Meet the next generation of home-grown musical heroes – twelve unique vocalists the SAMRO Foundation believes have the promise and potential to rise to the top. Rarely do we see the drive that goes into creating music, the sacrifices artists make for their career, or
The 6th Unisa International Voice Competition has ended on a historical note with French vocalist Cynthia Abraham announced as the first winner of the Jazz Voice Category and Cecilia Rangwanasha who was the first South African classical singer to win a Unisa International Voice Competition.
The finalists of the Classical Category of the Unisa International Voice Competition have just been announced. They are the South African sopranos Thembinkosi Magagula, Palesa Malieloa and Cecilia Rangwanasha. They will compete on Saturday 03 February at 19:00 in the Z K Matthews Great Hall.
The second Unisa National Voice Competition was held from 8 to 15 July 2017 at the ZK Matthews Great Hall on the Unisa main campus in Pretoria. Similar to the 2014 National Piano Competition, the voice competition included parallel jazz and classical categories with independent