Home News Auditions for spoken word poets to open for Esperance

Auditions for spoken word poets to open for Esperance

Here is how you get to open for Esperance and Nomonde Sky at The Architecture of Poetry show in June.

Esperance Luvindao is calling upon all spoken word artists/poets to showcase their talent at the auditions for her upcoming show The Architecture of Poetry.

The recently graduated Dr is all about empowering fellow artists and with each opportunity she gets, she does just that. For her upcoming show, she is looking for a poet with the X factor who is able to connect with the audience and take them on a journey with their pieces. According to her, it is a search for one talented artist with the potential to explode, a lyrical genius. This will also be the ideal setting for someone with the talent to receive great exposure. Esperance also adds that the genre does not matter at all as long as the artists are delivering poetic punch lines.

“Empowering artists means giving up and coming artists the opportunities I never got when I was starting out. Opportunities I only wish I had in 2011 when I started performing. There are so many talented people with no opportunities. Poetry and spoken word opportunities are limited. There are huge opportunities for musicians but I can count the ones available for poets. I want to create major platforms for poetry,” she said.

Esperance says she hopes to help create platforms that will one day lead to annual spoken word awards where lyrical geniuses are awarded for their skills and work throughout the year. Esperance also sees this as a channel through which they can leave a resounding impression as she believes that poetry has that ability to be impactful.

If you believe you are the poet or are a friend to one, contact 081815112 to sign up for an audition slot. The deadline is 8 May and the audition fee is N$ 30.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

Fashion week internships wanted

The most anticipated MTC Windhoek Fashion Week (WFW) internship programme, which has in the past hosted students from...

Prisca Anyolo scoops Best Media Partner Award

Last year’s Miss Namibia finalist, Prisca Anyolo won the 2022 Best Media Partner Award presented by Milestones Pageants...

Turning art into a livelihood

The Collective Thoughts Volume 1 art exhibition recently opened at the Woermannhaus Art Gallery in Swakopmund.

Radio personality’s inspiring Alopecia recovery

Well-known radio personality Olivia van Wyk has offered hope to women who are goingthrough Alopecia Areata after showing...

WATCH: Meet the Supranational national costume

Inspired by the midnight sky that you can only see in the vast Namibian desert, Julita Kitwe Mbangula’s costume represents the hopes...