Jazz music on a Sunday after sunset


Every last Sunday of the month, Soweto Theatre brings you exciting and exclusive jazz sounds from the country’s top musicians to our stage.

This month (Sunday 28 June) Standard Bank`s young artist of the year for jazz winner, Nduduzo Makhathini and the extraordinary Thebe Lepere take their turn. Bra Thebe is an innovative experimenter and a master percussionist who has toured the world with renowned musicians, such as Louis Moholo and Loose Tubes to mention just a few.

The performance will be very special, where the old meets the new, the known meets the unknown.

Most of the concert will be mostly improvised, with a couple of themes from Makhathini’s bag, the idea is to tell the untold stories of Africa, its culture and its people through sound. “To do this we couldn’t pass the opportunity to invite these two musicians, Nduduzo Makhathini and Thebe Lepere to be on stage together,” said Khosi Hlatshwayo, community and audience development manager at Soweto Theatre.

“My family also has a gift of healing and music was the only way I could best express and celebrate these gifts,” says Nduduzo Makhathini, pianist, composer and producer.

About Sun Jazz at the theatre

Sun Jazz at the theatre sessions are purposefully designed to bridge the gap between non-established bands and student musicians with established musicians well on their way to becoming the next generation of musical legends. A relationship helping to preserve the craft. In addition to that audiences are awarded the opportunity to sponsor a child, contributing to the growth of the music tutorial programme.

Come and celebrate the healing nature of music with us.

Performances times, 18h30 for 19h00 and tickets cost only R100 at the box office.

For bookings and more information, please contact box office 011 930 7461/2/3 or visit our website www.sowetotheatre.com


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