Berklee Cultural Exchange with Global Youth Groove in Kenya

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Each year, a group of Berklee faculty, staff, and students go to Africa as part of Global Youth Groove, a nonprofit whose mission is to use music to transform the lives of young people in Kenya. This video features Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey of Berklee’s Bass Department, along with several students and alumni, who visited schools, orphanages, and Maasai warriors along their journey.
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Global Youth Groove
Featured musicians:
Fadhilee Itulya
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Fariji Napa
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Berklee Student and Alumni Attendees:
Dave Chapman, Samuel Michael Creager, Njoki Karu, Victor Mbogo, Ricky McKinney, Annette Oduor, Ny Ony Razafindratandra, Martin Tamisier, Utako Toyama, Marian Wilson, Gabriel Zutrau
CREDITS:
Produced, Filmed and Edited by Jeannie Greeley
Audio Post Producer: Andres Gutierrez
Graphics: Audrey Harrer
Assistant Producer: Marian Wilson
Additional footage: Sam Creager of Ugly Duck Studios (www.uglyduckstudios.com), and KJ Schel
Production Assistant at PPMC: Laka Nyaga
Global Youth Groove Photographer: Gerald Akolo of GAA Frames. Trip photos can be found at: facebook.com/GAAframes/ and www.gaaframes.wordpress.com
Special thanks to:
Sammy Lutomia; Janelle Browning; Kavutha Asiyo Mwambua, Managing Director MoSound Events; Permanent Presidential Music Commission Director Dr. Donald Otoyo; Christine Maina; The Kenya Conservatoire Director Wandiri Karimi; Safaricom Jazz Lounge; Safaricom Ltd; Tim Rimbui, Owner of Ennovator Music Studio; Oliver Geyer, Resident Manager, Intercontinental Hotel Nairobi; Margot Hinchey, President of Asali; Bob Collymore, CEO Safaricom.
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