Nosizwe Baqwa | Moderator

Monday 19th of June | 3.30 PM Marmorsalen, Sentralen When Inequality Becomes Censorship

Monday 19th of June | 3.30 PM
Marmorsalen, Sentralen
When Inequality Becomes Censorship

Nosizwe Baqwa is a South African/Norwegian singer. Her debut album In Fragments was released 25th of November, 2016 and featured a playful mix of soul, jazz, blues, electronica and hip-hop. Baqwa has a Master's Degree in International Studies and Diplomacy and has worked as a producer at Oslo World Music Festival. At Boost, she will be moderating the session When Inequality Becomes Censorship, that will discuss how the lack of equal opportunities in the music field becomes a form of censorship in different cultures and countries all over of the world. Jan Lothe Eriksen, Project manager of SafeMuse – Safe Music Havens Initiative, and Iranian singer and musician Marjan Vahdat will be speaking at the session, presenting their experiences and insight on the matter.