Visit to the Traditional Sudanese Music Center

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My colleague, Seif Osman, introduced me to an amazing musician, composer, instrument maker and ethnomusicologist named Dafa Alla Elhag. He is the curator of the Sudanese Traditional Music Center, which he essentially established in his own home. He is the director of the Sudanese Camirata Band, a group of traditional Sudanese musicians, who travel the world playing music from all parts of Sudan in order to preserve the rich culture of that part of the world.

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