As a musician or a creative person, it is very easy to feel defined by what we do. At times I wonder, what do we [Read More…]
As weeks morphed to months following the imposition of economic and cultural lockdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the resumption of live music performance [Read More…]
The Art of music celebrated their 10th anniversary with a public concert at the Amani Gardens in Karura Forest. The Art music brought together over [Read More…]
The Safaricom Youth Orchestra now in its 6th year, has been providing music education and performance opportunities to young talented musicians in Nairobi for over [Read More…]
Written by Joy Ruguru Unlike the owner of this blog, I’m not an ardent fan of jazz. Maybe as background music when I’m eating or [Read More…]
Jazz Appreciation Month fondly known as J.A.M was officiated under the auspices of Smithsonian National Museum of American History in 2012 and is celebrated annually [Read More…]
Interesting jazz artists in Kenya who have stretched and personalized modern jazz conventions, dictating new terms without discarding the old.
Miller was a killer. His performance was superb.
Marcus truly rounded off a stunning #Safaricom jazz performance with his astounding performance.
Ghetto Classics: Making Music making a difference “Teach the children the beauty of music and the music will teach them the beauty of life.” – [Read More…]
It is a golden release! Nairobi funkiest outfit are storming into the music arena this 2019 with their debut album Black in Gold. This follows [Read More…]