They performed separately on the Jacaranda Cultural Centre platform. On four different Thursday nights since Sounds of Malawi Acoustic Sessions returned, the artists dished out their solo acts. But today, they will share the stage.
According to JCC director Luc Deschamps, the showcase featuring Waliko Makhala, Mzati and Kefasi presents an amazing opportunity to sample a seamless performance. But Find Codi, who was also expected to perform, may not do so.
“Each of the artists will dish out songs that resonate with the traditional music and dance of Malawi. It reminds us how important culture is in society, how much it brings people together,” said the French honorary consul.
He expressed happiness with the return of the sessions after a one-year break due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“The response from the audience and the artists has been excellent, with more attendees every week. We will maintain the Covid-19 safety measures. There will be a question and answer session so that the audience interacts with the performers,” said Deschamps.
Host Code Sangala, aka CO, said he was ‘super excited’ to see the artists share the stage.
“They are a lot more relaxed and that will bring the best out of them. There will be fireworks! Nonetheless, Find Codi might not make it to the show as she is working in Dedza on that day,” he said.