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POLYPHONICA in a learning process of "Shosholoza" (7/4/2017).

This is a traditional miner's song, originally sung by groups of men from the Ndebele ethnic group who travelled by steam train from their homes in Zimbabwe to work in South Africa's diamond and gold mines. The song was usually sung by working miners in time with the rhythm of swinging their axes to dig, thus alleviating boredom and stress and make the hard work seem easier. The word Shosholoza or "chocholoza" means  in Ndebele "go forward or make way for the next man". In contemporary times, its meaning is to show support for any struggle. Nowadays it is considered as second National Anthem of South Africa.

Friday, 7 April 2017
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An intercultural, interactive musical circus theatre in which 60 people took part, originating from all parts of the world. Locals, immigrants, refugees and travelers under the guidance of Fred Norman and his collaborators, created this show, proving that community spirit and close collaboration can achieve wonders!

 

Wednesday, 22 February 2017
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Famous Soundpainter Ceren Oran introduces some pleasant gestures to the children during a three-day seminar.

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Sunday, 15 January 2017
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A new cross-cultural choir is born in MOZAIK cultural centre, open to all children (local, immigrant and refugee). Teachers: Mariza Vamvoukli, Christina Katsamatsa, Giorgos Gergos, Alexandra Chryssikopoulou.

Thursday, 29 December 2016

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