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The German Jazztrio CNIRBS inspired the audience at National Theatre

On 15th October the Jazztrio CNIRBS from Hamburg played an astonishing concert at the National Theatre in collaboration with Joel Sebunjo and Lawrence Okello. The experimental composed Jazz mixed with traditional stringed instruments from Uganda resulted in a unique musical experience.
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    Your Radio, your Voice, your Instrument

    Facilitated by Jonas Hummel, a German sound technician and musician, the GZK/UGCS organized a 10 day workshop leading to the 7th Bayimba international Festival of the ArtsMore ...

    2nd Sadolin MabARTi Challenge

    The Sadolin MabARTi Challenge was created to support the presence of art in public space. 28 visual Ugandan artists created original artworks on mabaati sheets all over Kampala.More ...

    The 8th LaBa! Arts Festival - "The City is our Space"

    The LaBa! has developed since 2007 and turned into one of the biggest festivals in Uganda, even being mentioned in the “Lonely Planet” travel guide.More ...

    A Portrait of Rehema Nanyonga

    With her GIRL BE PROJECT Rehema Nanyonga not only gives young girls the opportunity to express their creativity in dance and art, but also supports them in educational challenges and opens up future job perspectives for them.More ...

    Burnt Friedman meets Hakim Kiwanuka

    On the 10th of October Burnt Friedman and Hakim Kiwanuka created a unforgettable sound experience in the garden of the GZK/UGCS.More ...
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