Simphiwe Dana and Gregory Maqoma are set to join forces for a new stage production.
Following her successful stage run in 2022, award-winning Afro-jazz musician Simphiwe Dana is back with another theatre offering, Moya.
She intends to use her music to delve into the world of the spiritual, which is what moya translates to in isiZulu. This show celebrates the ebb and flow of one’s spirit, something that can be strongly linked to the musical creations of the music veteran.
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The singer and songwriter has always been a champion for the healing powers of pure sounds, and this production is rumoured to be yet another artful demonstration of her adeptness and longevity.
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Directed by Gregory Maqoma, Moya will be held at the Joburg Theatre from March 3 to 5.
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“I look forward to also showcasing all the fashion and hair that celebrates many of our creatives,” she added.
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