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An Aspiring Surgeon And His Saxophone #SafaricomJazz

Security in parts like Dandora aren't guaranteed, even in the day time. I've heard stories of people who wander into the wrong paths or...

Hope Rekindled Through Playing Jazz #SafaricomJazz

"Playing music makes them temporarily forget their problems. It has also brought back a hope they maybe didn't know they had. I see it...

Grammy Award Winner Marcus Miller To Headline Safaricom International Jazz Festival...

Two-time Grammy award winner Marcus Miller will headline the Safaricom International Jazz Festival scheduled for 11th – 17th February 2019.At the top of his...

Inclusion of Marginalized Groups #NaweKilaWakati

As a human right that is intrinsic to all, governments, institutions and social and delivery systems should be attuned to the obstacles faced by...

Flying High Thanks To The Sound of Music – The Ghetto...

As much as I've heard Ghetto Classics playing multiple times, the beauty and brilliance of the kids still remains indescribable! I'll try to explain...

An Unexpected Jazz Love Affair #SafaricomJazzAt5

Do you still feel the music? Do you still feel your heart pulpate with the sweet sounds of the saxophone that almost lull you...

Event Review: Looking Back At The Enchanting Moments That Were At...

Last weekend, thousands of jazz enthusiasts flocked Kasarani stadium for an afternoon of #SafaricomJazzAt5 that would be best described as an exceptionally riveting experience!But...

The Ghetto Classics Kids Have Changed My Life – A Conversation...

It's not their unfortunate surrounding or the facts that crime and poverty rule the day, it's the fact that they have found something powerful...

Elizabeth Njoroge on The Growth of Ghetto Classics & The Conversation...

The look on Elizabeth Njoroge’s face when I first meet her is one full of hope, almost an array of relief and a whole...

Taking a Look at 5 years of Unforgettable Safaricom Jazz Experiences...

The inaugural Safaricom Jazz Festival was in February 2014 with headliner Cameroon Jazz Bassist Richard Bona. The week long festival ended with a family...

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