Cecile Kayirebwa planning a massive concert in Kigali

Genre : Society news
Column : Music
Published on : 20/03/2015



Legendary cultural singer Cecile Kayirebwa is set to thrill Rwandans on March 28th at Masaka Farm Rusororo, Gasabo district.



The concert is one of the annual shows called (Inganzo Ya Kayirebwa) that Kayirebwa normally throws to keep her fans on the grid since she spends most of the time in Belgium, Europe.



"Am ready to sing for my fans in Kigali as well as unveiling new songs on my new album called Mu Rwagasabo," she confirmed



The show will kick off at 6PM and it's being organized by Ceka I Rwanda together with Kayirebwa management team.



The 68 year old music veteran will perform alongside Burundi's band dubbed Moutcho and local artistes to perform at the concert include Kesho Band, Erick, Mukakigeli and many more.



Last year, Kayirebwa celebrated 30years in music industry at Serena hotel and as usual the place was filled to its capacity given the name she has in Rwanda.



Kayirebwa is known by many as a Rwandan ambassador musically to Europe especially in Belgium where she's based.



She boasts of songs like Ndare, Inzozi, Urusamaza, Tarihinda and Kana.


- See more at: http://www.tukabyine.com/news/8138/cecile-kayirebwa-planning-a-massive-concert-in-kigali/#sthash.m7V1BdPc.dp
Legendary cultural singer Cecile Kayirebwa is set to thrill Rwandans on March 28th at Masaka Farm Rusororo, Gasabo district.
 
The concert is one of the annual shows called (Inganzo Ya Kayirebwa) that Kayirebwa normally throws to keep her fans on the grid since she spends most of the time in Belgium, Europe.
 
"Am ready to sing for my fans in Kigali as well as unveiling new songs on my new album called Mu Rwagasabo," she confirmed
 
The show will kick off at 6PM and it's being organized by Ceka I Rwanda together with Kayirebwa management team.
 
The 68 year old music veteran will perform alongside Burundi's band dubbed Moutcho and local artistes to perform at the concert include Kesho Band, Erick, Mukakigeli and many more.
 
Last year, Kayirebwa celebrated 30years in music industry at Serena hotel and as usual the place was filled to its capacity given the name she has in Rwanda.
 
Kayirebwa is known by many as a Rwandan ambassador musically to Europe especially in Belgium where she's based.
 
She boasts of songs like Ndare, Inzozi, Urusamaza, Tarihinda and Kana.



Legendary cultural singer Cecile Kayirebwa is set to thrill Rwandans on March 28th at Masaka Farm Rusororo, Gasabo district.



The concert is one of the annual shows called (Inganzo Ya Kayirebwa) that Kayirebwa normally throws to keep her fans on the grid since she spends most of the time in Belgium, Europe.



"Am ready to sing for my fans in Kigali as well as unveiling new songs on my new album called Mu Rwagasabo," she confirmed



The show will kick off at 6PM and it's being organized by Ceka I Rwanda together with Kayirebwa management team.



The 68 year old music veteran will perform alongside Burundi's band dubbed Moutcho and local artistes to perform at the concert include Kesho Band, Erick, Mukakigeli and many more.



Last year, Kayirebwa celebrated 30years in music industry at Serena hotel and as usual the place was filled to its capacity given the name she has in Rwanda.



Kayirebwa is known by many as a Rwandan ambassador musically to Europe especially in Belgium where she's based.



She boasts of songs like Ndare, Inzozi, Urusamaza, Tarihinda and Kana.


- See more at: http://www.tukabyine.com/news/8138/cecile-kayirebwa-planning-a-massive-concert-in-kigali/#sthash.m7V1BdPc.dp

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