Italian Jazz music comes to Uganda

00:26 by Kaggwa Andrew
It is said that music knows no language, speaks to all cultures and most of the times has no sex.
This will be coming into play as the celebrations of the World Italian Week pick momentum.
The global celebrations that have existed for the past fourteen years will be coming back for the fifteenth edition though the first one in Uganda.
The past editions have all had a theme attached to them like visual arts, poetry, theater and dance among others, thus to mark the fifteenth series, the Italians will be looking at celebrating their versatile music.
It is because of this that the Italian Embassy is bringing Andrea Pagani with the Songs without Voices for a once in a lifetime performance at the National theater this Friday.
The show will also feature mashups and collaborations with local acts Baximba Waves and Roy Kasika.
Entrance is shs20,000/=  and gates open at 7pm.
The performances are being made possible under the patronage of the president of Italy and locally with the organisational support of Bayimba Foundation.


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