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 […]Read
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 […]Read
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 […]Read
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 […]Read
Understanding Signature Jazz soundscape instruments
By Zuko Komisa The evolution of Jazz as we know it came full circle in the 1950s through innovators we still look to for inspiration and […]Read
Reflecting on the role Jazz played for Activism and Social Justice.
By Zuko Komisa At the height of the then Civil Rights Movement, the relevance of the Jazz genre rose to prominance as the music that made […]Read