19 July 2006. Popular Mozambican musician Stewart Sukuma leads a workshop under the title Nurturing the Mozambican imagination. Guests Dr Salomao Manhica, director of the Mozambique national institute of communications, and keyboard player Joao Carlos Schwalbach will examine the role of traditional and popular music in Mozambican culture and society. Sukuma combines African and Brazilian rhythms and sings in English, Portuguese and several African languages. He won the UNESCO music award in Mozambique in 1998 and became the first Mozambican to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He has performed internationally with Angelique Kidjo, Abdullah Ibrahim, Oumou Sangare, Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba among others. 17.00.
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Sukuma leads music workshop.
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