Champagne Violin

Happy new month,


Sending you love during this quarantine.


I hope you are spending your time taking care of yourself and keeping safe too.


Because of immense questions regarding where to get lessons, I have compiled this list of music schools to help you figure out where to start. My advice is to check each and every one of them out, and finally settle on a school where you feel comfortable


The Wynton house of Music is a premier music school that nurtures talent by providing holistic music education. They instruct on a variety of instruments, as well as theory of music and music production. They also sells, hires and repairs instruments, provides public address systems for hire, conducts audio digital recording, directing and producing plays and musicals as well as provides live band music at weddings, parties among other events.

They have three branches

Village Market
Yama Centre
Mountain Mall

       Click Here to learn more about Wyntonn School Of  Music



               Founded in 2003, Sonata School of Music is a professional institution internationally certified by The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. They offer group lessons and individual lessons for both instruments and music theory.

The school is located in Parklands and you can contact them on 0724165100



Jacaranda Music Hub was founded in July 2016 with the sole purpose of propagating quality music education, especially outside Nairobi. They offer individual classes, group classes, choir, orchestra and ABRSM exams opportunities.


They are located at the Mayfair Maisonettes, off Mpaka Road. Block B2

Nairobi, Kenya. To contact them call 0722 878734



Redfourth Academy was founded by prominent Kenyan musician Philip Tuju Sijenyi in April 2016. The aim was to create an institution for study of contemporary music that incorporates techniques of our native music styles and how they can be used to further cultural awareness and continuity. Apart from offering the universal methods of music education, Redfourth Academy Is focused on developing groundbreaking approaches of music education, performance and recording with an emphasis to African music, Dance and Drama.

They teach musical instruments as well as songwriting, composition, music therapy and even film scoring.

Redfourth Academy is located at the 1st Floor, Suite 6A, Southgate Centre, Mkoma Road, South B, Nairobi, Kenya. You can contact them on +254 715209156 or


 Invisible Crown is a Kenyan Institution that uses the Performing Arts to develop God-given Talent, to nurture Confidence (‘The Crown’) in all their students. Their training concept adheres to International Performing Arts Curriculums (LAMDA, ABRSM, CECCHETTI, and LCM) for technical guidelines all while developing CONFIDENCE with its 5 attributes: Courage, Discipline, Creativity, and Self-Assurance & Poise.

They teach instruments private Instrument Classes, Private Voice Classes, Group Voice Coaching

Dance and drama for both children and adults.

They are located at Crown House, off Vihiga Road | Kileleshwa, Nairobi, Kenya and you can contact them on +254 729 200 560


The Kenya Conservatoire of Music exists to promote the teaching and performance of quality music of all styles in Kenya. Equipped with a teaching staff of 35 highly qualified and committed individuals, both native and expatriate, The Conservatoire’s main focus is to ensure that every interested individual has an opportunity to experience the benefits of learning to play/sing music at an affordable cost. The Conservatoire ensures that the students not only receive first-class, quality training in music, but more importantly that they enjoy the practice and challenges of making music.

They offer classes in a variety of instruments as well as lessons in music theory and ensemble conducting. The lessons are given both at the main branch at the Kenya Cultural Centre, and at the Satellite Branch at the Go Down Arts Centre

I hope you find this list helpful and feel free to comment on some of your recommended schools in Nairobi.

Love always,



Champagne Violin

Photography: Alvin Connect


Hey wonderful people


I know I’ve neglected this part, for a long time. But I do have a lot to catch you up on.

All things violin have been amazing.

I got to be on television! I was featured on Living With Ess which is a lifestyle show by Sharon Mundia aka this is Ess! I was so excited considering I’ve been a fan FOREVER!

There was also the wonderful opportunity to play at the book launch for Amina Rabar, who is a host on the Trend and 98,4 Capital FM.

Photo by Justin Mongare

It’s been an amazing violin year so far.

I’m also super excited to announce, that I FINALLY STARTED MY YOUTUBE CHANEL.

It has been a year filled with back and forths, and if I am being all the way honest, there has been so much DOUBT. I have been so afraid of the feedback and of being perfect that I just forgot i was doing this  because I love the violin and that is it.

I’m super excited for this and I hope you all are too!


I have attached the link to the video below,please do watch, share and subscribe too. I’m so excited and mostly nervous to be going on this journey.


Here is the link to the chanel.


Sending you all the love in the world this Easter.





Champagne Violin

Photography: Alvin Connect

Hey loves,

So I’ve never actually shared how much music changed my life and made it so much more amazing. I’m a more holistic person courtesy of the lessons I’ve learnt from playing the violin as well as through playing in various ensembles.

I’ve linked an interview I did at the bottom of this post. Hope this gives you more insight on my musical and violin journey.

Sending you all love!

Xs and Os



Champagne Violin
Hey guys So I’ve been feeling pretty festive and figured I would switch it up this holiday. Every so often I’ll be linking you guys to a Christmas Video! I’m so excited about sharing this project because shooting it was a bunch of fun. The first Christmas Carol is Joy to the world which has honestly been a personal favorite of mine. The link to the video is here and I can’t wait to share some more of this wonderful music. Sending you all the Christmas love! K