- published: 22 Aug 2009
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for melchiade and irene^^
BURUNDI : INTAHE CULTURAL DANCE
Découvrez la culture burundaise à travers la danse umuyebe
Now, instead of living in self pity, a group of refugees from Burundi in Uganda are runing a music, dance and drama group to entertain people for a fee. The group also promotes Burundi culture and helps unite the urban refugees in Kampala. Speaking to NTV, members of the group narrated their ordeal back home after President Pierre Nkurunziza insisted on running for a third term. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
The '''culture of Burundi''' is based on local tradition and common influence with its neighbors. All text, either derivative works from Wikipedia Articles or original content shared here, is licensed under: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License A full list of the authors of the original content can be found in the following subdomain of wikipedia, here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_Burundi (Culture: Culture by Country)
"N'amanihura ya rugamba" -Claire Rushatsi Burundi images/culture/stills slideshow
Burundian Students at Université de Sherbrooke (Quebec, Canada) performing Igishakamba by Club du Lac aux oiseaux (Intashikirwa) at Vieux Clocher de l'UdeS. AÉBUS (Association Étudiante Burundaise de l'Université de Sherbrooke) firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com This type of dance (Igishakamba) is found in Kirundo province near Rwanda border, that's why some moves are similar to those found in some parts of Rwanda
UNDP Burundi reintegration project in collaboration with Bibliothèques sans Frontières (Libraries without borders) & Play International support community development and peace building trough sport and education program. Those activities are taking place in Musenyi, Makamba province, in a village od rapatriated persons and in host communities. The local authorities thanks to the training provided to the local youth leader are taking over the management of the peace consolidation project. This project was made possible thanks to the support of the European Union. To know more about UNDP activities in Burundi: www.bi.undp.org A movie made by Grand Lacs TV crew (Burundi)
the magnificent, amazing orchestra of drummers of Burundi with their leader - the olderman Antim and his grandson the youngest drummer play in Gishora village in Burundi.i feel grateful for witnessing such a sacred ceremony and beeing a part of the powerful energy of their circle.
Une étude qui a été effectuée par des chercheurs à l’lSABU (Institut des sciences agronomique du Burundi) montre que le haricot peut être transformé et utilisé sous différentes formes. Suivez à ce propos madame Capitoline Ruraduma, elle est chercheuse à l’ISABU. Rémy Harerimana, Télé Renaissance
Umugwi ndangakaranga CLUB IHUNJA munyuma yaho ukoze isanamu nshasha y'umuziki INYAMBO itavyorosha ubu naho babazaniye isnamu nshasha itavyorosha ije kw'izina rya VYAGIRE MURI BEZA. Ikaba ari isnamu iha ikaze aho baririmba bavuga ngo:" BASHITSI BEZA MWASHIKIYE MUTAMA KAZE IWACU VYAGIRA MURI BEZA KAZE NGIZO NASHASHE NIMUSHIME MUSHIKI WIWACU DUSANGIRE IKIRAGO ARIKO MUTAMA NDABONA AFISE AMAKENGA IJAMBO RYANYU NGIRYO RIRABUGURA , BEZA BINKA VYAGIRE NASHIMYE BASHISHIRIYE NANJE CA NDABASHIMA................. Mukunzi w'umuziki ndangakaranga ku Burundi bwacu komeza wumviriza amajambo meza cane gose y'isanamu VYAGIRE MURI BEZA aka ari y'inkoramutima.
Burundians girls performing a traditional dance at a wedding ceremony.
We would like to thank everyone who showed up at #Big Fizzo's concert We especially would like to thank the sponsors for the concert Blaiton News, Indundi, GLM, Reunion 257, JayPaulPro, Jay Cena(U and I Studio). Thank you to all the performers Including Dayton Burundian drummers and Louisville's own Burundian dancers. Ab Fresh'kid Ni Aimé Baltimore Alexandre Philip Marembo and Mandi. Thank you to our MC's Kitumaini Atreo and Mdogo Mdogo Wa Masauti. Big Shout out to Justin DjBurundi. Thank you to everyone who made a contribution to this event. The show would not have been possible without you all. Stay on the look out for more events to come!