Kabarak University brought the September-December semester to still end in style by conducting an early commemoration of the nativity of Jesus, the most celebrated festivity; Christmas. The Kabarak University sorority walked into the beautifully decorated chapel ready for the Christmas carols performances in today's chapel service.
Melodious corals were presented by the Kabarak University Chapel Choir led by Professor B.J.A Ngala, the great master of music performances. He kept the students on their toes as they gave every note of each song. Their voices were harmonious, sweet-sounding, tuneful, and at par with the whole presentation.
Music is an integral part of everyday life and it's been proven that music is good for the body, mind, and soul. Bearing this in mind The Kabarak School of Music and Media students were not ready to be second to none in their own areas of expertise., their singing indeed made the audience feel the early warmth of Christmas celebrations.
The School of Education, literature, and performing arts were not left behind as they also showcased an artistic and emotive skit. The skit unfolded the wonderful happenings of how the story of the birth of Jesus is told.
The atmosphere was calm yet exciting as all the performances softened the hearts of the Kabarak family with grins from ear to ear and random applause.
The service was wonderfully graced by our great Vice-Chancellor Professor Henry Kiplangat, who congratulated the choir and performers of the service thanking each one for attending and taking part in the Cantata.
Kabarak University Chapel Service would like to wish everyone an early Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2023!