Simphiwe Dana will present the Symphony Experience of African unity at the State Theatre in Tshwane on Saturday.
Dana will share the stage with US-based Rwandan artist Somi and Cuba’s Daymé Arocen.
This is the second edition of the Symphony Experience and it will focus on African and women excellence.
Dana joins Bongani Bingwa to chat about performance.
I understood the impact that music has, therefore the power that music has and how that power has been untapped in a way it could play a role in the politics of our continent in creating safe spaces for our people. Music is its own language, it has its own culture and it has the capacity to make us unite.— Simphiwe Dana, Musician
Listen below to the full conversation: