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Discussion: The Financial Potential of Kenya’s Music Industry, Sept. 28 2016 @ Goethe Institut Auditorium
The Goethe-Institut Kenya together with the pan-African music portal Music In Africa will be hosting two panel discussions titled ‘Music Policy in Kenya’ and ‘Kenyan Music’s contribution to the economy’.
The second discussion will bring together panelist from key segments of the industry to explore the commercial potential of Kenyan music, realities, challenges, opportunities and industry’s contribution to the Kenyan economy.
Our panelists will be:
Mike Strano: Founder, Phat! Entertainment
Tim Rimbui: Producer & Founder Waabeh.com
June Gachui: Artist and IP Lawyer
George Gachara: Managing Partner HEVA Fund
Music In Africa is an initiative by the Goethe-Institut together with the Siemens Stiftung and partners from across Africa.
Admission is free.
Koroga Festival Ft. Manu Dibango, Maurice Kirya, Edward Parseen + Different Faces & June Gachui, May 8 2016 @ the Arboretum Gardens
Performances by: Manu Dibango, Maurice Kirya, Edward Parseen + Different Faces Ft. June Gachui
Join us on the 1st of April as we celebrate all the women in our lives at #AnEveningOfAfroJazz the #DivasEdition featuring the multi-talented actress, musician and intellectual property lawyer, June Gachui. On stage we’ll also have Swiga whose an energetic, sassy and lively performer, whose music is an eclectic blend of different genres with a jazzy feel to it.
To top it all off, we’ll have an electrifying performance from Ricky Nanjero and the Marafiki band.
For more information, visit the event Facebook Page
Host: Christine Kamau
Panelists: June Gachui, Athieno, Sage and Sali Oyugi
Performances by CHRIS BITTOK feat: Different Faces Band + Special Surprise Guest Appearances
Hosted by June Gachui
Donations can be sent to MPESA Paybill # 317036 Acct # AnneBittock
International Women’s Day: Women of the World Talk & Act Conference 2015, Mar. 7 2015 @ Michael Joseph Centre
Women have been long termed, “their own worst enemies”. But in 2015 Moving Cultures is going to change that with the “Women of the World Talk & Act” interactive conference as we celebrate International Women’s Day in style!
This is the only event that you will find Fashion beacons such as Ann McCreath, Ajuma Naseyana, Politicians; Naisula Lesuda, Thespian and performers such as June Gachui, Emi Kitasako ( Japan), Temi Ogunyuko (USA), Salsa instructors such as Marion Munga, Photographers such as Georgina Goodwin and Writers such as Margaretta Gacheru and over 20 other iconic women sharing of themselves in one on one mentorship and facilitation, to grow the force and effect of women to positively impact Kenya and the world.
For more information on this event contact: firstname.lastname@example.org