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no responses. July 26, 2019 Zuko

Q & A with Multi-award winning poet Phillippa Yaa De Villiers


Q & A with Multi-award winning poet Phillippa Yaa De Villiers

Multi-award winning poet, playwright and performance artist, Phillippa Yaa de Villiers is a graduate of the Lecoq International School of Theatre in Paris. Her poetry ranges […]

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no responses. May 24, 2019 Zuko

Thandi Ntuli chats to Zoë Modiga and Ndumiso Manana


Thandi Ntuli chats to Zoë Modiga and Ndumiso Manana

  Zoë was born in Durban and raised in Pietermaritzburg. She attended school at the National School of the Arts. She majored in Jazz Vocals at the […]

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no responses. May 24, 2019 Zuko

Avant Garde Troupe chats to Dj Spinna


Avant Garde Troupe chats to Dj Spinna

DJ Spinna(New York City) Avant Garde Troupe, One of the crucial characteristics of jazz in a working class is its search for the new. As music […]

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no responses. May 24, 2019 Zuko

GALLERY: Nduduzo Makhathi performs at Hard Rock Cafe


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no responses. May 24, 2019 Zuko

Live Sessions: Poetry & Jazz with Myesha Jenkings


Live Sessions: Poetry & Jazz with Myesha Jenkings

Jazzuary FM recently hosted  Live Sessions, the Poetry Edition. The first of the Jazzuary Live Session – Poetry Edition. It was an evening of Jazz Poetry […]

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no responses. May 23, 2019 Nomali

Cool Jazz album art


Cool Jazz album art

By Nomali Cele For many years, the joy of music was both in listening to it and holding the physical copy in your hands. Jazz is […]

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no responses. May 23, 2019 Natasha

Hall of Fame – A tribute to Dayme’ Arocena


Hall of Fame – A tribute to Dayme’ Arocena

By: Natasha Archary      Singer, composer and choir director, Daymé Arocena intertwines her musical heritage from her native Cuba in a fusion of Afro-Jazz and […]

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no responses. April 29, 2019 Zuko

The Life and Times of Amara Touré from Guinea


The Life and Times of Amara Touré from Guinea

By Zuko Komisa To fully appreciate the eclectic music that is Afro-Cuban jazz, it’s important to celebrate those who pioneered this sound. One such person is […]

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no responses. April 22, 2019 Zuko

Explore Afro Cuban music in these three Cuban cities.


Explore Afro Cuban music in these three Cuban cities.

By Zuko Komisa While the internet allows us to experience, virtually that is, what is out there in the worlds, nothing comes close to experiencing a […]

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no responses. April 16, 2019 Zuko

Afro-Cuban Dance – The Rumba, Salsa and Timba


Afro-Cuban Dance – The Rumba, Salsa and Timba

By Zuko Komisa The impact of Afro Cuban music can be seen all over the world, with popular dances being exported to many parts of the […]

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