Tsoro Arts Center

Tsoro Arts Center

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...and there's more ➕😀 on today's show, too! This story ⤵️ ft. Tsoro Arts Center 🎶🥁💯 #marimba #mbira #dance 👏

Marimba,Mbira and Ngoma manufacturing. Teaching Marimba, dance mbira and singing to the people from our community for free. We have teachers who teach music to our local schools as well.

We are expects on manufacturing our traditional instruments such as Marimba, and 3 different types of Mbiras such as Nyonga Nyonga, Nhare and Njari. We also ship our products around the wold. We perform on different occasions we have Marimba bands mbira band and traditional dance group. Our goal is to make these traditional instruments and traditional music to keep on existing. Also to keep the younger ones stay away from drugs as they focus on music and school work.

Operating as usual

03/12/2021

Hi family and friends our food fundraising is still going on.Please help us feed 48 kids at our center to have Xmas hampers.And we still kids who are inneed of school fees.For those who are interested on helping you can Contact Martha Thom,Jacob Mafuleni or Dana Parrish Moffet.Tatenda
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Photos from Tsoro Arts Center's post 09/10/2021

Photos from Tsoro Arts Center's post

Photos from Tsoro Arts Center's post 09/10/2021

Chromatic Marimba how it started.

07/07/2021

Shuvai the blind but gifted artist.

Take a look at how Tsoro Arts centre is helping the needy and how it is grooming the upcoming artists and unearthing them.

Photos from Tsoro Arts Center's post 20/04/2021

Electric Mbiras and chromatic Marimba order yours.

18/04/2021

Looking forward to watch this film.

Don't miss the film screening and live discussion tomorrow April 18! https://kutandara.org/online-live-sessions/

Film Screening: Shanda
6 pm CAT | 12 pm EDT
10 am MDT | 9 am PDT

*used with permission of the Directors John and Louise Riber; available to festival-goers for 24 hours on youtube *

Shanda is a documentary about the life and music of Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi from Zimbabwe. The film follows Tuku on a tour of his country and into his past, through a series of concerts and interviews filmed around Zimbabwe, as he performs the songs that were most pivotal to his career. Tuku and his band “The Black Spirits” are captured performing at a most remarkable time of their long history together, and the energy of their music and dance explodes from the screen as Tuku sings the songs that mean most to him, in the places closest to his heart.

Film Discussion with Directors John and Louise Riber
moderated by Blessing Chimanga
7:30 pm CAT | 1:30 pm EDT
11:30 am MDT | 10:30 am PDT
live on Zoom | meeting ID: 883 1278 0484

09/04/2021

Tsoro on national tv ZBC Zim icon.

17/11/2020

Photos from Tsoro Arts Center's post

02/01/2020

ELUSIVE TORTURE

From the resources we could afford. We created a documentary in trying to campaign against the elusive torture most women face , for example , sexual harassment.Watch this and give us your views , comments and criticism . Do not forget to share and like our page.

02/01/2020

From the resources we could afford. We created a documentary in trying to campaign against the elusive torture most women face , for example , sexual harassment.Watch this and give us your views , comments and criticism . Do not forget to share and like our page.

26/05/2019
26/05/2019

It’s a blessing to have my friend Moses Petros dance instructor at Tsoro Arts. I like his energy Nommeter the disability he now have. He is now blind but he teach thank you mukoma we will keep on inviting you my brother!

06/01/2019

Tsoro Arts would like to give many thanks to all of you who are supporting these kids with school fees, uniforms, stationary and cloths. In showing there respect and thankful they played a song to thank you all. Many thanks to all of you blessed and happy New year!!!

07/03/2018

14 peace Marimbas which goes to Botswana Maruapula school in Gaborone.

12/10/2017

I would like to congratulate Tsoro Arts for winning Dreamstar finals 2nd place!
I would also want to take this opportunity to thank all the parents of Tsoro kids for being supportive. Thank you very much may god bless you all Tatenda!

12/03/2017

Mafelanis take Mbira to the world & back

http://www.newzimbabwe.com/showbiz-35134-Mafelanis+take+Mbira+to+the+world++back/showbiz.aspx

newzimbabwe.com FOR the Mafuleni family, traditional mbira music runs in the blood. They owe everything that they have to mbira music - their house, their car, a recording studio and an Arts Centre.

09/01/2017

Tsoro

Tsoro performing at Kuwadzana Extension. That was last day of last year 31 December .

09/01/2017

Tsoro Arts Center

We need your support!

Tsoro Arts Center is raising money to help provide basic necessities and access to education for their students. International artists Martha Thom and Jacob Mafuleni currently volunteer their time and energy to teach marimba, mbira and traditional dance at the center, where access to learning is free and open to youth of the Dzivaresekwa community of Harare. After only two years of learning how to play, the current Tsoro Arts Center students are growing to be truly amazing performers as they learn to showcase their skills at local festivals and events.

But Tsoro Arts Center provides much more than just music in support of their students. The organization seeks funding for the 2017 calendar year so they are able to continue to provide simple meals to help meet the basic needs of all youth enrolled at the center. We especially seek help to ensure that all members have their rights to formal education met this coming year.

Our fundraising goal for 2017 is $6,047, which will cover one meal a day for 10 students at the center as well as school fees and school supplies for 8 enrolled students who currently cannot afford to attend school next year.

$155 sends 1 child to school per term

$195 feeds the marimba kids for one month

Payments can be made via PayPal to Dana Moffett of Rubatano Center: Paypal.Me/DanaMoffett
Dana will make sure all of the funds are sent to Tsoro Arts in Zimbabwe. Also checks can be sent to Rubatano, PO Box 640, Langley WA 98260.

If you would like to assist with fundraising for the center or have any questions, please contact: [email protected]

Tatenda chaizvo uye ivai neZororo rakanaka!
Many thanks and Happy Holidays!

Jacob, Martha and the rest of the Tsoro Arts Center team

05/01/2017

Wishing you the best in 2017!

We need your support!

Tsoro Arts Center is raising money to help provide basic necessities and access to education for their students. International artists Martha Thom and Jacob Mafuleni currently volunteer their time and energy to teach marimba, mbira and traditional dance at the center, where access to learning is free and open to youth of the Dzivaresekwa community of Harare. After only two years of learning how to play, the current Tsoro Arts Center students are growing to be truly amazing performers as they learn to showcase their skills at local festivals and events.

But Tsoro Arts Center provides much more than just music in support of their students. The organization seeks funding for the 2017 calendar year so they are able to continue to provide simple meals to help meet the basic needs of all youth enrolled at the center. We especially seek help to ensure that all members have their rights to formal education met this coming year.

Our fundraising goal for 2017 is $6,047, which will cover one meal a day for 10 students at the center as well as school fees and school supplies for 8 enrolled students who currently cannot afford to attend school next year.

$155 sends 1 child to school per term

$195 feeds the marimba kids for one month

Payments can be made via PayPal to Dana Moffett of Rubatano Center: Paypal.Me/DanaMoffett
Dana will make sure all of the funds are sent to Tsoro Arts in Zimbabwe. Also checks can be sent to Rubatano, PO Box 640, Langley WA 98260.

If you would like to assist with fundraising for the center or have any questions, please contact: [email protected]

Tatenda chaizvo uye ivai neZororo rakanaka!
Many thanks and Happy Holidays!

Jacob, Martha and the rest of the Tsoro Arts Center team

paypal.me 25/12/2016

Pay Rubatano using PayPal.Me

https://www.paypal.me/DanaMoffett

paypal.me Go to paypal.me/DanaMoffett and type in the amount. Since it’s PayPal, it's easier and more secure. Don’t have a PayPal account? No worries. Getting one is fast and free.

25/12/2016

We need your support!

Tsoro Arts Center is raising money to help provide basic necessities and access to education for their students. International artists Martha Thom and Jacob Mafuleni currently volunteer their time and energy to teach marimba, mbira and traditional dance at the center, where access to learning is free and open to youth of the Dzivaresekwa community of Harare. After only two years of learning how to play, the current Tsoro Arts Center students are growing to be truly amazing performers as they learn to showcase their skills at local festivals and events.

But Tsoro Arts Center provides much more than just music in support of their students. The organization seeks funding for the 2017 calendar year so they are able to continue to provide simple meals to help meet the basic needs of all youth enrolled at the center. We especially seek help to ensure that all members have their rights to formal education met this coming year.

Our fundraising goal for 2017 is $6,047, which will cover one meal a day for 10 students at the center as well as school fees and school supplies for 8 enrolled students who currently cannot afford to attend school next year.

$155 sends 1 child to school per term

$195 feeds the marimba kids for one month

Payments can be made via PayPal to Dana Moffett of Rubatano Center: Paypal.Me/DanaMoffett
Dana will make sure all of the funds are sent to Tsoro Arts in Zimbabwe. Also checks can be sent to Rubatano, PO Box 640, Langley WA 98260.

If you would like to assist with fundraising for the center or have any questions, please contact: [email protected]

Tatenda chaizvo uye ivai neZororo rakanaka!
Many thanks and Happy Holidays!

Jacob, Martha and the rest of the Tsoro Arts Center team

23/10/2016

The Marimba set that we made before I leave Harare. That's for Belvedere Junior.

18/10/2016

A is our way of like.Morning good people

11/09/2016

Marimba chete.

19/08/2016

Greetingz from the motherland...

20/06/2016

hope you all well

Marimba 15/06/2016

Alto Marimba, This one also went to Little Canada,MN USA.

Alto Marimba, This one also went to Little Canada,MN USA.

28/04/2016

Rise and shine hope you all well

30/03/2016

Greetingz from the mother land. Hope you all well

11/03/2016

181 likes..we love you all

09/03/2016

Good morning to you all

22/02/2016

Timeline Photos

22/02/2016

My son Abel testing the sound. That was Sowah's Tenor marimba i shipped it to Minnesota USA.

22/02/2016

Tsoro Arts Center's cover photo

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Shuvai the blind but gifted artist.
ELUSIVE TORTURE
It’s a blessing to have my friend Moses Petros dance instructor at Tsoro Arts. I like his energy Nommeter the disability...
Tsoro Arts would like to give many thanks to all of you who are supporting these kids with school fees, uniforms, statio...
Tsoro
My son Abel testing the sound. That was Sowah's Tenor marimba i shipped it to Minnesota USA.
Yuki during an interview.Thank you to ZBC for the support
Jacaob mafuleni during an interview

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