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Mory Toure

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About Mory
Toure Mory is a journalist based in Bamako, Mali.
 Très tôt, Mory Touré été baigné dans la musique d’abord en tant que mélomane et vendeur des vinyles,  cassettes et cd  .Par la suite, il s’est orienté vers les métiers du spectacle comme régisseur, promoteur de spectacles ensuite comme manager et agents d'artistes.
 Surnommé  « Monsieur le musicologue », le globe-trotteur Mory Touré, a sillonné la majeur partie de l’Afrique d’abord par passion pour la musique  et aujourd’hui comme professionnel.                                                                                                     L’infatigable panafricain s’est forgé une réputation dans le domaine culturelle avec un impressionnant carnet d’adresses et  une grande maîtrise du patrimoine des musiques africaines. Il est aujourd’hui correspondant de plusieurs radios dont la Radio France Internationale (Couleurs Tropicale), chroniqueur de musiques sur plusieurs radios du monde et cela depuis plus de 15 ans.                                                                                                                         Humble, courtois, curieux et disponible, le dynamique promoteur et initiateur du web radio  « Radio Afrika »qui a accompagné tous les grands évènements culturels africains durant une décennie. Mory Touré, impressionne par sa culture générale et sa modestie.
 	
 Animateur Radio avec Radio Afrika 
 MASA (Cote d'Ivoire)
 Visa for Music (Maroc)
 FEMUA (Cote d'ivoire) 
 FESPACO (Burkina-Faso)
 DOMAF (Cameroun)
 AME (Cap-Vert) 
 Festival Assalamalekoum (Mauritanie)
 NAK KOUDOUGOU (Burkina-Faso)
 ESCALE BANTOO (CAMEROUN)
 LES VIEILLES CHARRUES (FRANCE)
Languages
French
Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Arts & Books Fact Checking
Portfolio

20 years after the launch - Mamou Daffé evaluates the social impact of the Festival on the Niger River

24 Oct 2023  |  Music In Africa
Mamou Daffé reflects on the 20-year journey of the Festival sur le Fleuve Niger, emphasizing its growth from a small cultural project to a significant cultural hub in Mali and Africa. He discusses the importance of passion, cultural heritage, and solidarity in achieving this success. Daffé also highlights the roles of the Centre culturel Kôrè, Institut Kôrè des Arts, and various partnerships in promoting cultural development and social change. The article underscores the positive impact of cultural initiatives on local development, job creation, and international recognition.

La 7e edition du Festival DJEGUELE qui fais la promotion du Balafon senoufo qui a lieu chaque annee a Boundiali a 650 Km d 'Abidjan

Reportage Concert de Sidiki Diabate au Zenith de Paris ( France)

Reportage lors du Festival MALIFINIW au Palais de la Culture de Bamako

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Stop messing with us! (Alpha Blondy)

15 Dec 2021  |  www.dw.com
Alpha Blondy, the Ivorian reggae star, discusses the importance of African cinema in reflecting true African identities and criticizes the political instability in West Africa, particularly the coups in Mali and Guinea. He condemns the inefficacy of the African Union and calls for a united African military to combat jihadists and protect sovereignty. Blondy also questions the relevance of current educational policies and envisions a technologically advanced Africa with industries to process raw materials and provide sustainable energy.

A concert, a school: Tiken Jah Fakoly's African Revolution goes through education

17 Nov 2017  |  PAM | Pan African Music
Last weekend, Ivorian reggae artist Tiken Jah Fakoly inaugurated the sixth Tiken Jah Fakoly school in Guinea Conakry. Through the program 'A concert, a school,' based in Bamako, the singer continues his efforts with partners to promote education in Africa. The new school in Sokoro, northern Guinea, was funded by proceeds from two concerts in France and contributions from Caritas France and NGO Enfants du Globe. The Guinean Minister of Education, Ibrahim Khalil Konaté, praised the initiative, emphasizing the importance of education over child labor in mines. Tiken Jah Fakoly's dream is to build a school in every African country, asserting that education is the foundation of all development and calling on African states to prioritize education to drive revolution and development.
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