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Boost for Bulawayo budding artists

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BY IRENE MOYO
A NEW window of hope has opened for Bulawayo’s emerging artists following the establishment of Hy-breed Entertainment company.

Hy-Breed Entertainment founder and director Shingi Nyatsambo told NewsDay Life & Style that they were currently conducting auditions at the School of Music Academy.

“Zimbabwe has great talent, especially in the arts sector, but it has not been fully recognised. So, as Hy-Breed Entertainment we seek to scout for and nurture artistic talent as well as link it with the corporate world,” he said.

“Artists are struggling, we want to create a platform where talent can be found, nurtured, exposed and protected. The company has 15 WhatsApp groups with people all over Zimbabwe. Our other social media platforms are also flooding mostly due to youths who want to audition.”

“We want to further make this opportunity visible to anyone who feels they have what it takes to be the game changer within the arts industry. We incorporate all visual and non-visual arts including painting, sculpting, dancing, singing, poetry, authors and many more.”

He said the feedback had been amazing.

“We have been receiving close to 40 people a day auditioning and many are still calling in. We hope to pick artists from across Zimbabwe,” he added.

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