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Millicent Chapanda Week in Outsideleft

Next week is mbira musician, Millicent Chapanda week in OUTSIDELEFT, don't miss it!

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by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: January, 2020
Millicent's music, the music she listens to and loves and way more, all next week...
by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: January, 2020
Millicent's music, the music she listens to and loves and way more, all next week...

Millicent Chapanda Week in Outsideleft....Hey everybody... - We couldn't be more excited than we are at sharing the news that one of the stars of the next OUTSIDELEFT NIGHT OUT, Millicent Chapanda will be with us all every day next week when it's Millicent Chapanda week in outsideleft.

We'll be featuring a massive interview about Millicent's musical roots, her Zimbabwean heritage and working as she does with Birmingham's Sanctuary, Music For Refugees Program. There's be style tips, learn how to dress like Millicent, lists of essential mbira LPs and way, way more...

Mbira musician Millicent Chapanda is on a vibrant mission to bring the lived experience of women in Zimbabwe onto international world music stages. Millicent performs as a solo artist or with her duo, 'Sisters in Mbira' and in different collaborative projects. Millicent has performed at the Moseley Folk & Arts Festival, Afrika Festival Hertme, Birmingham's Symphony Hall (THSH), Shambala Festival and most recently in Bearwood supporting Bearwood Action for Refugees at the torchlight procession through Warley Woods.

Millicent Chapanda week in outsideleft starts on Monday. Come back for it...
 


Essential Info:
Millicent Chapanda Week is coming to OUTSIDELEFT
MILLICENT CHAPANDA WEEK: My Music, My Life
MILLICENT CHAPANDA WEEK: Mbira Music Starts Here
MILLICENT CHAPANDA WEEK: You Can Hear What I hear
Outsideleft Night Out with Millicent and Germa
MillicentChapanda.com

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