Miller Luwoye, a Nigerian-British multifaceted professional will be the first-ever African to engage in the 24 hours Marathon drumming for NHS charities, that will take place in the city of London, from 30th of November to 1st of December 2020.
Miller is a Prolific Musician, Drummer, Entrepreneur, Cartoonist, Artistic Director, Children Writer, Mentor, and Presenter, all in all, he is multi talented and can fit into any space in the entertainment industry.
He was nominated for the African Gospel Music Award in the Jazz category. Regarded as “a man with great vision and foresight”, he launched Miller’s Jazz Lounge at the famous 02 Arena in London. A dinner jazz style venue where some of the top jazz and gospel musicians perform an eclectic blend of music genres to audiences from around the world.
Miller will be the first-ever African to engage in the 24hr Marathon drumming for NHS charities, that will be performed in the city of London, 31st November to 1st December 2020.
“My 24hr Marathon drumming for NHS charities will kick off at 12 noon, November and ends 12 noon, 1 December. I will be playing for an iconic building in the city of London where you can watch with me LIVE STREAM from the comfort of your home” Miller said.
“The national health service (NHS) has fought since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and still standing firm to continue their outstanding national service and we are grateful to them,” He said.
NHS Charities Together is a federation of over 250 charitable organisations that support the National Health Service, its staff, volunteers and patients, in the United Kingdom.
Miller Luwoye told Espact he will be playing over 300 songs during the course of the charity drumming, this will be the most songs performed by an individual in the U.K and Europe”
“Also I will be covering a range of musical genre from Afro beats, Gospel, Jazz, Hi life, 90s and 2000s hip hop etc” Miller added.
Miller Luwoye studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama London, and later gained a scholarship to study further at the University where he graduated with a 1st class honours degree in Music Performance & Arts Management, and as well he acquired a Masters in Film Music Composition.
Today, he works as a Music Director, Drummer, Artistic Coordinator and Children Educator who writes TV programmes for children and continues to conduct music sessions for children in schools around London and other parts of the UKY.