurous musical journey: Tritonik. This time they are three and they do shine, soulfully, as one. A Sega tainted Blues groove spiced up with African rhythms and Indian fire, Eric Triton fuses with fellow countrymen, Norbert Planel, on percussions, and Shakti read more