Britain’s Kensington Palace shared on Twitter Friday the photos Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry and Megan Markle used for their Christmas cards. An outdoor image featured William and Kate and their adorable children — George, 5; Charlotte, 3 and Louis, 8 months — casually dressed in blue and brown clothing. “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are […]
Legendary actor Morgan Freeman who is 81 years old is presently in Nepal learning about the Indian religion Jainism for a new documentary series. While there, he was blessed by His Holiness Charukeerhi Bhattaraka Swamiji. Freeman also partook in a ceremony in which a holy thread was tied around his hand and he was given […]
This groundbreaking project started in France in an exclusive and remote Chateau where Jane Maria recorded her operatic vocals to the Chinese classic Jasmine Flower and went all the way from there to London, China, Seattle USA, bringing in musicians from Africa, Jamaica, USA, UK, Philippines, India, France and China on it’s 2 year journey! Fusing Opera and reggae, culture style and tradition in a global movement of peace and love.
From West London to becoming the ‘Dread King’ of Harlem NYC Kwame Binea’s journey to capturing the hearts and minds of the people of New York, New York has been impressive. Selling out iconic venues up and down the East coast and in the midwest of America Kwame has become a fan favorite for those loving his unique style of what he calls ‘Rock and Soul’ music with his big band. As Kwame embarks on yet another sell-out tour of America in 2018 his sights are firmly set on a return to his homeland and city of birth London. Where linking up with Stevie Eagle E of Shlepp Entertainment he wishes to establish himself on the British and European music scene.
When you have sung with the likes of Plácido Domingo and Pavarotti you are perhaps used to ovations and accolades, but when you are an opera singer, singing a song from ‘Old blue eyes’ at an event filled with people half your age into trap music, you would be forgiven for thinking that you may not be the highlight of the evening, wrong!
Robert Magyar who has been singing at the highest level from his days at school, starting at The internationally acknowledged choir of Tóth Lajos Általános Iskola in primary school and going on to perform with the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, Yevgeny Nesterenko, Elena Obraztsova, Éva Marton did not expect his music to have such an impact at the G Salvatore Fashion showcase, his first UK performance.