• To teach music and music technology in underprivileged communities in Kenya
  • To design cultural exchange program where American students visit Kenya to volunteer in teaching music and also learn traditional music
  • To donate music instrument, recording and production equipment to community centers in Kenya
  • Train the youth and children in western Kenya how to play the above instruments and how to record and produce their music projects.
  • Help initiate a community center where local youth will have access to the above music instruments and equipments.
  • Work with the community leaders and educators on a sustainable plan for the center
  • Setup a modern studio with Industry standard Music Recording and Production equipment and Software
  • Perform with renowned Kenyan artists and Musicians
  • Participate in clinics and workshops with Kenyan Musicians

Who conducts the activity:

  • Global Youth Groove officials
  • Sammy Lutomia Founder/President
  • Lori Lobeinstein  Board Member
  • Sagit Zilberman Secretary
  • Amanda Willey Treasurer

Supporting Organizations in USA

  • Berklee College of Music
  • ASCAP foundation
  • D’Addario & Company, Inc.
  • Music Go Round Natick Mass.
  • First Act

Kenya Partners

  • Permanent Presidential Music Commission
  • Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology
  • Kakamega High School
  • Divine Children’s Orphanage Kakamega
  • Friends of Kakamega Orphanage
  • Shangilia Orphanage Nairobi
  • Sarah Mitaru – UN – Habitat Messenger of truth/Operations
  • Francis Lutomia – Mentor/Advisor
  • Wycliff Shivachi – Educator, musician
  • Onzere Mulongo – Music educator/Advisor
  • Robert Alusiola – Educator , Historian and traditional musician