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This year Rachael was awarded the British Council and Arts Council Artists International development fund to travel to Uganda in August hosted by Tabuflo to research traditional and current forms...

My lovely interview in Uganda with the super talented Giovanni Kremer Kiyingi a Ugandan folk singer-songwriter and world music artist. Who is also a member of Safari Santuri.   [embed]https://soundcloud.com/creative-coffee-break/creative-cofffee-episode-1-giovanni-kremer-kiyingi-uganda[/embed]...

The percussion ensemble from Burundi , another east African country next door to Uganda. Dancers seen are from Ndere Troupe. The meaning of Ndere is flute. Mr Rwangenzi wanted to name...

Just a sample of what is to come next year when I develop my doc-series on traditional and contemporary dances of Uganda. Here we have a dance from Rwanda a...

  Amina teaching Baganda Bakisimba from the Central Region of Uganda...

Above is Traditional Ugandan Dance Pioneer Amina Namakula. For over 30 years Amina has choreographed, taught and developed dancers within the the various forms of traditional dance in Uganda. Here...