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The National Youth Orchestra of Kenya invites new applications for cello and percussion players from young musicians aged 14 to 23. The preferred candidates must demonstrate commitment to ensemble music and leadership potential. Closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Monday 17th June 2013. Selected Applicants may be called to audition at Peponi House Preparatory School(Farasi Lane, Off Lower Kabete Rd) in Nairobi on 22nd June 2013 and may be admitted to KNYO on a trial basis in the next training course (8th to 14th July 2013). Previous applicants are allowed to re-apply if they had previously applied and auditioned before December 2012. Full details and application forms are available from email@example.com and from firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: +254 728814703/ 722570111
The National Youth Orchestra of Kenya invites new applications from young musicians aged 14 to 23 who can demonstrate commitment to music and leadership potential. Closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Monday 5th November 2012. Selected Applicants may be called to audition at Braeburn Theatre in Nairobi on 10th or 11th November 2012 and may be admitted to KNYO on a trial basis in the next training course (11th to 16th December 2012). Previous applicants are allowed to re-apply if they had previously applied and auditioned before December 2011. You can download the application form directly from Nairobi Now: KNYO_APPLICATION FORM_Nov_2012_Edition
Alternatively you can apply using the online form using this online form
This concert celebrates 2 wonderful years of the National Youth Orchestra of Kenya.
It takes place at Strathmore Law School at 3pm on Sunday August 19th. Charges are Kshs 500/- for adults, Kshs 200/- for Students with ID and Kshs 100/- for Children under 12. Tickets available through the Art of Music. Email email@example.com or call 0715918977/0701018184
Watch this short film, put together by the Orchestra’s musical director Jim Pywell, that tells the story of KNYO so far. See how the orchestra has changed the lives of those in it.
The National Youth Orchestra of Kenya was started over a year ago. It is an ensemble of very talented young Kenyans from all walks of life, representing what many of us see as the future of Kenya: positive, gifted and united. Their concert is this coming Saturday, 17th December 2011, 3pm at Braeburn in Gitanga road, recommended for everyone, and especially if you have children who are interested in music.
Date: March 5, 2011
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel
Tickets: Kshs 6000
Tickets available at: Art of Music , Hurlingham House Argwings Kodhek Road
For more information contact: Mercy on 0722 715 600 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Youth Orchestra’s (NYO) vision is to bring together musically gifted youth from around the country regardless of their socio-economic, ethnic or regional background to form the first national orchestra.
Date: December 18, 2010
Venue: Alliance Française Gardens, Loita Street
Tickets: Adults Kshs 300, Children Kshs 100
The National Youth Orchestra will be performing at the French Cultural Centre, Alliance Française.
Come hear this amazingly talented group at the Cultural Centre Gardens.
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