AFRICAN CREATIVITY, AN EXPORT WITH STRONG POTENTIAL

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Lopes Carlos

by Carlos Lopes

2015-06-20
 

Every day, Africa’s creative talents are hitting the headlines. In Cape Town, the voices of the South African opera stars Andiswa Kedama and Pauline Malefane are captivating the public  in U-Carmen eKhayelitsha, a Xhosa adaptation of Bizet’s famous opera. In Agadez, Bombino, an internationally acclaimed guitarist, author and composer hailed as the new Jimi Hendrix, is enthralling spectators with his words and music promoting change.

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