My Japanese Song: Edith WeUtonga Speaks of her Candid Experience with Japanese Music Volunteers


Edith is a renowned award-winning musician, bass guitarist, songwriter, actress and music teacher. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Music Development from SOAS University of London and a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Music Business, Musicology and Technology from the Midlands State University (MSU). She is a founding president of the Zimbabwe Music Union (ZIMU) and became the first black woman to be elected as the Vice President of the International Federation of Musicians (FIM) in 2021. Currently she is running a music teaching program called Pamodzi in schools and at MSU with Japanese, Kayo Yoshida, who she was classmates with at SOAS University.

Read here to find out how her experience with Japanese music volunteers ignited her musical love, knowledge and hunger.

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