Musical: Seventeen by Kenya Conservatoire, Dec 14-16 2012 @ Kenya National Theatre

December 7, 2012 at 1:27 pm Leave a comment

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The Kenya Conservatoire of music warmly invites you to this year’s musical: Seventeen.

The creative team is led by well known Kenyan composer and performer Mrs. Nancy Day, who has written the book and arranged most of the music. You will also recognize some of the contributors to this project, who are also renowned performers in Nairobi such as Charles Ouda and Mkamzee Mwatela.

The musical tells of a high school bully who…… come and sees the rest!!! Let’s just say that “things are not always as they seem.’’ The musical styles are so varied, that everyone will find something close to their heart. There is Tango and Taarab, Ragga and “R & B,” Jazz, Ballads, Funk – all accompanied by the Conservatoire Orchestra. With all these musical genres, you are sure to be tapping your feet to the rhythm and indulging your eyes in the absolutely energetic dancing.

Advance tickets will be available from Monday 10th December and there will be a seating map of the venue available for one to pick there preferred seat.

For any enquiries, please contact the Knya Conservatoire

Email: programmes@conservatoire.co.ke or info@conservatoire.co.ke
Telephone: 0726030836/0720962288/0737227903

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