The voice from Kenya

Rhythmic resonance

The voice from Kenya

Bengaluru always keeps its spirits high when it comes to musical concerts and cultural evenings. Many artistes from around the world feel warm and welcome in the City, which known for its music enthusiasts.

One such performer — Joseph Muyale Inzai, the artistic director of the Kenyan Boys Choir — had a brilliant time here. He was recently in the City as a part of the ‘Toccata Live in Concert’. “This was my first time in Bengaluru, it’s a beautiful city and we have all loved it! The weather is very pleasant, surprisingly a lot like the weather back home.”

Ask him about his experience at the performance and he says, “We had one show in the morning for the students of Bishop Cotton Boys’ School and that was a great experience. We got a really positive response from the crowd so our expectations rose a little.” On a lighter tone, he says that he likes Indian food and enjoys gorging on it.

“I tried some Indian food, it’s very spicy but lovely. I remember having some ‘chapatis’ with curry. I hope to explore the cuisine a bit more the next time I’m here. People here are welcoming and helpful. Since the time we stepped into the City, there have been many who have always been there to help us.”

Voicing his thoughts on the concert, he says, “It was a pleasure to perform for Toccata. It is a platform that provides great opportunity for different artistes to come and showcase their talent. As for a crowd like Bengaluru, they are always enthusiastic.”

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