The Kenya Film Classification Board is proud to be part of the 96th Edition of the Kenya Music and Cultural Festival (KMCF).
The Festival will take place under the auspicious theme, “Our Culture: Towards National Cohesion, Integration and Peace.” This Exciting 8-day Festival will cover some significant community festivals at the ground level and will present them at the national level.
Further, the Festival will include diverse cultural expressions in dance, music, film poetry, drama and cultural exhibition, thus providing solutions to society’s challenges through artistic expression.
The Festival aligns with KFCB’s mandate to promote Kenya’s culture, National values and aspirations.
Reportedly, the Kenya Music and Cultural Festival is the most popular in the Community. The Festival showcased and covered a wide range and the richness of the Kenyan Culture, fostering unity and harmony. The presence of the Festival contributed to the vibrant tapestry of the community.
Recently, The Taita Taveta County Assembly Choir emerged at the top in the just concluded Kenya Music and Cultural Festivals (KMCF), County level themed “ Our culture towards: National Cohesion, Integration and Peace.”
The choir’s exemplary performance saw them scoop position one in all its eight items. Four trophies were awarded as follows:
1. Best Fork song
2. Best Cultural dance
3. Best choir
4. Best team overall (diversity of items).
The team has now shifted its focus and energy in preparations for the 96th Edition of the Kenya Music and Cultural Festivals (KMCF) that will be held in Wote, Makueni County. During the Festival, the winners (TTCA Choir) will join other participants from Kenya to compete and celebrate the diverse Kenyan Cultural Heritage.
Last year, the TTCA choir was ranked National KMCF champions in East African Anthem with 91% marks.