Posts tagged ‘michel ongaro’
June Artist Line-up
Queen Mashie June 5th, 2014
Michel Ongaro June 12th, 2014
FENA June 19th, 2014
Mumala June 26th, 2014
The 2nd annual Jazz Day celebration at Tree House brings together more than 8 bands on one stage, Kenyan jazz enthusiasts, the international Community and corporate partners in celebrating jazz with the rest of the world.
Theme for this year is For The Love Of Jazz
Valentines Special: 14 Kinds of Lovers feat. Liron & Michel Ongaro, Feb. 14 2014 @ the Smith – Magadi Road
Date: February 14, 2014
Venue: the Smith, Magadi Road
Time: 7 pm till late
Reservations: 0705625356 / 0736729681, firstname.lastname@example.org
The music concert to launch the One Love, One Society campaign and invite the public to join in. Guest artist Dan Chizi Aced and Michel Ongaro. The concert will be crowned by the Kijani Kibichi band who will strum peace and love songs.
The “One Love, One Society – MasterPeace Campaign” intends to accelerate the increase in dialogue & resilience among the diverse Kenya communities and their leaders in addressing the national needs and priorities. This campaign intends to bring together all the different cultures, religious beliefs, communities and tribes who live in Nairobi by recognizing the ethnic diversity of Kenya in inter-cultural events where people would embrace each other promoting unity.
Join and support this cause by purchasing a ticket at Kes 500 only which goes to the campaign.
Date: January 28, 2012
Michel Ongaro is one of the best known singers and songwriters in Kenya. Ever since he was a young child he had a strong interest in music. Influenced by African rhythms, Jazz as well as Latin and classical music, he gradually became a multi-instrumentalist and started to compose his own music pieces. He produced his first album in collaboration with the German band The Embassadors.
Since then Michel Ongaro never stopped engaging himself in music. GI are proud to announce that the release concert for his new album will be held at the Goethe-Institut Nairobi. The album’s title is Mazoea, which in English means “habit”.
The music is largely acoustic, a fusion of Kenyan rhythms such as chakacha and bengaamong others, creating a unique sound, which you are going to experience at the concert.