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  • Maurice Kirya is a musician I have always felt is over-looked by the many concert and festival organisers in Kenya. Despite having nice blend of music that borrows from his Ugandan roots as well as elements of Soul and RnB, Maurice has only been in Kenya for other reasons and not his powerful music and performances.

    Maurice Kirya finally gets to perform in Kenya at the Koroga Festival

    Maurice Kirya is a musician I have always felt is over-looked by the many concert and festival organisers in Kenya. Despite having nice blend of music that borrows from his Ugandan roots as well as elements of Soul and RnB, Maurice has only been in Kenya for other reasons and not his powerful music and performances.

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  • It’s been a momentous week in the world of music. The death of Prince Nelson Johnson known only as Prince (yes for you who thought it was a pseudonym…) has shaken the very core of the entertainment. It did steer some emotion when I first saw it on TV news headlines before jumping online onto Twitter and other social media sites to confirm my fears.

    Prince – Ode to one of the Greatest Musicologists

    It’s been a momentous week in the world of music. The death of Prince Nelson Johnson known only as Prince (yes for you who thought it was a pseudonym…) has shaken the very core of the entertainment. It did steer some emotion when I first saw it on TV news headlines before jumping online onto Twitter and other social media sites to confirm my fears.

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  • Darkness had already fallen over the Kasarani stadium grounds when the band we’d all been eagerly anticipating finally came on […]

    The Electrifying Safaricom Jazz Experience

    Darkness had already fallen over the Kasarani stadium grounds when the band we’d all been eagerly anticipating finally came on […]

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  • Well into its third year now, the Safaricom International Jazz Festival recently announced its main act for this year’s festival […]

    Grammy Award Winner Branford Marsalis for 3rd Safaricom International Jazz Festival

    Well into its third year now, the Safaricom International Jazz Festival recently announced its main act for this year’s festival […]

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  • PAWA Festival - Art in the Streets is an annual street festival that will be taking place on Sunday 20th December 2015, from 10.00am to 10.00pm at the heart of Nairobi’s Central Business District, along City Hall Way, showcasing socially conscious East African Art, Music and Creativity.  It will act as a platform for innovative young artists to showcase their creative genius though visual and performance quality pieces including: public installations; film screenings; photography exhibitions; music; poetry; and literary readings.

    PAWA254 launches PAWA FESTIVAL ‘Art in the Streets’

    PAWA Festival – Art in the Streets is an annual street festival that will be taking place on Sunday 20th December 2015, from 10.00am to 10.00pm at the heart of Nairobi’s Central Business District, along City Hall Way, showcasing socially conscious East African Art, Music and Creativity.  It will act as a platform for innovative young artists to showcase their creative genius though visual and performance quality pieces including: public installations; film screenings; photography exhibitions; music; poetry; and literary readings.

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  • Nairobi is the place to be for art lovers this November as the Kenya Art Fair 2015 returns to the Sarit Centre from  13th -15th November having firmly established itself as the premiere event for the contemporary visual arts. Organized by the region’s leading visual art centre Kuona Trust with partners Text Book Centre and Sarit Centre, the fair aims to nurture, appreciate and recognize excellence in the contemporary arts.

    Kenya Art Fair returns for the 2nd Year from 13th – 15th Nov, Sarit Center

    Nairobi is the place to be for art lovers this November as the Kenya Art Fair 2015 returns to the Sarit Centre from 13th -15th November having firmly established itself as the premiere event for the contemporary visual arts. Organized by the region’s leading visual art centre Kuona Trust with partners Text Book Centre and Sarit Centre, the fair aims to nurture, appreciate and recognize excellence in the contemporary arts.

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