Youngsters find a promising market in a genre thought to be for the 'oldies'
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Nairobi, Jan. 24 -- Harmonies and arrangements, octaves and dynamics and Ludwig van Beethoven's symphonies are scarcely the kind of subjects you would expect a member of Generation Z to talk about.
Orchestral music is associated with older folks with the assumption that they have a keener music ear.
Is that true, though? Not quite true as BD Life has discovered.
Gen Z's enjoy not only listening to this genre of music but playing it as well. From cellists to trumpeters, saxophonists and tubists, classical music is as much a scene for Gen Zs as it is for older generations.
Some like Michelle Oyuga, a multi-instrumentalist who plays the violin, piano and cello are living off the craft.
Others like Tamara Wachira are breaking gender musi...
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