April 2013. Queen Jigzie presented music song dance and storytelling at Caroline Springs Civic Centre and Melton Library.
November 2013. Jigzie attended AWME as a delegate. AWME Australasian WorldWide Music Expo is a fantastic three day World Music Expo held in Melbourne
August 2013 Queen Jigzie toured South Australia performing at Schools and Kindergartens. Performances were in Bordertown Naracoorte Keith Nhill Murray Bridge and Adelaide.
September 2013 Queen Jigzie worked at Wheelers Hill Library presenting dance music storytelling and games from Jamaica.
August 2013 Queen Jigzie visited Wesley College as a presenter for their middle school Readers and Writers Festival…IDENTITY WHO WHY AND WHERE….Via music,song,dances and stories from traditional and contemporary Jamaica students were entertained and educated on various aspects of Jamaican … Continue reading →
February 2013: Queen jigzie attended the 10th Biennial conference of the AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION FOR CARIBBEAN STUDIES in Melbourne. The conference was organised through La Trobe University. It was an interesting, informative, interactive, enlightening and entertaining conference. The speakers and presenters … Continue reading →
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March 2013: Queen Jigzie and King Ru treated the Footscray Community to a lively, interactive, educational and fun filled performance celebrating Multicultural Day. This Dynamic Duo exposed the audience to various aspects of Jamaican culture via percussion, dance, song, music … Continue reading →
In November 2012 Queen Jigzie attended AWME (Australasian Worldwide Music Expo) as a delegate.
Queen Jigzie is back from her world tour after visiting the UK, Jamaica, Barbados and USA. In the UK Queen Jigzie recorded a segment for a government funded motivational video. One of the highlights in the UK for Queen Jigzie … Continue reading →
The Community Festival At Garden City Reserve initiative of the voluntary organisation Port People Inc sponsored by City of Port Phillip,Port of Melbourne Corporation plus various local busineses. It was a well organised festival in a beautiful park with a … Continue reading →