When artistic crossovers happen in music, the boundaries between the scholarly and the popular start to dissipate. The traditional genres get reshuffled and traditions are revisited regardless of their origins.

Music becomes an art form on the move witnessing a new era in cultural sharing, highlighting the importance of diversity in fighting prejudice.

In our times, however, we also face restrictions to free movement of musicians coming from the poorer regions of the globe, a music industry in crisis, an ethnocentric choice for live music acts, an unevenness of access to media, and less and less acceptance of others.

GINDUNGO is moved by the values of free association, fostering collaborations with other organisations and developing strategies that advocate for the dialogue between north and south, between east and west, and for the free movement of artists, bringing the outskirts to the centre stage.