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Gospel song uplifts women – NewsDay

BY AGATHA CHUMA
UP-AND-COMING gospel artiste Kudakwashe Madzima (22) believes his music will go a long way in uplifting and comforting those struggling with life.

Madzima told NewsDay Life & Style that his song titled Aripo Jeso was influenced by women who struggle in life, but don’t give up.

Featuring Shamiso Madzima, Aripo Jeso was produced by Ngonidzaishe Madzima under a production company called Mega Punch Records.

Madzima explains the importance of sticking to God’s word and trusting in him.

“In trying times that we are, I realised that women are suffering the most and this track is dedicated to them as it urges them to stick to prayer as their fortress,” said Madzima.

“By giving examples of Sarah from the Bible l wanted to encourage them that there is nothing impossible here on earth as long as we trust in God.”

“Gospel music is a style of Christian music that has both inspired and drawn me into ministering the word of God at such a young age and has deeply influenced me in my whole life,” he said.

Madzima said he was motivated by other gospel artistes to join the genre.

“I loved gospel music particularly because whenever I listen to other artistes sing there are a number of lessons deduced from those songs, hence I favoured gospel,” he said.

Although Aripo Jeso is a dedication to women, it also carries a message of inspiration to everyone that all trust should be given to God who handles situations without failure.

Madzima also advised the youths that they should embrace gospel music as a way of ministering the word.

He urged other up-and-coming gospel musicians to solder on, preaching the word through music.

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Mai Tt Drops Masibambaneni Teaser – New Zimbabwe.com

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By Mandipa Masenyama


FAN favourite Zimbabwean social media personality Felistas Murata, popularly known as Mai Tt, has dropped an exquisite teaser of a new track which features the phenomenal Afro pop vocalist Sandra Ndebele titled Masibambaneni.

Mai Tt dropped the teaser of Masibambaneni featuring the Bulawayo queen on her social media pages and captioned it “Harare, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe are you ready. Dropping Soon.”

With over excitement, Sandra posted a picture of her, and Mai Tt clad in traditional attire and captioned it “She is in Blues”, before releasing a video of the priceless moments she had with the social media personality in the studio recording the song.

Fans applauded the duo for doing a project together and expressed how anxious they are for the track to be finally released.

“Well-done ladies keep up the good work, we are proud of you and we can’t wait,” one fan said.

“Well done ladies ngasibambaneni ngempela. Even here in South Africa we are waiting,” another fan said.

The to-be-released song is a mixture of Shona and Ndebele which advocates for peace, encouraging people to be one and to love each other.

The multi-talented comedian has featured in many songs with artists from different genres, including Jiti musician Baba Harare.

Mai Tt recently dropped the popular gospel song but with a different twist titled Rumbidzwai Jehovah which fans also applauded her for as the praise song came with a few additional lyrics that touched the hearts of many.

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International artists dazzle at the UGA Performing Arts Center – University of Georgia

Northeast Georgia’s home for excellence in the performing arts is the UGA Performing Arts Center. Over the course of 11 days in January and February, Hodgson Concert Hall will welcome singers from Africa, a string quartet from Scandinavia and a company of dancers and musicians from Mexico.

The vocal quintet Nobuntu (Jan. 25, 7:30 p.m.) is a group of multitalented women from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. They sing traditional songs, gospel and Afro-jazz, rounding out their a cappella sound and vibrant presentation with percussion and dance. In addition to a mainstage concert, they will give a morning Performance for Young People, welcoming schoolchildren from the area, and a free midday workshop that is open to all.

The Danish String Quartet (Jan. 29, 7:30 p.m.) is one of the most acclaimed chamber ensembles performing today. Their long-awaited concert opens with Schubert’s intense “Death and the Maiden” quartet, continues with music by Robert Schumann, and closes with their own arrangements of Scandinavian and British folk songs. 

Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández (Feb. 4, 7:30 p.m.) travels to Athens from the Palacio de Bellas Artes, one of Mexico City’s most historic venues. The company is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a program of mesmerizing dances and thrilling music that traces Mexico’s entire rich history. For this event, the Performing Arts Center has joined forces with the UGA Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute to provide 100 tickets to Mexicans and other Latinos in the Athens area. The company will also give a performance for young people.

Further international concerts in the UGA Performing Arts Center’s 25th anniversary season include the classical chamber music ensemble Trio con Brio Copenhagen (March 14), Irish acoustic ensemble Lúnasa (March 24), Austrian comic band Mnozil Brass (March 29), Edgar Meyer and the Scottish Ensemble (April 1) and the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain (April 3).

To learn more about UGA Performing Arts Center events, visit pac.uga.edu.

For a complete list of UGA Presents performances, visit https://pac.uga.edu/organizer/uga-presents.

Three ways to order

  1. Purchase tickets online at pac.uga.edu.
  2. Call the Performing Arts Center box office at 706-542-4400, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  3. Visit the UGA Performing Arts Center box office, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (five-minute parking is available in the drop off circle at the Performing Arts Center for purchasing or picking up tickets.)

COVID protocols

For information about the Performing Arts Center’s COVID-19 protocols, visit pac.uga.edu/safety-first. will be in place for all performances occurring through May 2022. Patrons may exchange tickets for another performance (including those in spring 2022) or receive a full refund until noon on the day of the performance, if occurring on a weekday, or by Friday at 5 p.m. if occurring on a weekend.

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Gospel Choir, steel pan, marimba, zentangle all here for arts festival's Winter Edition – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

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Twenty years ago, Bobby Lewis and Eustace Johnson agreed to come to Fairbanks to lead a gospel choir for the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival. It was intended to be a one-time visit.

One year stretched into every year, every summer and winter, and 2022 will mark the 20th annual year for the popular musical duo to visit. They are here under the umbrella of Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival Winter Edition. This is just one of several workshops offered at this year’s Winter Edition for the longtime arts festival.

The gospel choir is open to anyone who loves to sing, ages 15 and older, with any level of experience. No training or ability to read music is necessary. Rehearsals are 6-8 p.m. Feb. 14-19 at University Community Presbyterian Church, 3510 College Road. The performance is 5 p.m. Feb. 20 at Journey Christian Church, 1201 Hoselton Road. Register at www.fsaf.org. Cost is $80.

Steel pan

CJ Menge, a nationally known musician and instructor, will teach steel pan courses. He is the founder and executive director of Inside Out Steelband, a nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas. Since 1996, he has developed many school and community steel bands in Austin and elsewhere. He continues to serve as an artist-in-residence or director with several of these programs. He has worked with K-12 and university programs throughout the country.

For Winter Edition, he will teach Intro to Steel Pans and a more advanced class. The intro workshop is for anyone who has never had steel pan classes, as well as folks with a bit of steel pan experience. No keyboard or music-reading skills are required. Instruments will be provided for participants.

The second workshop is for students who have already developed some mastery of the pans. Music reading skills and at least one year of experience playing steel pans is required. Instruments will be provided. This workshop will be held 7-9 p.m. Feb. 14-18 at The Music Room. Cost is $85.

Marimba

Jim Levine and Jenny Stroyeck will teach marimba classes. Beginning/intermediate Zimbabwe marimba workshops will be held 5-6:30 p.m. Feb. 28 through March 4 at The Music Room, 407 First Ave. Cost is $75.

Advanced Zimbabwe marimba workshops will be held 7-9 p.m. Feb. 28 through March 4, also at The Music Room. Cost is $85.

Zentangle

Sandra Wescott will lead a zentangle drawing workshop.

Zentangle is a method for creating beautiful images by drawing repeating patterns. It’s easy to learn, using simple tools and a small format. It’s fun. It’s mediative and no experience is necessary.

This workshop is 10 a.m. to noon on Feb. 19 at University Community Presbyterian Church, 3510 College Road. Cost is $40.

Register for all these workshops at www.fsaf.org. Masking is required at all workshops and performances for participants and guest instructors as part of the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival’s Covid policy.

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