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Sosa-Xa Choir (Sounds of Southern Africa)

Summary
Intercultural Community Choir, - friendly choir open to all. Lead by Tonderai Phiri from Zimbabwe the choir sings songs in a variety of southern African languages -no auditions and no previous experience required. Just bring your love of singing. Join us at the Quaker Meeting House 10 St James St. S1 2EVV. Monday 7.30pm to 9.15pm (term time only) with extra support for beginners from 7pm.


Description

Sosa-Xa (Sounds of Sothern Africa ) is a friendly inter-cultural community choir open to all.    United by our love of Southern African music we learn to sing by ear and move Mbube style.  We have a lot of fun and welcome new members. No previous experience is required.  Our choir leader Tonde provides extra support for beginners and the less confident from 7pm ahead of the main choir meeting at 7.30pm.  You can find sample videos and song tracks on our facebook page and website - www. sosa-xa.org.uk. We perform at local festivals, celebrations, and other events and fundraise to support community arts and youth projects in Zimbabwe.  The choir was founded by members of Sunduza Dance Theatre from Buloweyo (www.sunduza.org) and we have maintained strong links with their projects in southern Africa.

The choir meets every Monday in term time in the centre of Sheffield at the Quaker Meeting House,10 St James St, Sheffield S1 2EW. The last meeting this term is Monday 10th December  2018. The start date for next term will be posted soon.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Jane
Telephone
07422 966150
E-mail
info@sosa-xa.org.uk - jtbookings1@gmail.com
Website
SOSA-XA! Sounds of Southern Africa

Where to go

Name
Quaker Meeting House
Address
10
St James Street
Sheffield
S Yorkshire
Postcode
S1 2EW

When is it on?

Time / Date Details
Meeting every Monday during term time 7.30pm-9.15pm (beginners coaching from 7pm)
Time of day
Evening
Days
Monday

Last Updated
11/12/2018
Keywords
community, choir, Africa, sing, dance
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