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Scarborough Art Gallery
Furaha Mussanzi and Bridget Cousins invite you to join in a celebration of song rooted in traditional Congolese music. Music is one of the most important cultural expressions shared by Congolese people across the world. This uplifting workshop will enable you to learn about and explore this for yourself.
Furaha is a community activist, storyteller and singer/songwriter, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo. She is passionate about her faith, social justice and using creativity to build bridges and promote peace. A singer/songwriter and celtic harpist, Bridget performs regularly contemporary and traditional folk music and has led Natural Voice singing workshops for many years. Bridget is one half of folk duo, The Blow Ins.
This is a bookable event. Refreshments will be available.