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Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012
2pm to 7pm
We will have three (3) different sets between 2pm and 7pm, each with its own teaching focus:
Set 1: 2pm – 4pm: Warm up & Basics
Set 2: 4:00pm – 5:30pm: Learning new Rhythms
Set 3: 5:30pm – 7pm: Applying Rhythms & Jam Session
If you are serious about learning to drum, please come to all three! If you would simply like to relax, hangout, play the drums and spontaneously jam for a while, come whenever’s most convenient for you!
Hosted by Kenya’s Top 3 Drummers!
By Donation (Suggested 500 Ksh.)
No One Turned Away!
Enter the main gate of Arboretum Park, walk 2-3 mins on the main pathway, you will see us on the grass on the left hand side! (Call: 0706522640 if you can’t find us).
FOOD / DRINKS:
Bring your own and/or share with everyone! (We may bring extra;)
See you there!
This year’s festival will be held from the 26th of February to the 8th of March.
The venues will be The Arboretum, by kind permission of FONA, The racecourse, by kind permission of the Jockey Club and at Fort Jesus in Mombasa.
Friday 27th, February, 6:30 p.m. @ The Arboretum, Nairobi
Mozart’s The Magic Flute performed by Operaplayhouse
Pamina and Tamino triumph in this most joyous of operas. The young lovers give up their freedom for love’s sake, discovering a still greater freedom. The Opera enchants both the novice and the sophisticate.
Adults: 5,000/- and 3,000/-. Children 500/-
Saturday 28th, February, 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. @ Ngong Racecourse, Nairobi
Musical Medley of Great Hits
Celebrating musical diversity, a fabulous blend of styles and character: brass bands, jazz, pop, fusion & gospel. Performed by popular Kenyan and international artists including Eric Wainaina, the London Adventist Chorale, Suzzana Owiyo & others.
Adults: Grandstand (Prime) 2,000/-, Grandstand(outer) 1,000/-, General area – 500/-, Children :100/-
Sunday 1st, March, 3:00 p.m. @ The Arboretum, Nairobi
Great Classics Concert
Classical music from diverse genres performed with consummate style. A breathtaking performance by the members of the London Adventist Chorale, Guildhall Strings, Operaplayhouse soloists & Kenyan singers conducted & accompanied by Lesley-Ann Sammons.
Adults: 3,000/- and 1,500/-. Children: 500/-
Tickets are on sale at: Nakumatt( The Junction, Westgate, and Village Market), RaMoMa Gallery, 2nd Parklands Avenue, The Energy Source, 26, Karen Connections, Forget – me – not, Nyali, Mombasa, Severin Sea Lodge/ Jahazi Marine, Mombasa, Cape Chestnut, Nanyuki
Children’s prices apply for 12 years and under
Check Kijani Kenya’s website for more information on concerts in Mombasa and flyer of the event