Strings in Kenya

August 11, 2011 by Libby Felts

Growing up in the rural Kithoka community in central Kenya, Bishop Lawi Imathiu didn’t have the opportunity to go to high school. Until 2005, when the bishop founded the Bishop Lawi Imathiu Secondary School, a step in fulfilling the bishop’s vision of bringing education back home in Kenya. Read more ▶

Karibu Suzuki Flute in Tanzania

August 1, 2007 by Kelly Williamson

Karibu means “welcome” in Kiswahili, the official language of Tanzania. Suzuki music in Arusha Kimbra Dixon is the woman behind the Suzuki violin program in Arusha, Tanzania, which now numbers 65 students in the international program, and 15 in the outreach program.… Read more ▶

Suzuki Flute Workshop in Tanzania

June 20, 2007 by Kelly Williamson

The very first Suzuki flute workshop was held in Arusha, Tanzania this March. The workshop was held over two weeks and included a flute care clinic and a final celebration concert. Eleven flutists of varying ages participated, four of whom… Read more ▶

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