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📣 We invite you to join Afro Arts SA in celebrating #AfricaMonth with an exciting FREE Rhythm and Blues programme on 27 and 28 May 2021. 🌐 The programme will be streamed via www.afroarts.co.za as well as Live in this Facebook Page, and feature a range of artists that will resonate with the different genres and the different ages of music lovers.“We have assembled an in-house Rhythm and Blues band, directed by acclaimed jazz artist Avzal Mikhael Ismail,” says Roshnie Moonsammy, director of Afro Arts, on the Rhythm & Blues Virtual Concert, “comprising a stellar range of South African jazz musicians of the likes of Mandla Mlangeni (Trumpet), Sisonke Xonti (Sax), Sims Tshabala (Drums), Tapelo Khumisi (Keys), Nhlanhla Radebe (Bass) and Mark Komane (Guitarist).”Guest artists also featured are contemporary vocalist BONJ and bassist AusTebza, who has toured and recorded internationally. In addition, Standard Bank Young Artist award winner, trombone player, vocalist and composer Siya Makuzeni will also make an appearance. But that is not all. Other featured artists performing will include piano maestro Yonela Mnana, The Brother Moves On, Albert Frost, Andre Kriel from The BLACK CAT BONES, actress and singer Nelisiwe Sibiya, Themby Khumalo, Femi Koya, legendary SA guitarist Bra Themba Mokoena, Gunshot Blue, and vocalist Lindsay McGuire.As customary with Afro Arts SA, there will be an educational and enrichment workshop, this time focusing on song writing. It will be presented by internationally acclaimed South African artists Msaki, Shekhinah, Vusi Mahlasela and Avzal Mikhael Ismail. The Workshop on Songwriting will be streamed on Thursday 27 May 2021, 7pm to 8pm. #RhythmandBlues #AfricaMonth ... See MoreSee Less
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