Known as the first practising Muslim female band, The Ulfah Collective is a group of women from different backgrounds brought together by
The Ulfah Collective are made up of practicing Muslim women. With an age range of 13 to 42 and a core team of five which expands to fourteen members for larger performances, they are from Pakistani, Somali, Bangladeshi, Arab and Jamaican backgrounds. The varying backgrounds and cultures bring together different interpretations of Islam that are catered for, by women only audiences and performances with just the hand drum. They write their own lyrics and vocal compositions. Their performances have included Wembley Arena (London) to an audience of 12,000 alongside Robin Gibb from the Bee Gees and Ruby Wax.
Their songs are universal and include traditional Islamic songs as well as songs of other faith traditions such as gospel.
There is a possibility we will be recruiting in the near future to avoid missing out on this unique opportunity please contact the Ulfah Arts office on 0121 446 4660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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