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Added 28th October 2004 03:00 AM

Artistes for KCC stadium launch
Music fans are set for yet another thrilling concert at the new KCC Stadium at Lugogo (opposite Shoprite Lugogo) this Sunday at 7:00pm.

Artistes for KCC stadium launch
Music fans are set for yet another thrilling concert at the new KCC Stadium at Lugogo (opposite Shoprite Lugogo) this Sunday at 7:00pm.

Music schools for opera gala
The senior voice students of Kampala Music School (some above) are to perform captivating operas at the National Theatre from November 4-5, starting at 7:30pm. The performances will feature staged scenes from favourite operas and musicals, including Mozart’s Magic Flute and Cosi Fan Tutte, Bernstein’s West Side Story and Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, which features Johann Strauss’ Fledermaus sparkling with wit, Viennese dance rhythms and melodies. Renowned pianist, Ulrike Wilson, will also perform. There will also be a night gala celebration on November 6, starting at 6:30 pm. Entry fee is sh10,000 (adults) and sh2,000 (children). The fee for the night gala celebration is sh20,000.


Artistes for KCC stadium launch
Music fans are set for yet another thrilling concert at the new KCC Stadium at Lugogo (opposite Shoprite Lugogo) this Sunday at 7:00pm. The show is part of the activities of the official commissioning of the new stadium. Artistes expected are from Eagles Production, The Homies and Sheila Nvannungi (above), among others and many more. Gates open at 11:00am. Entry is sh4,000 (adults) and sh2,000 (children).


Music concert for Nakivubo
A grand music concert to feature prominent local artistes is to take place at Mengo Palace on Sunday, November 7. The concert, Essanyu Lya Buganda, will feature celebrated local artistes/musical groups like Afrigo band, Prince Job Paul Kafeero, Kulabako Guitar Singers, Abdu Mulaasi, the Homies, Eagles Production and others. Entry is sh5,000.
Proceeds from the concert will go to Kabaka’s Fund to support education of needy children in Buganda.
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