Janzi Connection of Musical Mastery: Ssewa Ssewa & Prof. Sempeke Discuss the Janzi & Endongo(Part 2)

Janzi Connection of Musical Mastery: Ssewa Ssewa & Prof. Sempeke Discuss the Janzi & Endongo(Part 2)

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Join us for an enlightening conversation about the fascinating world of traditional Ugandan musical instruments. Ssewa Ssewa, an expert in the Janzi instrument, and Prof. Sekitoleko John Sempeke, a master of the Boulyre, share their insights and talents in this engaging discussion. Discover the rich history and cultural significance of these instruments and enjoy captivating performances. Don’t miss this unique musical journey.

#UgandanInstrument #JanziInstrument
#Boulyre #CulturalHeritage

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