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Nilotic Groove: born in Khartoum, raised in Paris

Nilotic Groove: born in Khartoum, raised in Paris
 
Flautist Ghandi Adam and singer Nouredeen Gibreel Yousif rehearsing at the Atelier des artistes exil à Paris, October 2017 RFI/A. Hird

Ghandi Adam and Nouredeen Gibreel Yousif have traded Khartoum for Paris. And they want to carrying on doing what they do best: making music. We met them at the recently opened Atelier des Artistes en Exil - a multi-cultural hub for refugee artists - which provides the best conditions for developping their "Nilotic Groove" and vision of connected music.

Adam and Yousif perform with their Lamma Orchestra project on 8 December at MC93, Bobigny, as part of the Africolor festival. Follow the band on facebook


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