Jazz after-party’s fun loving joes

2016-04-07 06:00
 Some of the people who graced the IJM’s after party in Langa on Sunday PHOTOS: joe sidambe

Some of the people who graced the IJM’s after party in Langa on Sunday PHOTOS: joe sidambe

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Following the highly successful 17th edition of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, which saw a 50/50 split between local and international artists being showcased, Langa hosted its own, equally successful jazz jig on Sunday.

Hosted by the Ikapa Jazz Movement, and called the CTIJF after-party, the Johnson Ngwevela Hall was filled to near capacity as jazz lovers, afficionados and connoisseurs from around the country danced to the mellow sound of the genre.

Ikapa Jazz Movement is an association of jazz appreciators, has been hosting the event since 2008.

It is a non-profit organization which aims to promote jazz music, arts and culture.

The collective also aims to encourage, nurture and develop talent through providing platforms for showcasing and exposing such talent.

This event has grown significantly over the years and has now become an annual event for all jazz appreciators throughout Southern Africa.

The highlight of the evening was the performance of Bra Tete Mbambisa, his wife and his ensemble.

Following is a series of pictures depicting the people who made the evenr a success.

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