Kenya’s Singing Sensation Moipei triplets arrive at MAC

The Milford Arts Council (The MAC) and Pantochino Productions Inc. are pleased to announce that the Moipei Triplets will be playing MAC for our very first Nite Spot Nights in over a year and a half.

The Moipei Triplets are originally from Nairobi, Kenya and currently reside in the United States. Their musical journey began at the Kenya Music Festival competitions with their sister Serafina. They received 1st place honors for four consecutive years. They will perform live on the MAC stage on Saturday November 6.

After a successful tour of South Korea, representing their country at the Youth Festival (YoPeFe), the sisters, at the age of 12, were named the first UNICEF Children’s Ambassadors to Kenya. Using their musical talents, they championed girls’ empowerment, education and alternative rites of passage.

They received the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC) from the President of Kenya, His Excellency Mwai Kibaki in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the music industry and to the nation.

Their album “In the Land of the Lion” won the Best of Africa 2011 category at the prestigious South Africa Broadcasting Corporation Awards (SABC) held in Durban, South Africa. The Triplets gave sold-out concerts at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, presenting an eclectic mix of their own arrangements of Broadway tunes, jazz hits, sacred pieces and Kenyan folk songs.

Graduates from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. Studied with Met Opera star Mary Jane Johnson at the Taos Opera Institute. The Nite Spot Night series at MAC features an eclectic collection of unique musical performances by the hottest stars of the New York cabaret scene.

Meg Carriero, marketing specialist for the MAC explains: “These three women have such beautiful voices. But not only can they sing, but they can put their own unique arrangements on familiar tunes and broaden your horizons with music you might not know so well but will certainly love just as much. They bring nerve and humor to their shows and find a way to connect with their audience. The MAC is the perfect place to see these ladies shine. In our intimate space, you will feel the connection between you and the Moipei Triplets, especially with our reduced capacity. The reduced capacity makes the whole experience more intimate, but also makes it an even hotter ticket!

Organized by the Milford Arts Council and Pantochino Productinos, the Moipei Triplets perform at the MAC on Saturday November 6 at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now. For more information or to purchase a ticket, please visit Proof of vaccine or negative COVID test results (within 72 hours of performance) and masks required.

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