Originally from Newcastle, and now based in Durban, Thango was part of her school choirs from primary through to high school, which made her realise and value the gift and appreciation of music.
She has been part of small bands and big bands and a member of the Northern KwaZulu-Natal Youth Choir that toured the United Kingdom and received first place at the World Eisteddfod in Llangohlen, Wales.
She also performed at South Africa House in London and sang African Dream as the opening act for the Newcastle World Summit, which took place in her home town in 2010.
Thango enrolled for the jazz programme at the University of KwaZulu-Natal where she has since shared the stage with Mbongeni Ngema, Professor Salim Washington, Amanda Tiffin and Zenzi Makeba.
Performing with her will be Sanele Phakathi on piano, Thabo Sikhakhane (trumpet), Dalisu Ndlazi (bass), Sbu Zondi (drums), with Salim Washington on tenor saxophone and Bethuel Tshoane on guitar. Tickets are R50 at the door. To book phone 031 303 8398 or e-mail email@example.com