The third album from South African-Swiss jazz band Skyjack delights and surprises
Reflecting on just how much had been upended, the pianist stepped towards his instrument and summoned the language to grieve
‘Beyond the Stars’ forces us to think about Mseleku’s solo piano practice as an approach to inhabiting sound
Shane Cooper’s approach to music and formation of Mabura has been coloured by his involvement with several groups (David Harrison)
The jazz musician has always been a visionary and a team player. He is now launching his solo debut
From comedienne Celeste Ntuli’s stand-up show to Toni Braxton and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds’s SA tour, we round-up this week’s hot-ticket events.
From live shows to screenings, the arts desk rounds up some highlights from the festival.
2015 marks a metamorphic time for the musician as he moves beyond revivalism and continues to explore a new sound with his trio.
Kesivan and the Lights’ new album is a signature moment in the history of South African jazz.
Following Kyle Shepherd winning the Standard Bank Young Artist of the Year, his performance with his band showed off his unwavering talent.
Standard Bank’s Young Artist of the Year for Jazz Kyle Shepherd may only be 26 but his music and discography makes him something of a veteran.