The Ngqoko Women’s Ensemble hails from the Eastern Cape, and sing haunting split-tone and overtone ancestral songs. The rare tradition of overtonal or throat-singing only exists within the Tuva of Mongolia, the Inuit of Canada, and Xhosa of South Africa. These women are a local group, long under-recognised at home, but who have toured internationally. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience an ancient and rare tradition and to witness these powerful women perform on home soil.
Tour Manager – Ndumiso Mtshali