[Film] The Zimbabwe Association Choir celebrates HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

Members of the Zimbabwe Association & Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre choir were among the groups that provided the music when Queen Elizabeth II visited Leicester Cathedral and St Martins House with the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess of Cambridge on March 8, 2012:


Zimbabwe Association Choir – Ndikafunga Dendera

The Zimbabwe Association & Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre performing “Ndikafunga Dendera” at the Leicester Cathedral on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Leicester:


Zimbabwe Association Choir – Rova Ngoma Kekupedzesera

The Zimbabwe Association & Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre performing “Rova Ngoma Kekupedzesera” at the Leicester Cathedral on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Leicester:


Zimbabwe Association Choir – Tauya

The Zimbabwe Association & Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre performing “Tauya” at the Leicester Cathedral on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Leicester:


Zimbabwe Association Choir – Ndomudana

The Zimbabwe Association & Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre performing “Ndomudana” at the Leicester Cathedral on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Leicester:


Zimbabwe Association Choir – No. 1

The Zimbabwe Association & Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre performing “No. 1” at the Leicester Cathedral on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Leicester:


Zimbabwe Association Choir – Shosholoza #2

The Zimbabwe Association & Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-in Centre performing “Shosholoza” at the Leicester Cathedral on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Leicester: