Financed by German Embassy Maputo
Music workshop with Mozambican students from the German course of PASCH initiative and CCMA in Maputo. 18 students wrote poetry in german, about global solidarity, and recorded them in a funky song, producing a song video and a making of in the process. In COVID19 times, singing about global solidarity is more urgent than ever. The whole workshop production was actually implemented in distant conditions,involving separated teams in Inhambane and Maputo.
The poetry and music workshop was conducted by Lucy Knollmeyer, lucyfusion ARTS&PROJECTS, Maputo
The music was directed by Roland Pickl and produced in Studio Bom Dia, Inhambane.
The voices were recorded in Rádio Moçambique, Maputo (Samo Elias Gany Cosme, Nelson Miguel)
The song video was produced by Mango Sound.
The making of Video was produced by Fotofilm.
The images were filmed by Yafole Studio.
Writers & Singers:
Helder Rófino Matimbe
Átila Gaspar da Silva Cézar
Euclidio Rafael Cardo
Nilza Sergio Sitoe
Adelium da Conceição Castelo Amosse
Adelina Ernâni Ambrósio
Gerson Arlindo José
Niquice Xavier Manjate
Dirce da Gloria Lombene
Pedro Osório Mondlane
Marta Águida Machava
Celestina Chelly Santos
Arlindo Manjoruane Langa Junior
Roland Pickl - Guitars, Keyboards
Kurt Toncar - Bass
Bernd Bogensberger - Drums
Pierre Dufloo - Saxophone
Sima - Drums
German Week 2019 in Maputo - Music Workshop & Live Concert Recording
Financed by CCMA (Centro Cultura Moçambicano-Alemão) & international partners
Music Workshop with Mozambican students from the CCMA and UEM german course in Maputo. Between 27th and 30th of November, 15 students wrote lyrics aiming at promoting german language learning in Mozambique. They were mentored and recorded by Positivo Mozambique production team, through their mobile studio. The music was produced with the participation of local established musicians Djibra Mussa and Toni Chabuca, in an austrian-like music style. Eventually the song was performed live by the whole group, in front of a mixed mozambican-international audience, in the CCMA garden, Maputo.
Financed by CouldYou? Cup (USA).
Participative music workshop and video-clip production for awareness on the use of menstrual cups for young and adult ladies in Inhambane city.