Jazz collective to return to NMB

2017-12-13 06:00
Ganesh Geymeier.Photo:SUPPLIED

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THE captivating, all-star contemporary jazz collective Plurism is back on South African soil this month and they will be taking to the stage at Lunga’s Jazz Place on December 20, as part of their second tour.

Following their first two releases, Untitled Yet and Fufu Tryout, Plurism will present their third album, More Fufu!, in a back-to-back six-city tour across South Africa.

The collective is formed around Swiss drummer Dominic Egli, in collaboration with legendary South African trumpeter Feya Faku, bassist Fabien Iannone and Ganesh Geymeier on tenor saxophone.

Described as a “colourful declaration of love to Africa”, More Fufu! pays homage to Africa’s melting pot of musical and culinary offerings.

Plurism’s More Fufu! tour will make a stop in Port Elizabeth, Feya Faku’s home town, on December 20 at Lunga’s Jazz Place at 7pm.

Tickets are R100 per person and bookings can be made on bookings@artevivamanagement.com.


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