Zimbaremabwe is a musical collective led by Linos Wengara Magaya. We perform, practice and teach Zimbabwean arts particularly Mbira based music, both traditional and modern. Mbira is a traditional Zimbabwean instrument used in Shona culture for spiritual ceremonies.
Zimbaremabwe has its roots in the spiritual values of traditional Zimbabwean culture. In our work we display a positive image of this culture to share with all people. We are based in Brighton, UK.
Our activities include:
Performance, both as a small acoustic ensemble playing traditional Mbira, drumming and percussion, and as a full live band playing Mbira Reggae.
Redemption Sound Reggae DJs playing roots to modern Reggae
Mbira tuition. We teach Mbira on an individual basis or in groups, and teach for institutions such as SOAS university, London. We have published a course (a book + audio CD) for Mbira students containing 11 songs notated for Mbira.
Other workshops include; Ngoma drumming, Zimbabwean dance, Marimba
Schools workshops: we regularly deliver workshops in schools and for educational organisations.
Healing and spiritual culture: Linos Wengara follows Zimbabwean culture as a spiritual healer. He provides healing and advice, mostly for Zimbabweans, but is open to sharing and discussing spiritual culture for the benefit of all.
We now have a new music site, where you can listen to our music, and purchase our albums as either downloads or CDs. We have 6 Volumes of Zimbabwean traditional full band music, plus one album of traditional acoustic music.
Here is the link https://www.musicglue.com/zimbaremabwe/
Zimbaremabwe Mbiras made by Linos Wengra and Tim Dziva.