MUSICXCHANGE GHANA is an international non-profit organization that supports positive change through the power of music and has successfully executed events in Accra, Kumasi, Tamale, Takoradi and Aflao. The project stems from a deep interest in ethnomusicology and is driven by the belief that music can be a powerful vehicle of change.
USA based Ghanaian musician Mohammed Alidu and his Bizung Family Band will on Saturday September 16th, perform at the Amphitheatre of Alliance Francaise Accra as part of activities being organized by Music Xchange (MXC) Ghana.
Other groups lined up for the evening include Africana Dance Ensemble, a band from the Akropong School for the Blind and others who have benefited from projects by MXC Ghana.
During the day, there will be workshops on drum making by acclaimed drum makers from the Centre for National Culture in Accra, photo exhibition, dance workshops and open arts markets for patrons to engage with artists who have been involved in the activities by MXC Ghana. The evening will see the
Bizung Band and Africana Dance Ensemble to rock the stage at 7:30pm at the Amphitheatre of Alliance Francaise Accra.
In 2016, MXC released a compilation album of traditional Ghanaian music featuring a diverse selection of artists and cultural troupes from around the country. The album was sold through a crowd funding campaign aimed at raising funds to support various projects in music education, music therapy and music production in Ghana.
MXC has equally supported the following projects – drum and dance classes for students at the Akropong School for the Blind, Trinity Yard School and Berekuso Music Project as well as an audio engineering workshop at the Music Department, University of Ghana, Legon.
Come and support the kids from Berekuso and Akropong and enjoy enthralling performances!