Dom Coyote to Give Workshops at The Steve Biko Centre

The Steve Biko Centre,
in partnership with
the British Council Residency Programme;
Dom Coyote

The London-based artist, Dom Coyote, will give workshops and compose music with The Steve Biko Centre's Abelusi and four students from the University of Fort Hare.

Date: 04 until 23 February 2013
Venue: The Steve Biko Centre, One Zotshie Street, Ginsberg, Eastern Cape

Dom Coyote is a musician, performer and writer of stories and songs. He is an associate artist with Kneehigh Theatre and studied Performance writing at Dartington College of Arts as well as performing and composing for companies such as Kneehigh, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Art Angel, West Yorkshire Play House and Battersea Arts Centre. Dom is also a lead artist on two major projects - Folk in a Box, a One on One musical experience, currently being exhibited at the Venice Biennale 2012, and The Raun Tree, an apocalyptic fairytale told through ten songs, on tour throughout 2012. In 2009 Dom was awarded the BAC Jim Marcovitch Bursary for music and theatre, allowing him to develop his work as a lead artist. In February 2013, Dom will continue this development through an invitation and funding from The British Council to travel around South Africa and learn about indigenous music and song. There will be three performances at the end of the workshop.

For more information please contact Mr. Jongi Hoza on 043 605 6726.

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