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MUSIC WORKSHOP “ELECTRONIC SOUNDSCAPES” - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS –

MUSIC WORKSHOP “ELECTRONIC SOUNDSCAPES” - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS –

Institut Français du Nigeria and Goethe-Institut Nigeria are organizing a second Electronic Music workshop as a follow-up to the very successful first edition that took place in 2015. The workshop is aimed at expanding the scope of Nigerian music’s already booming scene and previously featured 6 participants from DJs to music producers.
Nigeria boasts a very rich musical tradition. Alongside the traditional music forms and percussion-based style found in its diverse cultural regions, the scene has, over time, been shaped by Western influences from the 50s and 60s (Highlife and Afrobeat) through the 80s and 90s (Hip hop and R & B).At the turn of the millennium, increasingly electronic elements came into the various music styles, which nonetheless retained their traditional rhythmic structures. More ...

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