KTM Choir that is celebrating 25 years of existence this year will host its mega event at Westwood School on March 3, 2018. KTM Choir’s Mike Modise said they will be at their very best on the night.
“This is the concert where we will sing old KTM songs and share the stage with former KTM choir members,” he said. Even though new choirs are coming up, KTM’s legacy is one that can be seen by everyone. They have produced many talented artists like Lizibo Simon who is always available and belting out songs at most ceremonies organised by the choir. There are also the likes of Punah Molale who also graduated from the hands of the masters at KTM choir. Modise said more should be expected from the concert where they will perform beyond expectation and belt out their best songs to prove that they are indeed the pioneers of choral music in Botswana. The founder of the choir Kgalemang Tumediso Motsete (KT Motsete) is also the author of the National Anthem – Fatshe Leno La Rona.
KTM choir has made choral stylish and relaxed – they do not only sing songs that are slow but always get revelers on their feet to dance and sing to their amazing songs. “We can’t say more of what Batswana should expect because they already know KTM Choir; all I can say is that they should come and enjoy themselves. This will be the best night to remember,” Modise said. Modise said Punah and Lizibo who will sing choral as they help tell a story about the journey of KTM choir since birth. He said people will see the transition of conductors and choristers over the years and former music directors who will all be celebrated including the late Gomolemo Motswaledi.