Saxophonist’s debut concert in metro

2017-05-04 06:01
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In association with Concerts SA, saxophonist Mike Rossi will be touring the Eastern Cape with his band.

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Music Department is proud to be hosting the Mike Rossi Project and the band will be performing in the South Campus auditorium at 19:30 next Thursday, May 11th.

This will be American-born and Cape Town-based Mike Rossi’s first concert in the metro. He is the professor in jazz and woodwinds at the SA College of Music, University of Cape Town.

His achievements include numerous recordings, and international stage appearances as leader, soloist, and sideman with Tony Bennett, Dave Liebman, Winston Mankunku Ngozi, George Russell, Clark Terry, Alessio Menconi and Darius Brubeck amongst others.

As a composer and performer he has appeared on numerous jazz and classical recordings and has written a series of method books on jazz improvisation.

  • Tickets: R70 (R50 pensioners, R30 students). For further enquires contact Nicky Bosman 041 504 4235

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