I’m pleased to have been assisting inclusion and diversity at British Airways. Here is highlight’s video of their celebration of Black History Month.
Today, the clocks moved backwards one hour. Seasons pass, and going with the flow of time, striving to see the best of each moment, is the best we can do. Let me give you some tips (and a song) to live the winter instead of enduring it!
October is Black History Month, and I celebrated the occasion with British Airways by performing at three different locations: their corporate offices, London Heathrow terminal 5 and also terminal 3.
I’m really happy to be back to the Natwest Accelerator programme. It’s my third and last time! I’ll enjoy it and learn from it to the max, and once it’s over, I’ll keep the friendships, connections and teachings I got close to my heart while I climb up the next steps of the ladder.
Learn about Abel Selaocoe, an internationally acclaimed cello player who’s making a change with his music, and learn about opportunities for other Global Majority musicians to do the same in the UK.
This week, I took my music to a luxurious yacht anchored on the Bay of Cannes in France. The international spirits company Erdrington invited me there for a business event they hosted in occasion of the TFWA World Exhibition & Summit.
Learn about two great opportunities that BLiM offers to string and woodwind players from Black, Asian and ethnically traditionally underrepresented groups.
A few weeks ago, I travelled with my church to the town of Kolín in the Czech Republic. We collaborated with their music department, made new connections and got to know their culture. It was a great trip!
2023 brought me the chance to play with the Not Just Jazz band for the first time since lockdown. I’m so happy about it that I made a playlist.