21-12-2016 by redazione
After the success of last August, the evenings of Baby Marrow are back with art, culture and discovery of talents that Kenyans have much to say and show. During high season evenings doubled, not only artisans and creatives, as in previous weekly installments, but also musicians and singers.
It starts this way tomorrow evening with musical events in which, every Thursday, will be presented as a "talent show" the world's local leaders of the seven notes, assisted by Maestro Marco "Sbringo" Bigi in the role of "music coach."
Bigi in 2015 he directed a number of Kenyan musicians in Nairobi in the project "Art against poverty 'funded by the European Union, together with an NGO and has launched them with the song" I Sing "which has been in planning for a long time in the capital . To Baby Marrow tomorrow night accompany Kathrine, singer with a velvety voice and intriguing. An evening to enjoy good music, with international standards of pop and soft jazz, but also an opportunity to listen to local talent, put in the right condition to give the best of himself. Saturday night will be the turn of a local craftsman, as the first of the appointments taken care by the artist Gian Paolo Tomasi already in August we had made known jewelery designers, fashion designers, painters and magicians of the recycled material reuse.
Evening appointments are subject to the Baby Marrow dinner (reservations recommended, at Tel. 0700766704). From 18.30 will also be open on Baby Bar, with aperitifs and cocktails.
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