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African Drumshack En­ter­tain­ment. Sta­bles Life­style Mar­ket. 9 Jacko Jack­son Drive. Fam­ily drum­ming. Ev­ery Sun­day. 3pm-4pm. Adults R85, chil­dren un­der 12, R50, and un­der 2, free. Call 083 704 4879.

Chilled live mu­sic: Giba Gorge, Hil­lcrest. Sun­day noon-3pm. R10. Call 084 582 0909.

Wa­hooz! uShaka Marine World. Sun­day noon-4pm. Free. Call 031 328 8000.

Emoyeni Coun­try Lodge. Cam­per­down. Live bands. Ev­ery Sun­day. Noon-2pm. Call 082 652 6018. New York Restau­rant and Bar. 101 Innes Road, Morn­ing­side. Deep house mu­sic. Sun­day 2pm. Free. Call 031 312 9605.

Soul Sun­day Ses­sions. North­wood Cru­saders Sports Club. Vic­to­ria Raw, a four-piece known for its sig­na­ture blend of neo-soul, pop and jazz will be per­form­ing. Sun­day noon. Call 031 563 0824. Mu­sic Un­lim­ited. Mur­phy. Stam­ford Hill Bowl­ing Club. Ev­ery Satur­day from 2pm. Call 073 584 0258.

Berea Bowl­ing Club Blues. Mon­days. Play bowls from 4pm. Mu­sic, 6pm-9pm. R50 en­try. Call 082 499 8636.

Jazzy Lunch. Café Saint Ger­main, Al­liance Française, 22 Sut­ton Cres­cent, Dur­ban. Satur­day. Noon-2pm. Call 031 312 9582.

Roberta Reddy. Pi­anist at The Oys­ter Box Ho­tel, uMh­langa, on al­ter­nate Satur­days and Sun­days. 2.30pm-5pm. Call 082 321 2698.

Roberta Reddy. Pi­anist at Coast­lands Ho­tel Cen­tral on Fri­day and Coast­lands Mus­grave on Satur­day. 7pm-10pm. Call 082 321 2698.

The Oys­ter Box Ho­tel: Live mu­sic. Satur­day, Sun­day, 2.30pm-5pm. Call 082 321 2698.

Rich El­lis Drum Cir­cle: Habe­sha Café, Daven­port Road. Wed­nes­days. 7pm-9pm. R30. R10 drum hire. Call 079 582 7266.


Philip Richard­son. Dur­ban Jewish Cen­tre. Friends of Mu­sic con­cert stars vis­it­ing pi­anist Philip Richard­son in a pro­gramme that in­cludes Chopin and Schu­bert. Oc­to­ber 17 at 7.30pm. Tick­ets, R80 mem­bers, R100 non­mem­bers. Call 031 335 4460.

Jazz Drum show­case. The Cen­tre for Jazz and Pop­u­lar Mu­sic, UKZN. The drum­mers will be pre­sent­ing mu­sic that in­clude pieces from the stu­dents’ exam reper­toire, and reper­toire from SA le­gends like Bheki Mse­leku and other gen­res which range in style from be­bop to con­tem­po­rary fu­sion. Other items will be the stu­dents’ com­po­si­tions. Oc­to­ber 18, 6p. R70 for gen­eral ad­mis­sion, R45 pen­sion­ers, R20 stu­dents. Call 031 260 3385. KZNPO World Sym­phony Se­ries Fes­ti­val. Dur­ban City Hall. In­ter­na­tional soloists, pop­u­lar South African artists and a mix of com­posers will form part of the of­fer­ing for the four-week sea­son. Oc­to­ber 19 to Novem­ber 16. 7.30pm. R30 - R230. Com­puticket.

Zoe ‘the Seed’. The Jazzy Rain­bow, Morn­ing­side. Swazi-born vo­cal­ist and song­writer Zoe Ma­suku. Her writ­ing is in­flu­enced by ev­ery­day ex­pe­ri­ences. The lyri­cal con­tent pro­motes love, re­spect and op­poses women and child abuse. She is cur­rently work­ing on fus­ing dif­fer­ent styles in­clud­ing jazz, soul and hip hop with her orig­i­nal mu­sic. Oc­to­ber 21. 7pm. R70. Call 031 303 8398.

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