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Sophia Nzayisenga & Andi Otto
Abagore Barashoboye
7"-Vinyl

7,90 €
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Sophia Nzayisenga is the first female master of the Inanga, a traditional stringed music instrument, currently a favourite of young Rwandan musicians. Her father, Thomas Kirusu, one of the most renowned Inanga players, began to teach Sophia at a very young age. At the tender age of nine, Nzayisenga started performing at different concerts amidst the great opposition that was based on her gender and cultural norms: “Many people used to tell my father to stop me from what I was doing with the argument that I won’t get married because I was doing a man’s job” she recalls, “thinking that some particular activities should be done by a particular gender can block you from your potential. But with today’s gender equality advocacy, people should know that what a man can do a woman can do. Musical talent runs in my family, as far back as my maternal and paternal grand fathers.” Nzayisenga says.

Andi Otto & Sophie Nzayisenga met in Kigali in January 2020. The recordings took place during the research for the theatre performance “Learning Feminism from Rwanda”, which has been created by the Flinnworks collective from Berlin together with artists from Rwanda in 2020.

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released June 11, 2021

Sophia Nzayisenga: Vocals & Inanga
Andi Otto: Electronics
Recorded by: Andi Otto in Kigali, January 2020
Mastered by:Chaos Compressor Club, Hamburg
Artwork by: Manekineko, Berlin

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Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage
Artikelart 7"-Vinyl
Künstler Sophia Nzayisenga & Andi Otto
Ersch.-datum 11.06.2021
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