Dr. Branco Sekalegga, a Fulbright scholar and a native of Uganda. He is a music educator, composer, and performer. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in music at Makerere University, a Master’s degree music at Wesleyan University, and a P.h.D. in music education from Texas Tech University. As a clinician, producer, adjudicator and trainer, he has collaborated on a number of artistic initiatives, such as Singers of United Lands (SOUL), East African Theatre Institute (EATI), Uganda Youth Theatre, and Umoja Cultural Flying Carpet (UMOJA). Dr. Branco's areas of specialty and interests spans diverse fields, including: music technology, traditional/folk music, choral music and composition. He is an active member of many professional organizations, including International Society of Music Education (ISME) and Pan African Society for Musical Arts Educators (PASMAE). He is the co-founder of GenPros Ug - an organization that provides training, production, and management of performing artists in Uganda.
Music Educator, Producer, Trainer, and Performer and Researcher.