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The Moipei Triplets (Mary, Maggy and Marta) from Nairobi, Kenya, graduated from Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas, earning a Bachelor of Art degrees in Music ~ Vocal Performance.

Their musical journey began in 2002 when they competed in the Kenya Music Festivals along with their youngest sister, Seraphine, and were awarded 1st place four years in a row. Their talent has enabled them to perform internationally, performing at various cultural festivals and conventions in Tanzania, Uganda, Canada, Venezuela, China, South Korea and the USA.

Moipei Triplest offering a wide range of repertoire, from classical music, opera, African melodies, jazz and diverse pop songs. They often perform a cappella, with options to perform with keyboards and rhythm section.
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Appointed Kenya's first ever UNICEF Child Ambassadors at the young age of 12. Through their musical talents, they championed girl child empowerment, education, and alternative rites of passage.

Awarded the Head of State Commendation (HSC), by the President of Kenya, Mwai Kibaki, in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the Music Industry and the Nation.

Won the Best of Africa category at the prestigious South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) for their first album "In the Land of the Lion"
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During their college years, the Moipei Triplets enjoyed many opportunities to share their remarkable musical talents. They kept busy staging two sold-out concerts at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, presenting an eclectic mix of their own arrangements of Broadway tunes, jazz hits, sacred pieces and Kenyan folk songs. In 2017, they were featured in their first professional opera, Speed Dating Tonight with the Alamo City Opera company. What's more, the composer Michael Ching, wrote a new piece especially for the trio titled, "If not now when?"

Other memorable experiences included, singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" to thousands of NBA fans at a Spurs Playoff game, presenting a program for the President of Kenya in the iconic Rainbow Room at the Rockefeller Center, and performing with the San Antonio Symphony at their Holiday Pops concert, singing a specially commissioned arrangement of "Let it Snow".
Anything Goes/Cole Porter
Yesterday/The Beatles
O Sole Mio/Eduard di Capus
Nakuapia Yesu (African)/Tuntufye Mwamugobole
Sound of Silence/Simon & Garfunkel
A Ticket A Tasket/Ella Fitzgerald
My Shot/Lin-Manuel Miranda
Some Enchanted Evening/Rodgers & Hammerstein
Take the 'A' Train/Duke Ellington
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy/Andrew Sisters
O Mio Babbino/Giacomo Puccini
Art is Calling for Me/Victor Herbert
Summertime/ George Gershwin
I Feel Pretty/Leonard Bernstein
Girl Talk Sing, Sing, Sing/Louis Prima
Safari Ya Bamba (African)/Giriama Folk Song
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Now pursuing their professional music career at full seed, the Moipei Triplets opened Amarillo Opera's 2019 Black History Month concert series with a one-hour performance set that received rave reviews from local critics. This was followed by a month-long tour of British Colombia, Canada, where they joined forces with the Mennonite Central Committee, providing music for a series of fund-raising banquets, house concerts and church concerts. The trio has most recently returned from a highly successful one-month visit to New Mexico where they featured as the Cantos Outreach Group for the Taos Opera Institute.

The Moipei Triplets would be a superb addition to any performing arts series, symphony, festival or special event. Their wide range of musical genres can suit any program setting and the musical joy they bring to your stage will be a long-remembered experience for your audience and community.