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Nairobi Music Society and Nairobi Orchestra May Concert, May 26 & 27 2018 @ All Saints Cathedral – Nairobi


Come and join the Nairobi Music Society and Nairobi Orchestra for a concert full of a mix of wonderful music – the world premiere of Njane Mugambi’s Mass for Peace, inspired by music from all over Kenya, together with Bach’s Cantata and Brahm’s Schicksalslied.

Dates and time: Saturday 26th May – 7pm and Sunday 27the May – 3pm
Venue: All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi

Tickets
800/- Adults
500/- Members and Children.

Available on the door or in advance via Mpesa to 0795 900 665

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May 18, 2018 at 10:22 am Leave a comment

Christmas Concert ft. the works by John Rutter, Mark Hayes – performed by the Nairobi Music Society and the Nairobi Orchestra, Dec. 9-10 2017 @ All Saints Cathedral – Kenyatta Avenue


Dates: 9th December 2017 / 10th December
Time: 7pm / 3pm
Venue: All Saints Cathedral, Kenyatta Avenue
Tickets: KES 800 Adults
KES 500 Students and NMS Members

Featuring the works by John Rutter, Mark Hayes and a host of blissful arrangements of your favorite Christmas tunes – performed by the Nairobi Music Society and the Nairobi Orchestra – Conducted by Duncan Wambugu

December 4, 2017 at 5:21 pm Leave a comment

All Saints’ Cathedral Centenary Music Week, Jul. 26-30 2017 @ All Saints Cathedral


Dates: July 26-30, 2017
Venue: All Saints Cathedral
Time: 7 pm
All Events are free of charge

About
As part of their centenary celebrations, All Saints’ Cathedral will be holding a whole week of music events and concerts, featuring both local and international artistes.

Some of the key highlights for classical music lovers will be:
THURSDAY THE 27TH OF JULY @ 19.00 HOURS. Both local and visiting organist’s will explore All Saints Cathedral’s magnificent Walker organ. Works will include Mendelssohn, Bach, Norman Cocker and some interesting works for orchestra flute and organ. Do not miss this exciting hour!

SATURDAY 29TH JULY @ 19.00 HOURS – The tenth edition of Sounds of Praise. This will feature visiting bassoonist and graduate of the Royal Academy of music Bernie Childs’ performing Mozart’s Bassoon concerto, a world premier of Andrew Whitaker’s setting to Psalm 150 as well as other beautiful choral works all performed by the massed choirs of the Cathedral.

SUNDAY 30TH JULY @ 15.00 HRS. This crowns the week with a performance of Handel’s Messiah with massed choir, organ and orchestra. This will be conducted by Alan Childs , music adjudicator, choral director, organist and Royal schools of music examiner.

July 25, 2017 at 6:29 pm 1 comment

Israel in Egypt – Concert, May 6 & 7 2017 @ the All Saints Cathedral – Kenyatta Avenue


The Nairobi Music Society presents the thrilling Exodus story told by George Fredric Handel performed by the Nairobi Music Society Choir and the Nairobi Orchestra conducted by Mark Statler on:

Dates and time: May 6, 2017 – 7pm and May 7, 2017 – 3pm
Venue: At the All Saints Cathedral, Kenyatta Avenue
Tickets: Kshs: 800/- and Kshs: 500/- (for concessions)

May 2, 2017 at 6:52 pm 1 comment

50 Years of Conducting by Tony Davies, May 9 & 10 2015 @ All Saints Cathedral – Kenyatta Avenue

NMS May concert poster 2015
Dates: Saturday 9th May 7.30 pm and Sunday 10th May 3.00 pm
Venue: All Saints Cathedral, Kenyatta Avenue
Tickets: Adults: 800/- Students (with ID) and NMS members 500/-

About
The main item on the programme of this year’s May concert is the much-loved Mozart Requiem. If you don’t instantly remember it, it’s the work which was central to the film Amadeus. In the first half of the concert we shall sing eight shorter pieces, some quite well-known and others more unusual but equally lovely. We can be sure that one of them, by Jansson, will definitely be new to you because it was only published last June. It is exceptionally beautiful, which is why it has secured a place in this landmark event.

The landmark is that the conductor, Tony Davies, will be setting down his baton for the last time at the end of these concerts. He came to Nairobi in 1963 after leaving Oxford, where he conducted his first choir. He has made innumerable appearances in musical events here: as solo pianist in several concertos with the orchestra, in piano recitals, as accompanist in voice and instrumental recitals, and as conductor of his own chamber groups, the last being Cantabile. He is founder Chairman of the annual Young Musician of the Year Competition. Most importantly for us, he has conducted more performances of Nairobi Orchestra and of Nairobi Music Society (each taken separately) than anyone else in their long history (67 years and 77 years respectively). In addition to the orchestral and choral repertoires, he has conducted or been musical director of musicals, revues and opera, as well as just generally entertaining people with light piano improvisations and classical piano works at all sorts of events.

We are of course not celebrating his retirement but rather acknowledging and thanking him for the all pleasure his music he has brought to so many people, all those thousands of people in the audiences and the many hundreds of performers he has guided and encouraged since his arrival here fifty-two years ago. Do come and join the celebration, and share some of the world’s great music conducted by a great friend of music and musicians in Nairobi.

May 5, 2015 at 11:22 am Leave a comment

Philip ‘Fil-ah’ Tuju – the Official Introduction Concert, Dec. 7 2014 @ All Saints Cathedral – Trinity Auditorium

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About
Name the best singers musicians and groups in Kenya today, and there is a high chance that the name Philip ‘Fil-ah’ Tuju, will pop up.

From Sauti sol to Elani, Scott the Violinist to Anto neosoul, from Kenzo to Avril, Fil-ah has been the one who has given these artists key lessons in vocal performance and technique.

With great experience as a founder singer with the once vocal giant group Pentamony, and vocal instructor at Upper Hill School and many other institutions and private students, Fil-ah is an authority in matters singing.

This December 7th 2014 come listen to the creator of modern day vocal harmony in Kenya backed by a chamber orchestra, 6piece band, and a 70 voice strong choir (the RedFourth chorus), Philip ‘Fil-ah’ Tuju, will deliver the most heartfelt performance ever witnessed in Kenya.

His new acapella album Every Dream will be on sale.

He will collaborate with notable musicians including; Scott the Violinist, Maryolive Mungai, Rhoda Ondeng, Robin Marcel, Benson Mutahi, Moulded, Solitude, Upper Hill School/ State House Girls choir and the 4 year old singer Yahya

Date: 7th December at all saints Cathedral (Trinity Auditorium)
Entry 500 Adults
300 students
children below 12 years free

December 4, 2014 at 2:09 pm Leave a comment

Nairobi Music Society Christmas Concerts, Dec. 6 & 7 2014 @ All Saints Cathedral

NMS Concert
Nairobi Music Society has a great programme for Christmas this year, with concerts on the first weekend in December at All Saints’ Cathedral, Kenyatta Avenue.

On Saturday 6th December it will be an evening performance, starting at 7.30pm and ending at 9.30 pm. This will be repeated on Sunday afternoon, 7th December, at 3.00 pm., ending at 5.00pm.

December 1, 2014 at 9:49 am Leave a comment

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