Music Crossroads Academy in Lilongwe has announced that it will reopen on September 14.
The music academy closed following closure of schools, colleges and universities due to Covid-19 pandemic.
However, with the government announcing the reopening of schools, colleges and universities on Monday, Music Crossroads Academy is ready to reopen and follow all the necessary precautionary measures to avoid the spread of the pandemic.
Music Crossroads Malawi Director Mathews Mfune, said Tuesday they were aware of the pandemic’s threat hence they have prepared well to deal with the prevention protocols.
He said the pandemic has affected the academy’s calendar as well as Music Crossroads Malawi programmes including Ethno Music Camp which were cancelled.
The reopening of the academy comes barely two weeks after Music Crossroads Malawi held a Daughters Band online show.
Daughters Band is an all-female band spearheaded by Music Crossroads.
During the show, Mfune said that they had been challenged to embrace online performances during this time that the world was battling Covid-19 pandemic.
Mfune said to date Music Crossroads which is one of the few music schools in the country has graduated over 1,000 students.
“We will continue to train students in different areas including musicians through the music academy, Information Communication Technology (ICT) and vocational skills training programme,” he said.