The man transforming African classical music
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Nigerian Tunde Jegede wants to redefine African classical music

British Nigerian composer and multi-instrumentalist, Tunde Jegede brings a new vision to contemporary African and Western classical music.

He plays the kora and cello to create a fusion of sounds.

He is also the founder of Nok orchestra based in Nigeria, as he explains in this BBC Africa One Minute Story.

  • 11 Jan 2019
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