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Plays at Freswota Nakamal, sakari store (Bladinière) and Teouma Nakamal.

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I am a solo artist, however would love to start a band soon and produce an album. I have written songs for Hoobz and other low-key bands in Vanuatu. I love writing songs during my leisure time on any topics including youth, corruption, health, love, an afternoon day out and anything that amuses me.

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Leonard Oscar is a talented bass player from Tanzania. He participated to Music Bridges event in Mozambique and played with Maputo Band in a joint performed on Na Rendere song.

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The Leweton Cultural Group hail from the remote northern tropical islands of Vanuatu and they travel the world performing the Na Mao and Nelang dances as a prelude to the mystical water music, dressed in their traditional costumes of Gaua and Mere Lava made from flowers and leaves, coconuts and pandanus. Their performance is truly mesmerizing as they reimagine the old with contemporary expressions of Matto - bringing together traditional beats and rhythms with ukelele-led melodies and soaring vocal harmonies. The Leweton Cultural Group will also facilitate traditional weaving, cooking, percussion, and storytelling workshops.

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Creative Development for Further Arts

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Great music with lots of fun

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Looboo is an artist

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SIMANGAVOLE perform the traditional yet powerful Maloya rhythm, the music of the slaves of Réunion island, a French territory located in the Indian Ocean between Mauritius and Madagascar. Maloya is usually sung in Réunion Creole, traditionally with a purely percussion accompaniment. Maloya can be compared to the American music of the blues, often lyrically reflective speaking of the woes of life, slavery and poverty and is similar in its chant-response structure. Maloya also has links to Sega, the folk music of the Mascarene Islands which comprise Mauritus, Rodrigues, Seychelles and Réunion.  Maloya was banned until the sixties because of its strong

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Art student at Maputo University, he loves art in all expressions. He is a painter and poet, and recently discovered a new interest for photography and videos. He joined the three-weeks photo and video training, led by Cristina Panicali in Bilene and Maputo, and together with the Music Bridges Mozambique Media Team, he collaborated to the production of photo and video documentation of the event.

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