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one response. April 18, 2016 Natasha

International Jazz Day Events – South Africa 2016

International Jazz Day Events – South Africa 2016

The Roots and Routes of South African Jazz – The Market Theatre – 9:00 The Market Theatre in Collaboration with SPIN Foundation and Kaya FM Celebrate […]

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no responses. April 18, 2016 Natasha

International Jazz Day – 30 April 2016

International Jazz Day – 30 April 2016

“When a human being is oppressed, the natural tendency is to feel anger. Jazz is a response to oppression that is not bullets and blood. Jazz is […]

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no responses. April 15, 2016 Natasha

From the club to the classroom: all that jazz is good for the kids

From the club to the classroom: all that jazz is good for the kids

The popular belief is that classical music is the best tool for early childhoood education. Jazz fan, music educator and lecturer Mignon van Vreden was convinced […]

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no responses. April 13, 2016 Natasha

The marginalised African Songbird who finally became visible again

The marginalised African Songbird who finally became visible again

In 1948, the National Party came to power in South Africa and immediately implemented legislation intended to weaken struggles for social democracy, labour rights and racial […]

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no responses. April 6, 2016 Natasha

How to Make Drinks That Match Your Playlist

How to Make Drinks That Match Your Playlist

What’s better than a nightcap after a long day, or week, to unwind? We vote you should have that nightcap while listening to your favourite music. […]

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no responses. March 9, 2016 Natasha

Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock Pen an Open Letter to the Next Generation of Artists

Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock Pen an Open Letter to the Next Generation of Artists

Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock have been friends for over forty years. In the pursuit of their art, they’ve shattered boundaries previously believed unbreakable, they’ve revolutionized […]

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no responses. February 25, 2016 Natasha

Podcasts (Latest)

Podcasts (Latest)

This week on Kaya FM we celebrated International Mother Language day. As always we kick off our Sunday with some of the greatest jazz of all […]

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no responses. February 25, 2016 Natasha

Why Nina Simone’s Style is Still Inspiring Today

Why Nina Simone’s Style is Still Inspiring Today

Nina Simone had the kind of personal style I aspire to have one day. It’s bold, it’s brazen and she undeniably followed her own intuition over […]

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no responses. February 16, 2016 Natasha

Latest Podcasts

Latest Podcasts

Get the latest from Linda Nzuzo, Brenda Sisane and Colin Kgari      

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no responses. February 16, 2016 Natasha

The Do’s and Don’ts of jazz according to Gregory Porter

The Do’s and Don’ts of jazz according to Gregory Porter

Don’t know your blues from your bebop? GQ meets the Grammy award-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter to learn about jazz gig etiquette and the genre’s defining […]

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