Jazz music to wow the Cape

2019-06-11 06:00
Mandla Mlangeni will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble at the Artscape Opera House on Saturday.

Mandla Mlangeni will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble at the Artscape Opera House on Saturday.

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The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House.

This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gugulethu Voices Choir and a libretto by award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Kholeka Putuma.

Mlangeni says that their foray into the classical world is an opportunity to give a voice to new expression within the structural confines of Western art while also drawing from the deep well of indigenous music by creating cultural avenues that allow for audiences to tap into new and unimagined worlds. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!V Five lucky People’s Post readers can win a set of double tickets to see the show this Saturday. To enter, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House.

This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gugulethu Voices Choir and a libretto by award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Kholeka Putuma. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!V Five lucky People’s Post readers can win a set of double tickets to see the show this Saturday. To enter, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House.

This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and other choirs.

WIN! WIN!! WIN!!! V to stand a chance to win a set of double tickets, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House.

This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gugulethu Voices Choir and a libretto by award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Kholeka Putuma.

Mlangeni says that their foray into the classical world is an opportunity to give a voice to new expression within the structural confines of Western art while also drawing from the deep well of indigenous music by creating cultural avenues that allow for audiences to tap into new and unimagined worlds. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!V Five lucky People’s Post readers can win a set of double tickets to see the show this Saturday. To enter, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House.

This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gugulethu Voices Choir and a libretto by award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Kholeka Putuma.

Mlangeni says that their foray into the classical world is an opportunity to give a voice to new expression within the structural confines of Western art while also drawing from the deep well of indigenous music by creating cultural avenues that allow for audiences to tap into new and unimagined worlds. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!V Five lucky People’s Post readers can win a set of double tickets to see the show this Saturday. To enter, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House. This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gugulethu Voices Choir and a libretto by award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Kholeka Putuma.

Mlangeni says that their foray into the classical world is an opportunity to give a voice to new expression within the structural confines of Western art.

This while also drawing from the deep well of indigenous music by creating cultural avenues that allow for audiences to tap into new and unimagined worlds. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!V Five lucky People’s Post readers can win a set of double tickets to see the show this Saturday. To enter, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House. This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gugulethu Voices Choir and a libretto by award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Kholeka Putuma.

Mlangeni says that their foray into the classical world is an opportunity to give a voice to new expression within the structural confines of Western art while also drawing from the deep well of indigenous music by creating cultural avenues that allow for audiences to tap into new and unimagined worlds. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!V Five lucky People’s Post readers can win a set of double tickets to see the show this Saturday. To enter, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

The 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Mandla Mlangeni, will lead the Amandla Freedom Ensemble titled Oratorio of a Forgotten Youth, on Saturday at the Artscape Opera House.

This multi-disciplinary genre-bending collaborative performance by what is said to be South Africa’s strongest forces within the jazz, classical and indigenous music scene will feature the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Gugulethu Voices Choir and a libretto by award-winning poet and theatre practitioner Kholeka Putuma. Mlangeni says that their foray into the classical world is an opportunity to give a voice to new expression within the structural confines of Western art while also drawing from the deep well of indigenous music by creating cultural avenues that allow for audiences to tap into new and unimagined worlds. WIN! WIN!! WIN!!!V Five lucky People’s Post readers can win a set of double tickets to see the show this Saturday. To enter, email your name, surname and area with the subject line: All that jazz to win@peoplespost.co.za. Entries to the competition closes tomorrow (12 June) at 10:00.

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