Walking on by the classrooms at Music Crossroads Academy Malawi, after all the natural first-days excitement earlier this month, it is easy to see concentrated looks on student's faces as they follow
Today marks the official start of the first course of the Music Crossroads Malawi Academy, following an orientation week. Excitement is heard throughout the rooms of the academy amongst students and the MC team. “This is really going to change the face of music in Malawi. It is a dream which is finally materializing.
Who says there is no fun in learning? These thirty young musicians from different parts of Malawi who participated in the 2012 Malawi Music Project from 10th through 17th December will agree learning is great. Not only were they taught about HIV/AIDS
A sense of freshness can be felt these days at the newly reformed Music Crossroads Malawi center, in Area 23, at the capital city of Lilongwe, as it prepares to host one of the three Music Crossroads Academies, expected to start early next year in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Music Crossroads Malawi was more than happy to offer its support at the Moon Rock Festival this year which was held at Chintheche, Nkhatabay
Proud winners of the 2012 Music Crossroads International Festival the Konkalazi band were among this year's performers at the Blantyre arts Festivals from October 5th-7th.
With the Music Crossroads Academies project well underway, MC Malawi has finished the first phase of the teacher training program for its forthcoming music academy.
In collaboration with the American Embassy, Music Crossroads Malawi hosted the MIMA Africa tour with renowned African-American percussionist Leon Mobley.