September 27, 2017 / comments : 0
The Zimbabwe College of Music this week launched a new recording studio which would help aspiring artistes make a mark in the showbiz business.
College executive director, Rachel Chigwanda reiterated that the studio would serve as a platform to nurture adequately trained professional music artists.
The Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Dr Lazarus Dokora welcomed the launch of the music recording studio saying it had come at an opportune time when his ministry was celebrating the introduction of the new curriculum.
The college's vision is to produce music art professionals and in that regard, counts musicians such as Hope Masike, Rute Mbangwa and Dudu Manhenga among its products. ENTERTAINMENT
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