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SAJE jazz festival

The 6th SAJE Jazz Festival

The sixth SAJE Jazz Festival is a three-day event that brings the best South African and international talent in the jazz world to two fabulous venues during Jazz Appreciation Month (fondly known as JAM). The Festival takes place from 26 to 28 April 2019 in

Standard Bank Jazz Festival

SA’s oldest jazz festival celebrates great legacies

The countdown to the 2018 Standard Bank Jazz Festival kicks off with a line-up of leading musicians poised to make it an unforgettable 31st edition at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. Taking place from 28 June until 7 July, the programme will celebrate great

Iza Ngoma

Young Jazz Talents Iza Ngoma in Hammarsdale

In association with Concerts SA and Seaman’s Corner, iSupport Music Business presents Iza Ngoma live in Hammarsdale. The concert will take place at Seaman’s Corner on Saturday 31 March 2018, doors open at 19:00 and entrance is R30.    “The audience can expect bliss and

Youth Jazz

Artscape Youth Jazz Festival on Friday 30 June

An evening of superb South African jazz celebrating young musicians in performance with their mentors. Artscape Youth Month this year is from 5 June to 15 July. The highlight once again is the Youth Jazz Festival. It celebrates 14 soloists who successfully auditioned to be

Voice Competition

Second Unisa National Voice Competition is Finally Here

The long-awaited Second Unisa National Voice Competition will take place from 8 to 15 July next year. As with the recent national piano competition, the National Voice competition will consist of two categories: Jazz and Classical. South African vocalists are invited to enter for the

Jazz Festival

Young South African Talent at Joy of Jazz Festival

Nomfundo Xaluva and Lindiwe Maxolo are the bright young South African talent at this year’s Joy of Jazz festival, hosted by Standard Bank at the Sandton Convention Centre. Nomfundo Xaluva and Lindiwe Maxolo were on the line-up of this year’s prestigious South African Jazz festival. Both shared the

Hugh Masekela – A Lucky Man. Photo cred: Brett Rubin

Hugh Masekela – A Lucky Man

Celebrating Hugh Masekela’s participation in Rand Merchant Bank Starlight Classics. The sheer force behind Hugh Masekela’s eyes incidentally reveal the passion that is his driving source – or ‘obsession,’ as he calls it – and almost warrants the immensity of his laughter. ‘Where’s the music?’ he

The Orbit Two Year Anniversary Festival

The Orbit Celebrates Two Years of Exceptional Jazz

March is Anniversary Month at The Orbit – Home of Jazz, and we are celebrating in style with some of the very best and well-established jazz artists on the South African jazz scene (see line-up). The last two years have been punctuated by some amazing

Two pianos, one captivating new world of South African music

Two pianos, one captivating new world of South African music

Two of South Africa’s most renowned pianists, Kathleen Tagg and Andre Petersen, have joined forces to create a kaleidoscope of sonic colour, exploding the concept of what two pianos can do and sound like. They will perform in Where Worlds Collide: Kathleen Tagg and Andre Petersen on

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