2014 Standard Bank National Jazz & Arts Festival

2014 Standard Bank National Jazz & Arts Festival in Grahamstown

Standard Bank National Jazz & Arts Festival Program – Friday 11 July

2014 National Arts Festival

Time: 11:30

Tribute MboweniVenue: The Vic

Tribute Mboweni

Tribute Mboweni

A singer and environmental activist, Tribute’s music is the result of her jazz and soul influences, local and international. Soulfully mellow, yet sharp and striking, her aim is to draw you in, share of her self and grow with every performance of each song.

 

 

Time: 14:00

Steve Newman & Ashish Joshi – Venue: Rhodes Chapel

Guitar virtuoso Steve Newman

Guitar virtuoso Steve Newman

Together, Steve and Ashish have recorded and released ‘Live at the Mahogany Room’ and ‘In the Clouds’. A show not to be missed

 

 

 

Time: 17:00

Singstruments: A Symphony of Jazz – Venue: DSG Hall

Tutu Puoane

Tutu Puoane

Featuring 5 past winners of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award. 2014 heralds 30 years of sponsorship of the Standard Bank Young Artist Awards by Standard Bank – a corporate entity that has been at the forefront of the development of the arts in this country. This remarkable performance brings together five of South Africa’s musical gems, all of whom have been Young Artist Award winners for Jazz. In a vocal celebration both unique and captivating Sibongile Khumalo, Gloria Bosman, Tutu Puoane and Melanie Scholtz produce a beautiful bouquet of vocal harmonies, sonorous melodies and jazz classics that indicate why they are regarded as being of our nation’s finest singers. Accompanying them on piano is Bokani Dyer.

Time: 18:00

Gary Thomas – Venue: Albany Cabaret Club

Gary Thomas

Gary Thomas

“A virtuoso display of mastery” – Rolling Stone. “A rare breed of genius” – 24.com. “Electrifying… rupturing the conventional One-Man Guitar/Vocals Mould” – Mail & Guardian. “Manipulating guitar strings so they converse in a new language” – Cape Argus. “Bafflingly brilliant” – Cue. “Wizardry, the definition of an artist” – Levi’s MusicMag. “One of the most original and followed acoustic musicians in the country” – Whatson.co.za. “Spellbinding, haunting, the audience is mesmerized” – Your LMG

Time: 19:00

Lira in Concert – Venue: Guy Butler Theatre

Music Performed By: Lira (vocal), Petrus Mngomezulu (keyboard), Kenton Windvogel (guitar), Earl Baartman (bass), Joshua Zacheus (drums)

Lira

Lira

Lira is a multi-platinum award-winning South African singer/songwriter who refers to her music as a fusion of soul and funk with elements of jazz and African music. She has graced the covers of numerous fashion and lifestyle magazines and won a multitude of accolades from South African Music Awards, MTV Africa Awards, Channel O Awards, Metro FM and MOJO Awards as well as being Glamour Magazine South Africa’s “Woman of the Year.” Lira is the first African artist to release a full HD DVD in Blu Ray (3x Platinum) and she is the highest selling vocalist in South Africa. She has released five platinum selling albums on Sony Africa, including All My Love (2003), Feel Good (2006), Soul in Mind (2008), Live in Concert; A Celebration (2009), Return to Love (2011) and Rise Again (2012).

Time: 19:00

Jazz at Dakawa – Venue: Dakawa Arts Centre

Jazz at Dakawa is an annual programme presented by the Eastern Cape Department of Sports, Recreation, Arts & Culture aimed at showcasing and catapulting emerging talents from the Eastern Cape onto a national stage. This year’s programme will feature the Queenstown Arts Centre Jazz band, Strikers from the Mthatha Community Arts Centre and the Msaki AfroTeens, amongst others, in a showcase that celebrate the partnerships between the groups and the Eastern Cape Audio Visual Centre (ECAVC). Jazz groups are drawn from each of the seven regions of the province. The Eastern Cape Audio Visual Centre will provide technical expertise and assist in promoting the newly established Eastern Cape Recording Label. The programme will also showcase the vintage Kouga Jazz Ensemble featuring the likes of Xolani Faku and other greats from the Eastern Cape. Saturday 5 July Alfred Nzo Jazz Group (Alfred Nzo Region); Sunday 6 July Nagskof (Joe Gqabi Region); Monday 7 July Thandokazi (O R Tambo Region); Tuesday 8 July Queenstown Jazz Band Wednesday 9 July Gompo Arts Centre Jazz Band (Amathole Region); Thursday 10 July Kouga Ensemble (Cacadu Region); Friday 11 July Shoelaces (Nelson Mandela Region)

Time: 20:00

Black and White – Venue: Smirnoff Music Room

Black and White - The Brothers

Black and White – The Brothers

The Brothers are a seven-piece jazz/rock/reggae fusion band with their roots deep in Eastern Cape soil. Conscious songs with catchy choruses are punctuated with flights of improvisational mayhem from saxophone, organ, guitar, tuba and vocals. Fronted by two jiving jesters, The Brothers are a sensory skafrican feast.

 

Time: 21:00

Jimmy Dludlu – Venue: DSG Hall

Music Performed By: Jimmy Dludlu (guitar), Sisonke Xonti (sax), Camillo Lombard (keyboards), Lucas Khumalo (bass), Anthon Mannel (drums), John Hassan (percussion), Thomas Dyani (percussion)

Jimmy Dludlu

Jimmy Dludlu

Jimmy Dludlu has become a household name in South Africa, synonymous with foot-tapping groove and insatiable rhythm. His style includes a wide range of influences, combining both traditional and modern elements of jazz drawn from the likes of Wes Montgomery, George Benson and Pat Metheny and South African legends Hugh Masekela and Allen Kwela. He has received several SAMA awards, including Best Newcomer (1998), Best Male Artist (1998, 2000 & 2006) and Best Jazz Album (2000 & 2006). To date he has released seven albums, including his latest release, Tonota, which was received with critical acclaim.

 

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Standard Bank National Jazz & Arts Festival Programme THURSDAY 10 July 2014

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Time: 12:00

Steve Newman & Ashish Joshi – Venue: Rhodes Chapel

Together, Steve and Ashish have recorded and released ‘Live at the Mahogany Room’ and ‘In the Clouds’. A show not to be missed

Time: 12:00

Guy Buttery & Gareth Gale – Venue: Smirnoff Music Room

Multiple award-winning guitar virtuosos, Guy Buttery returns to
Grahamstown for what will be his 10th Festival appearance. At the age of
30, Guy has achieved what most musicians accomplish in a lifetime. This
year, Guy arrives with a brand new show featuring drummer/percussionist
extraordinaire Gareth Gale. Expect high dynamics, deep grooves, delicate
African inflections and mind-bending guitar/drum chemistry of a new
order. Guy Buttery is a SAMA winner and three-time winner of the
Standard Bank Ovation Award.

Time: 17:00

United Nations of Africa – Venue: DSG Hall

Music Performed By: Bongani Sotshononda (chromatic marimba), Sisonke Xonti (sax), Bhekumuzi Mkhuane (clarinet/sax), Nelson Malela (piano – CD), Sylvain Dalubeta (bass – CD), Teshito Langa (drums – MZ)

Bongani-Sotshononda-320x200The marimba is a quintessentially African instrument, though uncommon in jazz. 
But one musician who has crossed that boundary with ease is Bongani
Sotshononda, the internationally acclaimed chromatic marimba player and
percussionist. For over two decades he has been responsible for presenting
a beautiful fusion of African jazz and world music around the globe, 
including collaborations with vibraphonists Stephon Harris (New York), 
Pascal Schumacher (Belgium) and Magda de Vries and performances with the
Brubeck Brothers and Morris Goldberg. With a band drawn from South Africa, 
Congo and Mozambique this really is a United Nations of Africa on
Grahamstown’s stage.

Time: 17:00

The Phax Trio – Venue: Beethoven Room

The Phax Trio

The Phax Trio

Witness this band leading you through some of their sultriest and hair-raising Contra-Balkan, Hosh-Klezmer and Parisian peep show inspired music. A powerful wind triumvirate – Eu(PH)onium and two S(AX)ophones – formed by the alumni principal players of the South African National Youth Orchestra: Shaun Acker, Andrea Fisher-Jeffes and Levi Alexander. Original compositions.

Time: 19:00

Jazz at Dakawa – Venue: Dakawa Arts Centre

Genre: Music

Jazz at Dakawa is an annual programme presented by the Eastern Cape Department of Sports, Recreation, Arts & Culture aimed at showcasing and catapulting emerging talents from the Eastern Cape onto a national stage. This year’s programme will feature the Queenstown Arts Centre Jazz band, Strikers from the Mthatha Community Arts Centre and the Msaki AfroTeens, amongst others, in a showcase that celebrate the partnerships between the groups and the Eastern Cape Audio Visual Centre (ECAVC). Jazz groups are drawn from each of the seven regions of the province. The Eastern Cape Audio Visual Centre will provide technical expertise and assist in promoting the newly established Eastern Cape Recording Label. The programme will also showcase the vintage Kouga Jazz Ensemble featuring the likes of Xolani Faku and other greats from the Eastern Cape. Saturday 5 July Alfred Nzo Jazz Group (Alfred Nzo Region); Sunday 6 July Nagskof (Joe Gqabi Region); Monday 7 July Thandokazi (O R Tambo Region); Tuesday 8 July Queenstown Jazz Band Wednesday 9 July Gompo Arts Centre Jazz Band (Amathole Region); Thursday 10 July Kouga Ensemble (Cacadu Region); Friday 11 July Shoelaces (Nelson Mandela Region)

Time: 19:30

Ivan Mazuze – Venue: DSG Hall

Ivan Mazuze Credit Eunice Driver

Ivan Mazuze Credit Eunice Driver

Saxophonist Ivan Mazuze is one of the many strong young Mozambican musicians who have emerged from the cultural melting pot of Maputo. A Jazz Degree and a Masters degree in Ethnomusicology from UCT and a handful of years in Oslo have added to his natural musical arsenal. His music reflects the best of southern Africa’s contemporary jazz sounds, with its rhythmical percussiveness, jazz harmonization and the use of vocals together with saxophone creating a unique Afro-World sound. His first album was met with great critical acclaim, earning him Best Contemporary Jazz Album at the SAMAS (2010), Best Afro World Group at the Oslo World Music Festival (2009), winner in two categories for best Afro Jazz Album and Jazz/Instrumental Album at the Mozambique Music Awards (2010), and recommended Best Newcomer and Saxophonist of 2010 at the African Jazz Network. A decade ago he was a student attending the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival; now he returns with his own music and his own band.

Tshepo Fela – Venue: The Vic

Tshepo Fela

Tshepo Fela

Tshepo Fela offers complex American inspired jazz progressions; accompanied by modern African melodies with vernacular dominated lyrics. His music is soothing to an untrained ear and a superb journey for a trained musical ear. His Liquid African Jazz is a quick path taking one from the past state of jazz to the current.

Time: 20:00

Black and White – Venue: Smirnoff Music Room

The Brothers are a seven-piece jazz/rock/reggae fusion band with their roots deep in Eastern Cape soil. Conscious songs with catchy choruses are punctuated with flights of improvisational mayhem from saxophone, organ, guitar, tuba and vocals. Fronted by two jiving jesters, The Brothers are a sensory skafrican feast.

Time: 21:30

Babalwa Mentjies & Blues Broers – Venue: Standard Bank Jazz & Blues Cafe

Music Performed By: Babalwa Mentjies (vocals), Sisonke Xonti (sax), Sakhile Simani (trumpet), Nduduzo Makhathini (piano), Romy Brauteseth (bass), Lloyd Martin (drums)

Vocalist Babalwa Mentjies grew up in Grahamstown and returns home as a polished composer and a graduate of the UKZN School of Music. She has shared the stage with many of South Africa’s top jazz musicians, including Feya Faku, Neil Gonsalves and Sazi Dlamini and has performed around South Africa and abroad. She presents a selection of loved jazz and South African standards, backed by the cream of the Eastern Cape’s jazz musicians.

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Standard Bank National Jazz & Arts Festival WEDNESDAY 09 July 2014

Time: 11:00

 

The Phax Trio

The Phax Trio

The Phax Trio – Venue: Beethoven Room

Witness this band leading you through some of their sultriest and hair-raising Contra-Balkan, Hosh-Klezmer and Parisian peep show inspired music. A powerful wind triumvirate – Eu(PH)onium and two S(AX)ophones – formed by the alumni principal players of the South African National Youth Orchestra: Shaun Acker, Andrea Fisher-Jeffes and Levi Alexander. Original compositions.

Time: 12:00

Guy Buttery & Gareth Gale – Venue: Smirnoff Music Room

Multiple award-winning guitar virtuosos, Guy Buttery returns to Grahamstown for what will be his 10th Festival appearance. At the age of 30, Guy has achieved what most musicians accomplish in a lifetime. This year, Guy arrives with a brand new show featuring drummer/percussionist extraordinaire Gareth Gale.

Time: 14:00

Dan Patlansky

Dan Patlansky

Dan Patlansky – Venue: Smirnoff Music Room

In a little over a decade on the music scene, Dan Patlansky has become one of the busiest and most respected blues artists to ever come out of South Africa.

Time: 14:00

Steve Newman & Ashish Joshi – Venue: Rhodes Chapel

Together, Steve and Ashish have recorded and released ‘Live at the Mahogany Room’ and ‘In the Clouds’. A show not to be missed

Time 17:00

Tribute Mboweni – Venue: The Vic

Two bands for the price of one! Check the bands’ individual entries for a
description of their music.

Time: 17:00

SBYA: Fire – Venue: DSG Hall

tickets-logoMusic Performed By: Shannon Mowday (sax), Mark Fransman (sax), Afrika Mkhize (piano), Shane Cooper (bass), Kesivan Naidoo (drums)

For 30 years Standard Bank has been a central sponsor of the arts in South Africa through their support of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award. Winners of this award have always been musical fire-starters – musicians whom audiences know will set the stage alight each time they set foot on it. Tonight five of these past SBYA winners team up to show how South African jazz can hold it’s own in any international arena. Each has an impressive local and international pedigree that can make us proud as a nation.

Time: 18:00

Albert Frost – Solo – Venue: Smirnoff Music Room

Albert Frost

Albert Frost is an all-round master guitarist with a prolific career over 20 years and, with a natural onstage charisma, he has performed on nearly every major stage in South Africa. Voted as Best Blues Guitarist in South Africa by Stage Magazine, he has performed internationally alongside the likes of The Rolling Stones and REM. Though continually on a quest to re-invent himself, he returns often to his first love – the blues.

Time: 19:00

Jazz at Dakawa – Venue: Dakawa Arts Centre

Jazz at Dakawa is an annual programme presented by the Eastern Cape Department of Sports, Recreation, Arts & Culture aimed at showcasing and catapulting emerging talents from the Eastern Cape onto a national stage. This year’s programme will feature the Queenstown Arts Centre Jazz band, Strikers from the Mthatha Community Arts Centre and the Msaki AfroTeens, amongst others, in a showcase that celebrate the partnerships between the groups and the Eastern Cape Audio Visual Centre (ECAVC). Jazz groups are drawn from each of the seven regions of the province. The Eastern Cape Audio Visual Centre will provide technical expertise and assist in promoting the newly established Eastern Cape Recording Label. The programme will also showcase the vintage Kouga Jazz Ensemble featuring the likes of Xolani Faku and other greats from the Eastern Cape. Saturday 5 July Alfred Nzo Jazz Group (Alfred Nzo Region); Sunday 6 July Nagskof (Joe Gqabi Region); Monday 7 July Thandokazi (O R Tambo Region); Tuesday 8 July Queenstown Jazz Band Wednesday 9 July Gompo Arts Centre Jazz Band (Amathole Region); Thursday 10 July Kouga Ensemble (Cacadu Region); Friday 11 July Shoelaces (Nelson Mandela Region)

Time: 19:30

United Nations of Africa – Venue: DSG Hall

Music Performed By: Bongani Sotshononda (chromatic marimba), Sisonke Xonti (sax), Bhekumuzi Mkhuane (clarinet/sax), Nelson Malela (piano – CD), Sylvain Dalubeta (bass – CD), Teshito Langa (drums – MZ)

The marimba is a quintessentially African instrument, though uncommon in jazz.
But one musician who has crossed that boundary with ease is Bongani
Sotshononda, the internationally acclaimed chromatic marimba player and
percussionist. For over two decades he has been responsible for presenting
a beautiful fusion of African jazz and world music around the globe,
including collaborations with vibraphonists Stephon Harris (New York),
Pascal Schumacher (Belgium) and Magda de Vries and performances with the
Brubeck Brothers and Morris Goldberg. With a band drawn from South Africa,
Congo and Mozambique this really is a United Nations of Africa on
Grahamstown’s stage.

Time: 18:30

Gary Thomas – Venue: Albany Cabaret Club

Gary Thomas

Gary Thomas

“A virtuoso display of mastery” – Rolling Stone. “A rare breed of genius” – 24.com. “Electrifying… rupturing the conventional One-Man Guitar/Vocals Mould” – Mail & Guardian. “Manipulating guitar strings so they converse in a new language” – Cape Argus. “Bafflingly brilliant” – Cue. “Wizardry, the definition of an artist” – Levi’s MusicMag. “One of the most original and followed acoustic musicians in the country” – Whatson.co.za. “Spellbinding, haunting, the audience is mesmerized” – Your LMG

 

Time: 20:00

Guy Buttery & Gareth Gale – Venue: Smirnoff Music Room, St Aidan’s

Multiple award-winning guitar virtuosos, Guy Buttery returns to Grahamstown for what will be his 10th Festival appearance. At the age of 30, Guy has achieved what most musicians accomplish in a lifetime. This year, Guy arrives with a brand new show featuring drummer/percussionist extraordinaire Gareth Gale.

Time: 21:30

Babalwa Mentjies – Venue: Standard Bank Jazz & Blues Café

Music Performed By: Babalwa Mentjies (vocals), Sisonke Xonti (sax), Sakhile Simani (trumpet), Nduduzo Makhathini (piano), Romy Brauteseth (bass), Lloyd Martin (drums)

Vocalist Babalwa Mentjies grew up in Grahamstown and returns home as a polished composer and a graduate of the UKZN School of Music. She has shared the stage with many of South Africa’s top jazz musicians, including Feya Faku, Neil Gonsalves and Sazi Dlamini and has performed around South Africa and abroad. She presents a selection of loved jazz and South African standards, backed by the cream of the Eastern Cape’s jazz musicians.

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Standard Bank National Art’s & Jazz Festival – Day’s Program – 8 JULY 2014

2014 SAMA award nominee, bandleader, composer and jazz drummer, Tumi Mogorosi

2014 SAMA award nominee, bandleader, composer and jazz drummer, Tumi Mogorosi

Project Elo – Venue: St Aidan’s 1 – Time: 14:30

2014 SAMA award nominee, bandleader, composer and jazz drummer, Tumi Mogorosi, will be performing his remarkable debut jazz album Project ELO for the first time in Grahamstown. Tumi Mogorosi’s visionary debut album celebrates the centrality of percussion in African spirituality. Project ELO showcases Mogorosi as a remarkable young jazz drummer with impressive technical facility and refreshing clarity of thought. Whether splashing hard at his ride cymbal or throwing imaginative combinations with kick and snare, he manages to mobilise the band into an open ended musical feast and sustains a thrilling intensity.

 

 

Tshepo Fela

Tshepo Fela

Tshepo Fela – Venue: The Vic – Time: 13:30

Tshepo Fela offers complex American inspired jazz progressions; accompanied by modern African melodies with vernacular dominated lyrics. His music is soothing to an untrained ear and a superb journey for a trained musical ear. His Liquid African Jazz is a quick path taking one from the past state of jazz to the current.

 

Steve Newman & Ashish Joshi – Venue: Rhodes Chapel – Time: 14:00

Together, Steve and Ashish have recorded and released ‘Live at the Mahogany Room’ and ‘In the Clouds’. A show not to be missed.

The Phax Trio

The Phax Trio

The Phax Trio – Venue: Beethoven Room – Time: 15:00

Witness this band leading you through some of their sultriest and hair-raising Contra-Balkan, Hosh-Klezmer and Parisian peep show inspired music. A powerful wind triumvirate – Eu(PH)onium and two S(AX)ophones – formed by the alumni principal players of the South African National Youth Orchestra: Shaun Acker, Andrea Fisher-Jeffes and Levi Alexander. Original compositions.

 

Adam Glasser – Venue: DSG Hall – Time: 17:00

Adam Glasser

Adam Glasser

Musicians Adam Glasser (harmonica – UK) with Nduduzo Makhathini (piano), Concord Nkabinde (bass), Tlale Makhene (percussion)

Adam Glasser studied jazz piano in South Africa in the 1970s and then moved to London where he became a regular keyboard player on the commercial jazz circuit, performing with musicians such as Martha Reeves and Jimmy Witherspoon. In 1990, he was the pianist and musical director of the Manhattan Brothers who had re-formed for a massive Wembley Stadium concert celebrating the release of Nelson Mandela. This lead to a lengthy stint of high profile gigs and concerts and during this time, Glasser began to master the rarely played chromatic harmonica, participating in various albums, films and performances with stars such as Stevie Wonder, Sting and the Eurythmics. Glasser’s first album earned him a SAMA for Best Contemporary Jazz Album and in 2012 he released the album ‘Mzansi’ with South Africa musicians, which again received rave reviews.

 

Gary Thomas

Gary Thomas

Gary Thomas – Venue: Albany Cabaret Club – Time: 18:30

“A virtuoso display of mastery” – Rolling Stone. “A rare breed of genius” – 24.com. “Electrifying… rupturing the conventional One-Man Guitar/Vocals Mould” – Mail & Guardian. “Manipulating guitar strings so they converse in a new language” – Cape Argus. “Bafflingly brilliant” – Cue. “Wizardry, the definition of an artist” – Levi’s MusicMag. “One of the most original and followed acoustic musicians in the country” – Whatson.co.za. “Spellbinding, haunting, the audience is mesmerized” – Your LMG

 

Standard Bank Young Artist – Kyle Shepherd Trio with Shane Cooper (bass), Jonno Sweetman (drums) – Venue: DSG Hall – Time: 19:30

Kyle Shepherd

Kyle Shepherd

Capetonian pianist, saxophonist, composer and bandleader Kyle Shepherd is the 2014 Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for Jazz. Ten years ago this prodigiously talented young man performed in Grahamstown as a member of the Standard Bank National Schools Big Band; now he stands on that same stage on the cusp of a career that promises to be significant for South African jazz. He has already released three critically-acclaimed albums, all of which have earned him South African Music Award nominations and has performed – playing his own music – in 15 countries through Africa, Europe and Asia, including significant festivals in China and Denmark and well-known jazz clubs in Switzerland and Japan. His music pays homage to his musical and cultural roots, but with an internationalism that sets him comfortably on international stages – years spent playing with Zim Ngqawana, Robbie Jansen and Errol Dyers are offset by collaborations with cutting-edge young musicians from around the world.

 

Tribute Mboweni

Tribute Mboweni

Tribute Mboweni – Venue: The Vic – Time: 19:30

A singer and environmental activist, Tribute’s music is the result of her jazz and soul influences, local and international. Soulfully mellow, yet sharp and striking, her aim is to draw you in, share of her self and grow with every performance of each song.

 

Dan Patlansky, Digby and the Lullaby – Venue: St Aidan’s – Time: 21:30

Dan Patlansky

Dan Patlansky

Digby and the Lullaby

Digby and the Lullaby

Two bands for the price of one!

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Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival – Daily Schedule and Programme – Monday 7 July

2014 Standard Bank D Bank Nat Youth Jazz Fest

2014 Standard Bank D Bank Nat Youth Jazz Fest

 

 9.00 BAND PRACTICES

Band venues as for Friday

Mark Fransman, Mike Campbell, Marc de Kock, Terrence Scarr, John Davies, Ronel Nagfaal/Kelly Bell, Debbie Everard, Shaun Johannes, Brian Thusi, Duncan Combe

Auditorium Rhythm section:

A rhythm section in action

Jens Thoresen, Kyle Shepherd, Bänz Oester, Håkon Mjåset Johansen

Vocal Centre All vocalists – general warm-ups/technique

Melanie Scholtz, Monique Hellenberg

Room 6 Vocals NSBB Room

Sectional rehearsals with NSBB:

Frode Nymo, Frank Brodahl, Nick Green, Rich Syracuse

10.30 ELECTIVES Auditorium Internal gig/workshop

Kyle Shepherd, Shane Cooper, Jonno Sweetman

Vocal Centre Vocal lesson

Melanie Scholtz, Monique Hellenberg, Tutu Puoane

Music 2 Piano workshop

Ewout Pierreux

Music 27 Intro to Jazz harmony

Terrence Scarr

Old 4 Mixing recorded tracks

Alistair Andrews

Old 6 Jazz teaching methods for jazz teachers

John Davies

Old 7 Improvisation workshop (B)

Justin Sasman

Room 1 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Romy Brauteseth, Bokani Dyer, Børge-Are Halvorsen

Room 3 National Schools B Band

Marc de Kock

Room 4 Drum workshop

Jeff Siegel

Room 5 Guitar workshop

Mageshen Naidoo

Room 6 Bass workshop

Shaun Johannes

Room 7 Youth/Schools B Ensemble

Brian Thusi

Room 8 Sax workshop

Pekka Pylkkänen

Room 9 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Rich Syracuse, Kyle du Preez

Room 10 Trombone workshop

Bertil Strandberg

Room 11 Trumpet workshop

Frank Brodahl, Marius Haltli

Room 12 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Gary Keller

11.00 Hall Sound check

NYJB – Mark Fransman

12.00 PERFORMANCE Auditorium

School/youth bands IV – National Schools B Big Band + Youth/Schools B Ensemble Marc de Kock, Brian Thusi

12.00 ELECTIVES

Vocal Centre Vocal lesson

Katchie Cartwright

Music 2 Piano workshop

Olga Konkova

Music 27 Jazz in the high school curriculum

Keith Tabisher

Old 4 Mastering recorded tracks

Alistair Andrews

Old 7 Improvisation workshop (B)

Sydney Mavundla

Room 1 Composition workshop

Maria Schneider

Room 3 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Shaun Johannes, Ganesh Geymeier

Room 4 Improvisation workshop (B)

Louise Zschage

Room 5 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Ronan Guilfoyle, Marcus Wyatt

Room 6 Small group

Monique Hellenberg, Leoni Armour

Room 7 South African jazz

Feya Faku, Afrika Mkhize, Concord Nkabinde, Ayanda Sikade

Room 8 Improvisation for the absolute beginner

Tracey Johannes

Room 9 Jazz theory

Ronel Nagfaal

Room 10 Using trombones with F attachment valve (tenor and bass trombones)

John Davies

Room 11 Trumpet workshop

Hildegunn Øiseth

14.00 ELECTIVES Hall Sound check

Nick Smart, Tutu Puoane, Pekka Pylkkänen, Marc de Kock, Gary Keller, Mike Rossi, Justin Bellairs, Sydney Mavundla, Lee Thomson, Sakhile Simani, Bertil Strandberg, Justin Sasman, Kyle du Preez, Nick Green, Mageshen Naidoo, Ewout Pierreux, Rich Syracuse, Jeff Siegel Auditorium Internal gig/workshop – Adam Glasser, Nduduzo Makhathini, Concord Nkabinde, Tlale Makhene

Music 27

Meeting for teachers

Old 4 Developing a Comprehensive, Integrated Long-term Music Technology Plan (For Teachers)

Alistair Andrews

Old 7 Improvisation workshop (B)

George Werner

Room 1 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Mike del Ferro, Hildegunn Øiseth

Room 3 Vocal gig rehearsal for soloists

Melanie Scholtz, Monique Hellenberg, Katchie Cartwright, Leoni Armour, Brian Thusi, Keith Tabisher, Burton Naidoo, Shaun Johannes, Marlon Witbooi

Room 6 Jazz choir

Babalwa Mpulu

Room 7 Rehearsal

Shannon Mowday, Mark Fransman, Afrika Mkhize, Shane Cooper, Kesivan Naidoo

Room 8 Sax workshop

Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Dan Shout

Room 11 Trumpet workshop

Frank Brodahl

15.15 Hall – Sound check – NSBB

Mike Campbell Auditorium Internal performance – Terrence Scarr, John Davies, Ronel Nagfaal/Kelly Bell, Debbie Everard, Shaun Johannes, Brian Thusi, Duncan Combe

17.00 PERFORMANCE Hall

Standard Bank National Schools’ Big Band – Mike Campbell

17.30 Auditorium Sound check

Melanie Scholtz, Monique Hellenberg, Katchie Cartwright, Leoni Armour, Babalwa Mpulu, Brian Thusi, Keith Tabisher, Burton Naidoo, Shaun Johannes, Marlon Witbooi + vocals

19.00 PERFORMANCE Auditorium

Youth Jazz Choirs + Vocal soloists Melanie Scholtz, Monique Hellenberg, Katchie Cartwright, Leoni Armour, Babalwa Mpulu, Brian Thusi, Keith Tabisher, Burton Naidoo, Shaun Johannes, Marlon Witbooi + vocals

19.30 PERFORMANCE Hall

SA Tribute Big Band Nick Smart, Tutu Puoane, Pekka Pylkkänen, Marc de Kock, Gary Keller, Mike Rossi, Justin Bellairs, Sydney Mavundla, Lee Thomson, Sakhile Simani, Bertil Strandberg, Justin Sasman, Kyle du Preez, Nick Green, Mageshen Naidoo, Ewout Pierreux, Rich Syracuse, Jeff Siegel

21.00 Hall

Final meeting of NYJF

22.00 PERFORMANCE Hall

Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Band – Mark Fransman

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Daily Schedule and Programme – Sunday 6 July

2014 STD Bank National Jazz Festival Own It

Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival 2014

9.00

BAND PRACTICES Band venues as for Friday

Mark Fransman, Mike Campbell, Marc de Kock, Terrence Scarr, John Davies, Ronel Nagfaal/Kelly Bell, Debbie Everard, Shaun Johannes, Brian Thusi, Duncan Combe

Room 6 Vocals

Vocal Centre All vocalists – general warm-ups/technique – Monique Hellenberg, Babalwa Mpulu

Room 7 Rhythm section: Finding your space in the rhythm section

Gorm Helfjord, Adam Glasser, Shane Cooper, Lloyd Martin

NSBB Room Sectional rehearsals with NSBB

Gary Keller, Marcus Wyatt, Bertil Strandberg, Mike del Ferro, Jeff Siegel

Auditorium Sound check

Pekka Pylkkänen, Nick Smart, Kyle Shepherd, Ronan Guilfoyle, Kesivan Naidoo

10.00 Hall Rehearsal

Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Atle Nymo, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen

10.30 ELECTIVES Auditorium Internal gig/workshop

Ernst Reijseger Vocal Centre Vocal lesson – Monique Hellenberg, Katchie Cartwright

Music 2 How improvisation influences the jazz composer

Melissa van der Spuy

Music 27 Microphones

Evert de Munnik

Old 4 Programming Beats

Alistair Andrews

Old 7 Improvisation workshop (B)

Kelly Bell

Room 1 Percussion

Tlale Makhene

Room 3 National Schools B Band

John Davies

Room 4 Bass workshop

Concord Nkabinde

Room 5 Improvisation workshop (B)

George Werner

Room 7 Rehearsal

Karlheinz Miklin, Bänz Oester, Kesivan Naidoo

Room 8 Sax workshop

Morten Halle

Room 9 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Dan Shout

Room 10 Improve your Rhythm Reading Skills

Terrence Scarr

Room 11 Trumpet workshop

Feya Faku

Room 12 Rehearsal

Nick Smart, Tutu Puoane, Pekka Pylkkänen, Marc de Kock, Gary Keller, Mike Rossi, Justin Bellairs, Sydney Mavundla, Lee Thomson, Sakhile Simani, Bertil Strandberg, Justin Sasman, Kyle du Preez, Nick Green, Mageshen Naidoo, Ewout Pierreux, Rich Syracuse, Jeff Siegel

12.00 PERFORMANCE Auditorium

School/Youth bands III Lasses Lakejer, UCT Big Band

12.00 ELECTIVES Hall Sound check

Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Atle Nymo, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen Vocal Centre Vocal lesson – Melanie Scholtz, Babalwa Mpulu

Music 2 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz 2014

Kyle Shepherd

Old 4 Programming Beats

Alistair Andrews

Old 6 My music

Maria Schneider

Old 7 Improvisation workshop (B)

Duncan Combe

Room 1 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Mola Sylla, Shane Cooper, Mike del Ferro

Room 3 National Schools B Band

Dimos Dimitriadis

Room 4 Rhythm

Ronan Guilfoyle

Room 5 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Gorm Helfjord, Ganesh Geymeier

Room 6 Circle songs

Monique Hellenberg

Room 8 Freedom in the Groove

Jonno Sweetman

Room 9 Rehearsal

Katchie Cartwright, Burton Naidoo, Shaun Johannes, Lloyd Martin Room

10 Trombone workshop

Kelly Bell

Room 11 Trumpet workshop

Marcus Wyatt

13.30 Hall Sound check

Maria Schneider, Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Dan Shout, Atle Nymo, Morten Halle, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Marcus Wyatt, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, John Davies, Melissa van der Spuy, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen

14.00 ELECTIVES Auditorium Internal gig/workshop

Katchie Cartwright, Burton Naidoo, Shaun Johannes, Lloyd Martin Vocal Centre West African vocals – Mola Sylla Music

2 Piano workshop

Bokani Dyer

Music 27 Teacher/university meeting

All teachers + university lecturers

Old 4 Make Midi files sound good

Alistair Andrews

Old 6 Jazz harmonica

Adam Glasser

Old 7 Improvisation workshop (B)

George Werner

Room 1 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Kyle Shepherd

Room 3 Drum workshop

Kesivan Naidoo

Room 4 Improvisation workshop (B)

Daniel de Wet

Room 5 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Ronan Guilfoyle, Afrika Mkhize

Room 6 Small group

Monique Hellenberg, Leoni Armour

Room 7 Rehearsal

Feya Faku, Dimos Dimitriadis, Nduduzo Makhathini, Romy Brauteseth, Ayanda Sikade

Room 8 Sax workshop

Ganesh Geymeier

Room 10 Playing in a trombone section: sound and articulation

Louise Zschage Room 11 Youth/Schools B Ensemble

Brian Thusi

Room 12 Improvisation workshop (I/A)

Shane Cooper, Harmen Fraanje

15.00 Hall Sound check

Nick Smart, Tutu Puoane, Pekka Pylkkänen, Marc de Kock, Gary Keller, Mike Rossi, Justin Bellairs, Sydney Mavundla, Lee Thomson, Sakhile Simani, Bertil Strandberg, Justin Sasman, Kyle du Preez, Nick Green, Mageshen Naidoo, Ewout Pierreux, Rich Syracuse, Jeff Siegel

15.15 Auditorium Internal performance Vocals

Youth/Schools B Ensemble (Brian Thusi), National Schools B Band (Marc de Kock), NSBB (Mike Campbell), NYJB (Mark Fransman)

17.00 PERFORMANCE Hall

SA Tribute Big Band Nick Smart, Tutu Puoane, Pekka Pylkkänen, Marc de Kock, Gary Keller, Mike Rossi, Justin Bellairs, Sydney Mavundla, Lee Thomson, Sakhile Simani, Bertil Strandberg, Justin Sasman, Kyle du Preez, Nick Green, Mageshen Naidoo, Ewout Pierreux, Rich Syracuse, Jeff Siegel

17.30 Auditorium Sound check

Karlheinz Miklin, Bänz Oester, Kesivan Naidoo

19.00 PERFORMANCE

Auditorium Karlheinz Miklin Trio Karlheinz Miklin, Bänz Oester, Kesivan Naidoo

19.30 PERFORMANCE

Hall Maria Schneider Maria Schneider, Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Dan Shout, Atle Nymo, Morten Halle, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Marcus Wyatt, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, John Davies, Melissa van der Spuy, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen

20.00 Café Sound check

Feya Faku, Dimos Dimitriadis, Nduduzo Makhathini, Romy Brauteseth, Ayanda Sikade

20.30 Old 7 Student jam session

Shaun Johannes

21.30 PERFORMANCE

Auditorium Pekka Pylkkänen Pekka Pylkkänen, Nick Smart, Kyle Shepherd, Ronan Guilfoyle, Kesivan Naidoo

21.30 PERFORMANCE

Cafe Feya Faku Feya Faku, Dimos Dimitriadis, Nduduzo Makhathini, Romy Brauteseth, Ayanda Sikade

22.00 PERFORMANCE

Hall Ensemble Denada Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Atle Nymo, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen, Peter Baden

23.30 Cafe Jazz Jam

Lee Thomson

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Daily Schedule – Saturday 5th July

Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival 2014

 9.00

BAND PRACTICES

Band venues as for Friday – Mark Fransman, Mike Campbell, Marc de Kock, Terrence Scarr, John Davies, Ronel Nagfaal/Kelly Bell, Debbie Everard, Shaun Johannes, Brian Thusi, Duncan Combe Vocal Centre All vocalists – general warm-ups/technique – Katchie Cartwright, Leoni Armour

Room 6

Vocals

Room 7

Rhythm section: Modern popular and hip-hop grooves – Mageshen Naidoo, Nduduzo Makhathini, Shane Cooper, Marlon Witbooi

Room 12

Rehearsal – Monique Hellenberg, Ganesh Geymeier, Mike del Ferro, Shaun Johannes, Lloyd Martin

NSBB Room Sectional rehearsals with NSBB: Dimos Dimitriadis, Nick Smart, Erik Johannessen, Ronan Guilfoyle Hall Sound check – Dan Shout, Justin Bellairs, Lee Thomson, Gorm Helfjord, Bokani Dyer, Romy Brauteseth, Kesivan Naidoo, Tlale Makhene, Farrel Adams, Teboho Maidza Auditorium Sound check – Tutu Puoane, Ewout Pierreux

10.00

Hall Rehearsal – Maria Schneider, Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Dan Shout, Atle Nymo, Morten Halle, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Marcus Wyatt, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, John Davies, Melissa van der Spuy, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen

10.30 ELECTIVES

Auditorium Internal gig/workshop – Monique Hellenberg, Ganesh Geymeier, Mike del Ferro, Shaun Johannes, Lloyd Martin Vocal Centre Fronting a band – Teboho Maidza, Farrell Adams

Music 2

Piano workshop – Nduduzo Makhathini Music 27 Creating a career in the Music Industry – Wayne Purchase

Old 4

How to add Loops and Samples to your music – Alistair Andrews

Old 6

Basic chords and scales to use in improvisation – Daniel de Wet Old 7

Improvisation workshop (B) – Kyle du Preez

Room 1

Improvisation workshop (I/A) – Adam Glasser, Feya Faku

Room 3

National Schools B Band sectionals –Rich Syracuse

Room 4

National Schools B Band sectionals – Nick Green

Room 5

National Schools B Band sectionals – Justin Sasman

Room 6

Small group – Leoni Armour

Room 7

Rehearsal – Pekka Pylkkänen, Nick Smart, Kyle Shepherd, Ronan Guilfoyle, Kesivan Naidoo

Room 8

Sax workshop – Mike Rossi

Room 9

National Schools B Band sectionals – Gary Keller Room 10 Trombone workshop – Louise Zschage

Room 11

Trumpet workshop – Sydney Mavundla

Room 12

Rehearsal – Bertil Strandberg, Buddy Wells, Harmen Fraanje, Bänz Oester, Jeff Siegel

12.00 PERFORMANCE

Auditorium School/Youth bands II Rondebosch, Stirling

12.00 ELECTIVES

Vocal Centre Vocal lesson – Melanie Scholtz, Katchie Cartwright, Mola Sylla

Music 2

Piano workshop – Afrika Mkhize

Music 27

What musicians should know about sound engineering – Evert de Munnik

Old 4

How to add Loops and Samples to your music – Alistair Andrews

Old 6

Developing your jazz sound & phrasing on saxophone (B) – Marc de Kock

Old 7

Improvisation workshop (B) – George Werner

Room 1

Improvisation workshop (I/A) – Nduduzo Makhathini, Ganesh Geymeier

Room 3

Drum workshop – Ayanda Sikade Room 4 Bass workshop – Rich Syracuse

Room 5

Guitar workshop – Mageshen Naidoo

Room 6

Jazz choir – Babalwa Mpulu

Room 8

Sax workshop – Gary Keller

Room 9

Improvisation workshop (I/A) – Ewout Pierreux, Justin Bellairs

Room 10

Trombone workshop – Nick Green Room 11 Trumpet workshop – Sakhile Simani

13.15

Auditorium Sound check – Jitsvinger, Arsenic

13.30

Hall Sound check – Maria Schneider, Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Dan Shout, Atle Nymo, Morten Halle, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Marcus Wyatt, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, John Davies, Melissa van der Spuy, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen

Room 7

Rehearsal – Louis Moholo-Moholo, Mark Fransman, Ernst Reijseger, Kyle Shepherd, Shane Cooper

14.00 ELECTIVES

Auditorium Internal gig/workshop – UCT Big Band Vocal Centre Vocal lesson – Melanie Scholtz, Leoni Armour

Music 2

Piano workshop – Mike del Ferro

Music 27

Beginner improv for pianists – Wayne Purchase

Old 4

Using Technology to Teach Creativity – Alistair Andrews

Old 6

Working with radio to promote yourself – Brenda Sisane

Old 7

Improvisation workshop (B) – Terrence Scarr

Room 1

Rehearsal – Feya Faku, Dimos Dimitriadis, Nduduzo Makhathini, Romy Brauteseth, Ayanda Sikade

Room 3

Percussion workshop – Tlale Makhene Room 5 Personal approach to jazz and jazz education – Karlheinz Miklin

Room 6

Circle songs – Monique Hellenberg

Room 8

Sax workshop – Buddy Wells

Room 9

Hip Hop for social change – Jitsvinger, Arsenic

Room 10

Improvisation workshop (I/A) – Concord Nkabinde, Bokani Dyer

Room 11

Youth/Schools B Ensemble – Brian Thusi Room 12 Rehearsal – Nick Smart, Tutu Puoane, Pekka Pylkkänen, Marc de Kock, Gary Keller, Mike Rossi, Justin Bellairs, Sydney Mavundla, Lee Thomson, Sakhile Simani, Bertil Strandberg, Justin Sasman, Kyle du Preez, Nick Green, Mageshen Naidoo, Ewout Pierreux, Rich Syracuse, Jeff Siegel

 

15.15

Hall Sound check – Louis Moholo-Moholo, Mark Fransman, Ernst Reijseger, Kyle Shepherd, Shane Cooper

Auditorium Internal performance

Terrence Scarr, Ronel Nagfaal/Kelly Bell, Debbie Everard, Shaun Johannes, Brian Thusi, Duncan Combe, John Davies, Lasses Lakejer (Sweden)

16.00 Room 7

Rehearsal – Adam Glasser, Nduduzo Makhathini, Concord Nkabinde, Tlale Makhene

17.00 PERFORMANCE

Hall Louis Moholo-Moholo Louis Moholo-Moholo, Mark Fransman, Ernst Reijseger, Kyle Shepherd, Shane Cooper 17.30 Auditorium Sound check – Bertil Strandberg, Buddy Wells, Harmen Fraanje, Bänz Oester, Jeff Siegel

19.00 PERFORMANCE

Auditorium Bertil Strandberg Bertil Strandberg, Buddy Wells, Harmen Fraanje, Bänz Oester, Jeff Siegel

19.30 PERFORMANCE

Hall Maria Schneider Maria Schneider, Frode Nymo, Børge-Are Halvorsen, Dan Shout, Atle Nymo, Morten Halle, Shannon Mowday, Marius Haltli, Frank Brodahl, Hildegunn Øiseth, Marcus Wyatt, Even Kruse Skatrud, Helge Sunde, Erik Johannessen, John Davies, Melissa van der Spuy, Jens Thoresen, Olga Konkova, Frode Berg, Håkon Mjåset Johansen

20.00

Café Sound check – Bänz Oester, Ganesh Geymeier, Afrika Mkhize, Ayanda Sikade

21.30 PERFORMANCE

Auditorium Tutu Puoane & Ewout Pierreux Tutu Puoane, Ewout Pierreux

21.30 PERFORMANCE

Cafe Bänz Oester & Rainmakers Bänz Oester, Ganesh Geymeier, Afrika Mkhize, Ayanda Sikade

22.00 PERFORMANCE

Hall Saturday Night Funk Party Dan Shout, Justin Bellairs, Lee Thomson, Gorm Helfjord, Bokani Dyer, Romy Brauteseth, Kesivan Naidoo, Tlale Makhene, Farrel Adams, Teboho Maidza

23.30 PERFORMANCE

Auditorium Jitsenic Jitsvinger, Arsenic

23.30 Cafe Jazz Jam – Shaun Johannes

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Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival – Grahamstown 2014

2014 Standard Bank D Bank Nat Youth Jazz Fest

2014 Standard Bank D Bank Nat Youth Jazz Fest

Daily Schedule

Wednesday 2 July

17.00 PERFORMANCE Hall Standard Bank National Schools’ Big Band – Mike Campbell

17.30 Auditorium Sound check – Melanie Scholtz, Monique Hellenberg, Katchie Cartwright, Leoni Armour, Babalwa Mpulu, Brian Thusi, Keith Tabisher, Burton Naidoo, Shaun Johannes, Marlon Witbooi + vocals

19.00 PERFORMANCE Auditorium Youth Jazz Choirs + Vocal soloists Melanie Scholtz, Monique Hellenberg, Katchie Cartwright, Leoni Armour, Babalwa Mpulu, Brian Thusi, Keith Tabisher, Burton Naidoo, Shaun Johannes, Marlon Witbooi + vocals

19.30 PERFORMANCE Hall SA Tribute Big Band Nick Smart, Tutu Puoane, Pekka Pylkkänen, Marc de Kock, Gary Keller, Mike Rossi, Justin Bellairs, Sydney Mavundla, Lee Thomson, Sakhile Simani, Bertil Strandberg, Justin Sasman, Kyle du Preez, Nick Green, Mageshen Naidoo, Ewout Pierreux, Rich Syracuse, Jeff Siegel

21.00 Hall Final meeting of NYJF

22.00 PERFORMANCE Hall Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Band – Mark Fransman

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