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.