The US embassy in Papua New Guinea announced this yesterday in a statement.
“With roots in hip hop, Audiopharmacy fuses live instrumentation and global musical styles, making for an eclectic and evolving sound,” the statement said.
The San Francisco-based group will be in the country for five days.
“The quartet will tour Indonesia (February 14-26), Fiji (February 27-March 4), New Zealand (March 5-7), Samoa (March 8-11) and the Solomon Islands (March 12-16).
“Tour activities will include public concerts, lectures, demonstrations, workshops, media outreach, and collaborations with local traditional and popular musicians,” the statement said.
American Music Abroad is part of the Department of State’s cultural diplomacy efforts, which support people-to-people connections and foster mutual understanding through the arts.
This season’s 12 participating American Music Abroad groups were selected from a pool of nearly 300 applicants to travel to more than 40 countries.
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