Kwan Pa, the multiple award-winning, thriving and very dynamic indigenous band in Ghana that performs and promotes indigenous music of Africa in various forms is five years old.
They are performing at the Zen Garden at Labone in Accra on Saturday, July 30, 2022
Kwan Pa is a multiple award-winning, thriving, and very dynamic indigenous band in Ghana that performs and promotes indigenous music of Africa in various forms.
Kwan Pa believes in the assertion that Africa has a very rich music culture that is worth flaunting to the world. We believe that African music is never outdated or perhaps irrelevant as some people may perceive it to be.
Kwan Pa’s exciting African Music journey has begun in the domain of Palm Wine music from Ghana.
“We create and perform a genre of African indigenous music called Palm Wine music which incorporates intricate but thrilling chords and various chord progressions on the Guitar and Seprewa (Indigenous harp-lute) all superimposed on different rhythms including Highlife and Adowa rhythms, etc, which are emphasized by additional percussions.”
Kwan Pa currently performs with instruments including Seperewa (Ghanaian Harp-lute), Dawuta (Twin bell), Ntorwa (Big rattle), Kpanlogo drums, Djembe drum, Gome (Frame drums), and the Guitar, among others.