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Tagné Tebu- Improvisation

Tagné Tebu was born in Cameroon and is a composer, multi instrumentalist and educator. This unique afternoon is aimed at musicians of any discipline and level- particularly tailored for classical and other musicians who have never improvised before to begin in a supportive, collaborative environment. We will not be focusing so much on scales and […]

Amani Creatives

https://youtu.be/5wEqp0mbWDQ Tagné Tebu is a founding member and Artistic Director of Amani Creatives. Amani Creatives is a not-for-profit organisation based in Manchester, which promotes the arts, heritage and development of Africa. Tagne’s role in the organisation consists of supporting emerging  and professional artists of African origin in order to increase their ambitions, exposure and employability. He […]

Amani live – November

African Diaspora at Nexus Art Cafe. An exciting, up-and-coming artist collective, Amani Creatives are bringing the hottest, new talent from the African diaspora to the heart of Manchester in this monthly, family-friendly event. Come and experience the polyphonic singing of the Central Africa Pygmies’, Intore dance, irresistible Rumba, Mutwashi, Agwaya and Soukous beats, provocative Easter African […]

Rainbow Haven choir

Musicians without Borders has a long-term relationship with Rainbow Haven and we are always glad when they can run singing sessions at our drop-ins. In 2011 they trained the Rainbow Haven choir to sing for Refugee Week in Salford which created a lovely atmosphere for everyone at the drop-in that day. The workshops were led […]

Stone Flowers

Musicians without Borders support refugee torture survivors with their rehabilitation through our ground-breaking music project Stone Flowers. In partnership with Freedom from Torture NW, we work with their clients to write poems, song lyrics and melodies, learning new instruments and singing in each other’s languages. Song-writing with torture survivors A video message from Stone Flowers

Jumping the Hurdles

Considering issues around employment and skill development for artists wanting to work in participatory arts. The session will be practical, fun, challenging and interactive. With Peter Moser from More Music and composer/producer/educator Serge Tebu, thursday 31st  october, 11.30AM – 1PM at Platforma Conference at Martin Harris Centre, The University of Manchester.