MASERU — Kingdom Classics put up an exceptional show on Friday at Maseru Sun Hotel when the quartet performed pop-classic renditions for six hours.
About 70 people attended the show, dubbed “Kingdom Classics Winter Music Show”, but the low turnout did not deter the group.
Kingdom Classics wowed the audience when they did covers for Dance With My Father (Luther Vandross), Unbreak My Heart (Toni Braxton) and You Raise Me Up (Josh Groban), among many other hits.
The quartet — made up of Tuoe Hantši, Motebang Koneshe, Teboho Morothetsane and Mojai Madras — performed more than 20 songs.
Kingdom Classics also made a big fashion statement as the quartet showed up on stage for different rounds of performances in various trendy attires that impressed the crowd.
Hantši told Xpress People they were happy with the way things had turned out.
“Without the presence of all the people we had at our show, we could not have had the exciting show we hosted.
“It was awesome to see people seated patiently and attentively and enjoying every moment of the show,”
The show was spiced up with performances by local ballroom dancers and one Michael Jackson fanatic who wowed the audience with the late King of Pop’s dance moves.
Representatives of the Choral Music Federation of Lesotho attended the show as did TV personality Ntsiuoa Sekete, former Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) chairperson Leshele Thoahlane, IEC commissioner Fako Likoti and Makalo Theko, the principal secretary of the Ministry of Gender, Youth, Sports and Recreation.
“I have witnessed genuine talent within these fellow Basotho nationals,” Lebohang Mojai, one of the people who attended the show, said.
“I have no doubt the group is going places if it keeps this trend of music they presented to us today.
“I was even reluctant to come here but I am glad I made it because I could have missed out on so much.”