Zimbabwean Folk Art painted tray Kutsinhira Oregon

Zimbabwean drummers at Mberi Primary School in Harare

 

Dedicated to the music and people of Zimbabwe

kutsinhira to follow one who has cut a path, tilled the soil, put forth a musical phrase. In Zimbabwean musical tradition, a melodic line that responds to the lead line of a mbira song.

Kutsinhira Cultural Arts Center…a community of people in and near Eugene, Oregon, responding to the rich musical tradition of the people of Zimbabwe by creating a center for teaching and performing Zimbabwean music. Kutsinhira Cultural Arts Center is a non-profit organization founded in 1990. Kutsinhira offers classes in Zimbabwean marimba and mbira, and organizes lessons and workshops with visiting Zimbabwean master musicians.

At Kutsinhira, we seek to build and maintain a diverse, inclusive community that welcomes people to participate, whatever their race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, age, education, disability, or parental status. We strive to offer a place where all individuals feel valued and respected.

WHAT’S HAPPENING

Annual Yard Sale Fundraiser

Annual Yard Sale Fundraiser

Kutsinhira's annual yard sale is coming Saturday June 1, 8-4 and Sunday June 2, 11-3. This year will feature live marimba music on Saturday at 10, 12 and 2pm. The sale will include lots of household items, a barely-used bicycle, pack and play gear, appliances,...

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Contact Us

Executive Director

Gary Spalter
541.337.3281
gary@kutsinhira.org

Mailing Address

Kutsinhira Cultural Arts Center
P.O. Box 50823
Eugene, OR 97405

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