– They were joined by their mom, dad, and sister to celebrate their big day
– The trio had been a darling of many at the campus with their angelic voices
– They will be remembered for their sterling performance during President Uhuru’s inauguration in 2013
The Moipei’s quadruples graced our screens with their angelic voices growing right in front of our eyes.
It has been a minute and now they are all grown up and through with college.
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The Moipei triplets graduated with first class honors at the St Mary’s University in Antonio, Texas, USA on Sunday, May 15.
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Their dad, Nicholas Moipei, together with their mother, Christine and youngest sister flew to Texas to join the girls in their big day.
“I am very proud of the girls for the achievement they have made thus far,” said their father who doubles as their director.
Mary, Marta and Magdaline, together with their youngest sister Seraphine, formed the musical group, Moipei Quartet.
They were the first United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) child ambassadors just at the age of 10 and 12.
The trio performed at the campus in different functions as well as Tobin Centre – a Broadway level facility in the city of San Antonio.
The most remarkable was their performance of the American national anthem ,The Stars Spangled Banner, at the start of a National Basketball Association (NBA) match between San Antonio Spurs and the LA Clippers.
In 2017, they had a sterling performance during the inauguration ceremony of San Antonio mayor, Ron Nirenberg’s.
“Marta has a deeper voice, Mary is a high soprano and Maggy somewhere in between.Together their voices beautifully complement each other,” said their professor at St Mary’s University.
Besides the clarinet, Mary also plays the saxophone. Maggy plays the flute as well as the piccolo, while Martha is great at the piano and the trumpet.
Before going to St Mary’s, the quartet had performed at President Uhuru Kenyatta’s inauguration in 2013.
They have a 12-track album, In the Land of the Lion.
They are working on their second album which will include themes of their experiences in Texas.
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