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Dr Malombo fought to keep his music in a genre of its own

One thing Philip Tabane left us remains definite: that it is possible to influence others as much as it is possible to learn from them.

Jazz proves it knows no bounds

The Joy of Jazz’s venue was cumbersome but couldn’t constrain a genre that revels in flouting restrictions

Joy of Jazz: ‘Young jazz musicians have taken over’

Executive producer of Joy of Jazz Peter Tladi talks about the young fresh talent at the festival and the improvements they've made to the festival.

In pictures: Joy of Jazz 2014

This year's Joy of Jazz line-up included the likes of Grammy Award-winners Gregory Porter, Dianne Reeves and Roy Hargrove to name a few.

An ode to trailblazing jazz singers

This year's Joy of Jazz line-up pays special tribute to the influence of vocalists on the genre.

Joy of Jazz announces Porter and Hargrove on line-up

The Standard Bank Joy of Jazz has announced Grammy Award-winners Gregory Porter and Roy Hargrove as part of its line-up this year.

Joy of Jazz 2012: It’s a kind of magic

Despite a few mishaps and delays, this year's Joy of Jazz eventually found its groove, says Mpho Moshe Matheolane.

Bringing a legend to the locals

The Music Academy of Gauteng in Daveyton on the East Rand recently hosted a workshop with its students and Wynton Marsilis.

Wynton brings Joy

The inclusion of Wynton Marsalis in this year's lineup is something of a coup for the Joy of Jazz organisers.

Jazz is also about ‘jol’

The Joy of Jazz Festival has been relatively successful when it comes to numbers -- now it is working on the vibe.

Opening with a bang

The opening night of Standard Bank Joy of Jazz is a not-to-be-missed musical feast.

Onwards and upwards

Capetonian Kyle Shepherd recently returned from a successful tour of Denmark and Switzerland and will now showcase his versatility in Jo'burg.

Jazz with a sting

Trumpet ace Chris Botti attributes his breakthrough into music to a superstar who has become a mentor and a personal friend.

Leader of the sax pack

Ace American saxophonist and composer Kim Waters wants to experience the true African vibe.

The colour of music

Wouter Kellerman is widely considered to be South Africa's foremost flautist and he's delighted to be making his debut at joy of Jazz

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