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JOBURG TO­DAY The Or­bit Vinyl Ses­sions

Do not miss this week­end’s edi­tion of the now pop­u­lar, The Or­bit Vinyl Ses­sions with Bro Slovo as they bring back the doc­u­men­tary film­maker and writer to spin from 10.30pm.

Venue: The Or­bit Jazz Club, 81 De Korte Str, Braam­fontein

Time: 8.30pm

Dam­age: R50

Con­tact: info@the­o­r­

TO­MOR­ROW Kyle Shep­herd Quin­tet Jo­han­nes­burg

Jazz pi­anist Kyle Shep­herd ac­com­pa­nied by his brand new quin­tet made up of in­spir­ing young mu­si­cians in South African to­day, among them Lwanda Gog­wana (trum­pet), Sisonke Xonti (tenor sax), Ben­jamin Jephta (bass) and Mar­lon Wit­booi (drums) set it off with com­po­si­tions from Shep­herd’s rich and evoca­tive reper­toire of recorded and new un­re­leased orig­i­nal com­po­si­tions.

Venue: The Or­bit Jazz Club, 1 De Korte Str Braam­fontein

Time: 8.30pm Dam­age: R150

Con­tact: info@the­o­r­

Bongi Silinda Live

The Afro-soul singer and for­mer Idols SA runner-up will give mu­sic fans a taste of her new ma­te­rial span­ning a va­ri­ety of lo­cal sounds with songs from her de­but al­bum.

Venue: Win­nie’s Soul and Jazz Res­tau­rant, 1 Daphny Str, Wendy­wood

Time: 7pm

Dam­age: R120

Con­tact: book­ings@win­

SUN­DAY Apart­ment Jo­han­nes­burg

Get in on the ac­tion of tan­ta­lis­ing beats and chilled playlist courtesy of dis­cern­ing, con­sid­er­ately cu­rated grooves se­duce your senses from acts such as Grant VR, Fabio, Dogstarr, Gforce Venue: And, 39a Gwi Gwi Mr­webi Str, New­town

Time: 12pm

Dam­age: R50-R80

Con­tact: info@and­


Afrikaans rap­per Jack Parow is mu­si­cally un­stop­pable show­cas­ing his di­ver­sity as a record la­bel owner and comic book au­thor. Venue: Café Roux, 74 Short­mar­ket Str Time: 6.30pm Dam­age: R170 Con­tact: Tick­ets at Webtick­ets

Abdullah Ibrahim in Con­cert

South Africa’s most dis­tin­guished pi­anist, Abdullah Ibrahim, will present two solo piano con­certs at the Artscape The­atre. The highly an­tic­i­pated pro­gramme show­cases Ibrahim’s com­po­si­tions span­ning the past 70 years, in­flu­enced by the peo­ple, places and events that have im­pacted his life and ca­reer.

Venue: Artscape The­atre Cen­tre, DF Malan Str, Fore­shore

Time: 8pm

Dam­age: R300-R375

Con­tact: Tick­ets at Com­puticket

TO­MOR­ROW Muizen­berg Jazz Fes­ti­val

The first ever Muizen­berg Jazz Fes­ti­val, tak­ing place at the Masque The­atre in Muizen­berg, Cape Town, will bring jazz fans sounds from award-win­ner Bokani Dyer and McCoy Mru­bata, who will be per­form­ing an hour long set.

Venue: Masque The­atre

Time: 5pm

Dam­age: R80

Con­tact: Tick­ets at Webtick­ets

SUN­DAY WeCCMA Cho­ral Mu­sic Eisteddfod

The WeCCMA Cho­ral Mu­sic Eisteddfod 2017 hosted by the Western Cape Cho­ral Mu­sic As­so­ci­a­tion fea­tures the se­nior, premier and de­vel­op­ment sec­tions. Venue: Artscape The­atre Cen­tre, DF Malan Street, Fore­shore Time: 10am Dam­age: R60 Con­tact: Tick­ets at Com­puticket


Sun­day live mu­sic ses­sions at Cape to Cuba has be­come a des­ti­na­tion of choice for peo­ple of Kalk Bay who love to dance and min­gle amid a re­lax­ing Sun­day af­ter­noon of cock­tails and re­ally cool mu­sic.

Venue: Cape to Cuba, Main Rd, Kalk Bay

Time: 4pm

Dam­age: R20

Con­tact: kalk­

KZN TO­DAY Demi­urge Quin­tet

This per­for­mance by the Demi­urge Quin­tet fea­tur­ing Zibu­siso Makhathini at The Jazzy Rain­bow is part of the Con­certs SA venue cir­cuit which aims to foster a love and sup­port for live mu­sic in our com­mu­ni­ties.

Venue: The Jazzy Rain­bow, 93 Smiso Nk­wanyana Rd (Ex Goble Rd), Morn­ing­side

Time: 7.30pm

Dam­age: R40

Con­tact: jazzyrain­

Be­hind the Noise

Be­hind the Noise brings you Dur­ban­ites Barry Thom­son, Ja­son An­drew and Marion Loudon as they get back to the root of what makes a great song and give the melody and lyrics space to shine.

Venue: Tina’s Ho­tel, Rhum­be­low The­atre, 14 Beryldene Rd, Kloof

Time: 8pm

Dam­age: R150

Con­tact: Tick­ets at Com­puticket

TO­MOR­ROW Cat Si­moni – Françoise Hardy

Françoise Hardy, ooh la-la! Star­ring Cat Si­moni and fea­tur­ing the smash ’60s hits of Françoise Hardy. Writ­ten and di­rected by Paul Spence, sen­sa­tional French pop star Françoise Hardy rock­eted to fame in the mid-1960s.

Venue: Rhum­be­low The­atre, 2 Cun­ning­ham Rd, Berea, Durban

Time: 8pm

Dam­age: R130-R150

Con­tact: Tick­ets at Com­puticket


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