Learn the fundamentals of proper posture and breathing, how to warm-up effectively, proper tone and diction, how to expand vocal range, how to blend well with others, vocal health, music appreciation, and the basics of music theory, sight-singing and ear training.
Conservatoire teachers perform at the acoustic alchemy concert in 2013. The Conservatoire insists on the continuous Professional Development of its teaching staff and encourages its teachers to be actively involved in the Kenyan music scene
Timothy Aranaitwe performs his own composition during the Acoustic Alchemy Concert in 2013. The Conservatoire offers courses in Composition, Song Writing and Creative Musicianship, encouraging students to create new music
Since 2009, the Conservatoire has produced a musical annually, creating a forum for music lovers, students and non-students alike to make music together
In 2012, the Conservatoire presented “Seventeen”, a musical composed and produced jointly by the students and staff of the Conservatoire.
David Ralak, the leader of the Conservatoire Orchestra, shakes the hand of Austrian Conductor Vijay Upaphyaya after leading the orchestra in accompanying the St. Paul’s Choir’s performance of the Mozart Requiem. Our music students not only gain skills to develop their talents, but they also develop habits that help them rise above the rest in every aspect of their lives.
Students participate in a Cello Workshop hosted by Katie Warburton. The Conservatoire continuously offers workshops and master classes hosted by visiting International Musicians
Every year, since 2012, the Conservatoire hosts the Singers of United Lands, a quartet of four young professional musicians, each from a different continent. In this photo, the SOUL-Kenya 2013 Team members perform at a concert in Nairobi. From Right: Evgeny Sokolov (Russia), My-Leen Fidel Fomento (Phillipines), Majo Quevedo (Guatemala) and John Kennedy (Ireland)
The SOUL-Kenya 2013 Team poses for a photo with members of the Nairobi Chamber Chorus after performing in a joint concert hosted by the Conservatoire at the Louis Leakey Auditorium.
The SOUL-Kenya 2012 Team poses for a photo with their Tour Manager after performing in a joint concert with the Nairobi Chamber Chorus in Nairobi. From Left: Virgil (India), Lemmuel (Kenya - Tour Manager) Ken (Director of NCC), Marcus (America – Executive Director of SOUL), Paola (Bolivia), Engelhardt (Namibia), Corrine (Conservatoire Director) and Zuzanna (Poland)
Lemuel Agina (Trombone) and David Ralak (Violin), perform solo items at past events. The two were beneficiaries of 2 year scholarships, awarded through a partnership with the GoDown Arts Centre. They currently tutor under-privileged students in the Korogocho Slums in the study of their respective instruments and play in various orchestras in Nairobi. A limited number of scholarships are awarded to students who exhibit potential for leadership and who are willing to give back to the community