Mzuri delivers world class interactive workshops and performances in music, song and dance. The ultimate ice breaker at your next function Mzuri will get your group up dancing and having fun in no time. Mzuri Dance Co – Melbourne Australia – Mzuri is an arts and entertainment company which specialises in African dance and music performances, corporate events, education programs and festival shows.
Mzuri Hip Hop and Afro beat with MC, DJ and dancers is also an exciting fusion of street dance and house music showcased live from upcoming 2007 new release CD and DVD with Taios Productions.
Mzuri energy is captivating, colourful, professional and guaranteed to be an international entertainment and arts experience. Mzuri line up includes musicians, singers and dancers, presenters, MC’s & DJ’s. Book Mzuri as a workshop facilitator, a dynamic duo, or up to a 15 piece full band and dance show. Any function never too large or small.
Mzuri is an innovative performance music and dance company with 16 professional artists who deliver workshops and interactive music and dance shows primarily throughout Australia. Mzuri allows old and new arts from Africa and the West to develop fresh ideas and meaning that are inspirational to audiences and patrons. Mzuri techniques emerge with well respected traditions fused with cutting edge interpretations from our urban culture ready to serve.
Mzuri ran the opening ceremonies for the Commonwealth Games in 2006 for the City of Whitehorse; has performed and choreographed for events for Premier and Cabinet and Premier Gala dinner, has run team building workshops with corporate such as Exon Mobil, TRU Energy, and Mzuri appeared on television recently in 2007 on Summer in the City with Livinia Nixon and the Channel 9 Today Show.
Suzanne ‘Mzuri’ Watts is a choreographer and founding director of performing arts company, Mzuri.
Mzuri allows old and new arts from Africa and the West to develop fresh ideas and meaning that are inspirational to audiences and patrons.
Director of Taios Productions, Mpaphi Nfandizo from Botswana who plays Ikalanga folklore from the Afri’can’a 4 string guitar made out of an oil can and newly devised songs drawing from the Kalahari desert.
Afrovival and the Oil Can Project creates melodic rhythms with an illustrious collection of well loved African instruments representing five countries of Africa.
The Rosina Auditorium
1 St Heliers Street
GO2/38 Yarra St
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