One of Uganda's most progressive contemporary female artists, Mariam Ndagire
is scheduled to perform in The Bronx, New York later this year.
"It will be a great event, the first of its kind when we host the Ugandan female artist MARIAM NDAGIRE and other performers in New York City at CARDINAL HAYES HIGH SCHOOL 650 GRAND CONCOURSE BRONX, NY 10451", explains Annet Nakamya, the Publicity Secretary of UAAGNY
This is not going to be the first time Mariam
has performed in The States.
featured at the UNAA-Boston Convention
Mariam Ndagire is the lead singer of the Trends Band based at Bat Valley theatre in Kampala.
The multitalented Mariam is also an accomplished playwright and actress.
was a female-vocalist nominee for the inaugural Peal of Africa Music Awards in 2003.
To know more about Mariam
, don't hesitate to visit her
personal websites at
www.mariandagire.tk and www.mariamndagire.com
to launch Majangwa.
A few weeks back, Mariam
graced the film industry with a new movie "Strength of a Stranger", now she
will yet again grace the entertainment with a new music album "Majangwa" on the 13th February, 2009 at Theatre La Bonita.
The eight-track album consists of mainly love songs and she
would like to refer to the album as the best that she
Mariam Ndagire's Majangwa album review.
The feeling of I am about to press play to listen to Mariam Ndagire's latest effort in the form of her latest studio album Majangwa does not only create tension but anxiety too simply for the reason being that it means you are about to listen to not only a veteran respected stage actress and play righter but also an extremely imaginative and quite experimental type of female diva lyrically.
It's therefore not surprising that many of her
songs have been chosen as stage feelers for enormously emotional stage play scenes.
latest outing Majangwa does not only show that Mariam
can capture your emotions off guard but in the long run you might as well gain some entertainment(get educated about different social issues whilst being entertained by the beauteous music patterns as powered by the various music instruments there in.
Quick Talk calls Mariam Ndagire
to schedule an interview for a Sickle Cell conference she
is co-organising and when an interview date has been tentatively set, Quick Talk sneaks in a request for a Quick Talk interview.
is uncomfortable with such interviews; so, Quick Talk has to tread carefully, and cleverly...
The interview took place in her
office at Bat Valley theatre.