As a musician that puts on weekly programs in my local area, I knew I needed an instrument that was portable and of the best quality. I saw videos of Numa Compact 2 and knew instantly it was what I was looking for. The self-contained speakers are perfect for small intimate performances and the built-in effects are top notch. Don't be fooled, this keyboard is not limited by any means and handles well on the stage or coming through an amplifier. My favorite sounds are the Rhodes and Clavinets!
Born and raised in Sebring, Florida, Kenji has had the privilege of growing up in a musical home and being trained extensively in the church. He has performed in a vast array of venues and events both in Florida, Kansas, Illinois, Texas, and Georgia. Prior to moving to Kansas, Kenji studied Music Education at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, FL. He later moved to Emporia, Kansas to finish his degree in Music Education at Emporia State University. After completing his studies, Kenji was hired as the new Director of Music Ministries at Valdosta FUMC in Valdosta, Georgia. In Valdosta Kenji directs the Chancel Choir and Mixed Vocal Ensemble as well as ministering through song to local nursing homes. His secular endeavors have allowed him to open for the late Bernie Worrell formerly of Parliament Funkadelic (P-Funk) and Street Corner Symphony. In 2014 Kenji released his first project entitled Unrequited Love and is currently working on his sophomore album called All Grown Up. Kenji is the podcast host of Lyrics and Melody that focuses on music artists' lives and musical accomplishments. It can be found on SoundCloud, iTunes, and Google Play. Currently Kenji performs throughout the South Georgia and North Florida area with Kendrick Jacobs (bass) and Leslie Smith (drums). Together they are the Kenji Bolden Trio and are known for a smooth, refined, and soulful sound.