A collaboration between Keiskamma Art Project, Keiskamma Music Academy and Kuru Art Project.
The Production “First Dances” explores interactions between the music and art of the Naro San people of Botswana, the Xhosa people of the Eastern Cape and Western classical traditions.

16 youth msuicians form Keiskamma Music Academy will be performing with backdrops made by Keiskamma Art Project. Art and craft articles will be for sale

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A collaboration between Keiskamma Art Project, Keiskamma Music Academy and Kuru Art Project.
The Production “First Dances” explores interactions between the music and art of the Naro San people of Botswana, the Xhosa people of the Eastern Cape and Western classical traditions.

16 youth msuicians form Keiskamma Music Academy will be performing with backdrops made by Keiskamma Art Project. Art and craft articles will be for sale

First Dances tour to the UK
The Academy tour to the UK is only some weeks away. Thanks to funding from DAC and the NLC 16 youth musicians are travelling!
Picturesd are Cebo Mvubu and Esethu Makhubalo are holding one of the banners for the production "First Dances"

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This week it was very special to have Cecily Salmon visit Hamburg and spend some time with us at the Music Academy. It was wonderful to host her and her husband Mark.
Thank you for your partnership with the Academy and our students which enables us all to achieve so much and to continue to make beautiful music in Hamburg. We wish them safe travels further with many butterflies and birds 😃 Thank you!

OUR VOLUNTEERS 2017/18

Let us introduce to you our two volunteers from Germany for this year. Here you can see "old" (😎) and new faces: Pauline has extended her voluntary service and is going to stay with us for another year! And we welcome to the KMA team our new volunteer: Bruno!

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