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By Vision Reporter

Added 7th October 2004 03:00 AM

A musical independence
Local aritstes are to celebrate Independence Day in style. They have organised a show dubbed ‘Independence Special’ to take place at Entebbe Resort Beach tomorrow. Artistes to perform include: Ragga Dee, Abdul Mulasi, Bobi Wine Julianna Kanyomozi among others.

A musical independence
Local aritstes are to celebrate Independence Day in style. They have organised a show dubbed ‘Independence Special’ to take place at Entebbe Resort Beach tomorrow. Artistes to perform include: Ragga Dee, Abdul Mulasi, Bobi Wine Julianna Kanyomozi among others.

A musical independence
Local aritstes are to celebrate Independence Day in style. They have organised a show dubbed ‘Independence Special’ to take place at Entebbe Resort Beach tomorrow. Artistes to perform include: Ragga Dee, Abdul Mulasi, Bobi Wine Julianna Kanyomozi among others.

‘Swimming Pool’ here
Abdu Mulasi, the PAM Award-winning Kadongo kamu maestro, is launching his famous hit Swimming Pool this evening at Sabrina’s Pub. The MTN-sponsored show will feature prominent artistes like Titie, Winnie Munyenga, Willy Mukaabya,Gerald Kiweewa, Bobi Wine and Amarula Family. The show is co-sponsored by Kagame’s Boutique and Fanda Family.

KPC at the theatre
the drama team of Kampala Pentecostal Church is to present a play Logoma is Searching at the National Theatre from today to Sunday. Also to feature are dances, poems and musical performances. The shows begin at 2:30pm and 6:00pm. Entrance is sh5,000 for adults and sh2,000 for students.

Music students shine
The seventh Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) High Scorers’ Concert that took place at Sheraton Kampala Hotel last Sunday. It was a demonstration of high quality classical music. The pefromances were by students of Kampala Music School who scored highly in the annual music exams that are set and supervised by the ABRSM in London. Though rather long, the performances were thrilling. The dominantly ‘white’ audience was treated to a variety of instrumental and vocal music. The performers exhibited amazing prowess at such wind/string instruments as the trumpet, tuba, clarinet, flute, violin, violoncello, piano and guitar. Voice students also put up an equally captivating show that highlighted their competence and skill. M-Lisada, a brass ensemble of former street kids, put up a superb performance, demonstrating a unique masterly of their respective instruments. The director of MTN, Charles Mbire was impressed. He offered to sponsor the band for another year at the school. Mbire also donated two fully connected mobile phones to two voice students Betty Nayiga and Cathy Nakanwagi for their impressive performance.

Stories by Mathias Mazinga

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