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Music (alternative rock, ambient, improvisation, jazz, theatre music, traditional African music)
Performing Arts (dance / modern)
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Grzegorz Welizarowicz was born in Gdansk on 17.02.1972. Bass player, guitarist, vocalist, drummer and actor.

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communication, multi-culturalism
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Music (ethnic, folk)
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Lawrence Okey Ugwu was born and grew up in Nigeria, but he found a stage for his artistic realization in the north of Poland. He brought his African inspirations here and since the 80’s he’s been working on popularizing cultural variety in Central Europe. As a dance instructor,...

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Music (composition, general)
Performing Arts (circus arts, Clown, performance)
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Alexandre Pedro is a Lisbon based composer and performer; he originally trained in music (piano) at the Seixal School of Jazz before shifting his interest to circus which brought him to Londonís Circus Space.

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Modu
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children & youth, earth, emigration, interculturalism, mysticism, oral tradition
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Media Arts (radio arts)
Music (griot, sacred music, Wolof)
Performing Arts (children & youth, storytelling)
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Mamadou Sene´s life has not only been an incredible geographical journey, from Senegal, to Gambia to the Nordic Country of Sweden;but also a journey through much cultural variety and territory. Born in the nomadic tribe of Fulani in West Senegal , Mamadou´s music brought him to the...

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"Ethno Trio Troitsa"
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diversity, homeland, identity, interculturalism, myth, tradition
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Music (ethnic, folk)
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Take a few spoons of oriental inspirations, add some scandinavian climates and flavour it with chilly souce of rock guitars. Now pour it into a boiling pot of Belarusian folk music. If you mix it really well you will taste the best dish served by Troitsa.

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