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Celebrating The Magic of Women Coming Together For #SafaricomJazz

For a very long time, women have been left out and have also been heavily under-represented in many sectors. From music, to STEM related...

The Legend That Is Eddie Grey; Jazz Recording & Performing Artist,...

We can't talk about jazz in Kenya without mentioning Eddie Grey. Defined as a forerunner in the Jazz and fusion scene in East and...

What’s Your Jazz? The Power & Importance of Jazz Music in...

Kenya’s musical scene is richly endowed and remarkably diverse. In addition to its entertainment and social value, Jazz music has now fit the bill...

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...

Growing Our Jazz Palette & Expanding Our Boundaries Thanks To Safaricom...

When was the last time you heard a song on the radio or in a matatu only to somehow be reminded of a feeling...

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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