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African drums vibrate through RPP FM studios

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Presenter Damien Flenley with Ubuntu

The sounds of Africa rang through the RPP FM studios Wednesday when the world renowned African children’s choir gave Mornington a taste of their national tour.

The sounds of Ubuntu- ‘I AM Because We ARE’ national Australian tour kicks off at Balcombe Grammar School , Mount Martha on Friday evening at 7pm.africa4

“I have never seen the place brought to a stand-still like that,” said presenter Damien Flenley, who like the rest of the RPP FM crew, was blown away by the spectacular voices.

If you are up for an unforgettable experience that embraces the voice, rhythm and vibrancy of Africa then go the booking site :

http://www.kwaya.org

or ring Cate Jaede: 0404 857 827

Photography Rab Siddhi

For more photos see the RPP FM facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RPPFM/

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Written by: Debra Mar

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