Adong Judith is a 2017 TED Global Fellow and director of the theater group "Silent Voices Uganda". Adong is a director, author and producer who provokes dialogue and social change from the rights of the LGBTQ community to war crimes.
Tekya "ABRAMZ" Abraham is a Ugandan hip-hop artist (rapper & boby / breaker). Abramz came to the hip hop as an orphan. He began dancing in 1991 and rapping in 1992. Today Abramz is an entertainer, educator and leader of the Breakdance Project Uganda which is founded by him.
Johanna Heusser (* 1992 in Basel, Switzerland) studied at the College of Contemporary and Urban Stage Dance in Zurich. She works as a dancer, yoga teacher, choreographer and teacher in Germany and abroad. Johanna is this year's winner of the Atelier Mondial Scholarship in Manipur, India. She lives in Basel.
In 2001 Peter Stöcklin founded the hip-hop formation [bih'tnik]. In the ten-year band's history, [bih'tnik] became a regional size and released three longplayers. Since October 2010, Pete has caused a sensation as the lead singer of the band Otto Normal.
Sebastian finds his roots in jazz at already school. He deepened these in music studies at the Jazz University in Basel (CH). During his studies as a jazz guitarist and composer, he opened up further musical genres, as well as the creation of synthetic music worlds.
Kaz Kasozi is a Ugandan musician and producer; his music blends blues, funk, jazz, pop / rock and is strongly influenced by African influences. As a performer and bandleader, he has performed in prominent locations such as the Royal National Theater, the Queen Elizabeth Hall & the Jazz Cafe in London, the Zenith in Paris.
Simon Eifeler studied theater directing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Ulm, Germany. He founded the "fred - Freies Ensemble Düsseldorf" 2008 Since 2008 he has staged 17 productions in Germany and abroad (including Ghana and Mozambique). Since 2015 he gives theater workshops in Europe and Africa.
Andrew Jedidiah Ssebaggala
Diploma in Music, Dance and Drama (2003), a Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management (2006) from Makerere University Kampala, Uganda.Continuing Education in Business Administration and Marketing, Makerere University Business School.He is currently CEO of House of Talent East Africa.
Felix Banholzer studied acting at the Staatliche Schauspielschule Stuttgart (diploma), theater directing at the Erasmushogeschool Brussel (Bachelor) and cultural and media management at the University of Music and Theater Hamburg (master). Since 2013 Felix Banholzer works as a freelance director and actor.