Nduduzo Makhathini

 
Folly to call mastery arrogance
Folly to call mastery arrogance
I renewed my vows with jazz last night. It’s not that I had fallen out of love with her. We both just thought we could do better — ya know,...
The woman who helped forge an icon
The woman who helped forge an icon
The news of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s death broke while I was listening to Nduduzo Makhathini’s Listening to the Ground. The opening...
Inextricable link between jazz and fashion
Inextricable link between jazz and fashion
The Cape Town International Jazz Festival has become a staple in the South African musical events diary. Defining jazz and what it means is a...
For good vibes and an Arts fix, don't miss this
For good vibes and an Arts fix, don't miss this
Human Rights Festival: The three-day event at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg includes debates, art, culture, exhibitions,...
Conte finds a brand new swag
Conte finds a brand new swag
Italian guitarist, producer and DJ Nicola Conte works quite hard at pursuing his art on his own terms.
International Jazz Extravaganza: memorable shows, haphazard production
International Jazz Extravaganza: memorable shows, haphazard production
International Jazz Extravaganza chief executive Sindile Xulu loves to differentiate between the terms “extravaganza” and “festival”. At a...
Makhathini’s prolific pianism
Makhathini’s prolific pianism
On a Sunday night a few days ago, I had the luck of turning on the radio as strains of Nduduzo Makhathini’s At Your Feet Oh Lord...
Jazz in the Cradle sings its songs of freedom
Jazz in the Cradle sings its songs of freedom
With "Songs of Freedom" as its theme, the third Jazz in the Cradle event is set to take over the amphitheatre of the Nirox Sculpture...

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