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Chorale launches its 2014 outfit in Johannesburg

There could not have been a better place and time to launch the chorale’s 2014 performance and casual wear outfits than the fashion capital of Africa, Johannesburg during their on-going concert tour.


The predominantly black attire made from a special fabric that is soft on the skin and easy to perform in was designed by a team led by Halaku Gene. The outfit is a blend of African and European styles and is adorned with bright coloured beads on the collar and has a bow at the back with a matching flowing piece for the women. The men’s outfit is equally well designed, still predominantly black with bright blue pieces in African design on the collar and curfs. The outfit launched at the Johannesburg concert was well received and will feature at the big concerts during the tour.


The choir too has launched its casual wear, a sky blue T-shirt with the university’s coat of arms on the front left chest and the chorale’s logo on the right shoulder. The casual wear is meant to be easy wear with any fitting trouser.  After the launch, the casual wear was first won during the courtesy call to the Kenya High Commission in Pretoria. “ We wanted to share our joy with our fellow Kenyans and thus chose the first stop with the casual wear to be our high commission in South Africa” said Josephine Adoyo a veteran soprano of the choir.


Replica T-shirts are available on sale at the choir room in the university student centre.



Maina Wanjau and Jeremy Muriiki with the new uniforms



A performance at the high commission with the new casual wear



Gloria Wangari and Elizabeth Sang showcase the new uniform