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One of Zimbabwe’s most acclaimed singer/songwriter’s, Netsayi’s music describes a personal journey, bringing together her many facets as a musician and as a Zimbabwean woman. She has developed a distinctive sound, combining jazzy vocals with mbira-inspired grooves; sometimes adding the subtle lilt of a reggae baseline or the sudden crack of a hip-hop rim. Her sound is playful as well as emotionally intense and sultry. Based for some years in London, she has played live on BBC Radio, has performed at the London Jazz Festival, Spitz, ICA, Royal Festival Hall and at WOMAD. We’re delighted to welcome this extraordinary Zimbabwean artist back to HIFA.



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Dr K Sextet

Formed at the Royal College of Music in 2009, the group sets out to perform a wide variety of contemporary music and work with young composers.

Individually members of the group are active in the London music scene, playing with groups including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonia and the English Chamber Orchestra as well as performing as chamber musicians at all the major London venues including the Purcell Room, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall and St John’s Smith’s Square.


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