One Mic Mission was the inaugural showcase of MC Academy students in Zimbabwe, with teachers and guest artists collaborating to the enjoyment of a local crowd that draw to the academy premises on 10 May 2013 in Budiriro, Harare.
From quiet theory lessons to boisterous ensemble practice and jam sessions, two weeks since its opening the Music Crossroads Academy in Zimbabwe is now a hive of musical activities.
The usually quiet, Budiriro Youth Training Centre, where the new Music Crossroads Zimbabwe Academy is housed, in the southern suburbs of Harare, has come alive last week, as the new students thronged the venue. The academy opened its doors for an orientation week, introducing its first intake of 30 students
As we get in the year 2013, Music Crossroads Zimbabwe reflects on the effort undertaken throughout 2012 - headlined by the preparations for the opening of the awaited Music Academy scheduled for March this year.
Preparations for the commencement of classes for the Music Crossroads Zimbabwe Academy are at an advanced stage. All stakeholders are fervently waiting for the project to kick off. A total of twelve teachers have successfully undergone through a three week intensive training via a series of workshops that were facilitated by Dee Jay Foster
Music Crossroads Zimbabwe is set to embark on shows across the country via a project dubbed Showcase Mission. The project is earmarked at promoting all the bands that have participated in prior programmes of the organization.
Mokoomba, an Afro-fusion music band that
hails from Victoria Falls, has made a great stride in conquering the
international market if information that the group’s documentary is
Club Shanga from Zimbabwe, winners of the Music Crossroads Interregional Festival (IRF) 2010 as well as the ‘Chibuku Road to Fame' music talent search competition