UNIT 5 will take to the stage on Friday, 29 March at Jazz on Red

ABOUT JAZZ ON RED

As winter fast approaches, JAZZ ON RED is once again proud to announce the exciting collective UNIT 5, who will take to the stage on Friday, 29 March, with a promise to take the chill off with what promises to be a scorching set!

The recent addition of JAZZ ON RED to the Cape Town live music calendar has now turned into a monthly affair! The jazz extravaganza, in the heart of the V&A Waterfront at the Radisson Red Hotel, launched in February with Chadleigh Gouwer.

Curated and hosted by Esra Overberg and special guests, JAZZ ON RED is excited to welcome this unique ensemble of seasoned jazz musicians who, between them, boast more than 20-years of live performance.

Made up of Peter Ndlala on bass, Carlo Fabe on drums, Jed Petersen on saxophone, Nobuhle Ashanti on keyboard and Muneeb Hermans on trumpet, their live chemistry is simply intoxicating!

There will also be a DJ set from Stan The Jazz Man, who will be on the decks, setting the mood while patrons settle in and enjoy a drink at QUIbar.

UNIT 5 will then open the evening’s entertainment with a selection of their original jazz compositions. Expect a night to remember in a room that does justice to accomplished musicians, passionate fans and lovers of all things JAZZ ON RED.

18h30 – Doors Open
19h00 – DJ Set – Stan The Jazz Man
20h00 – UNIT 5 live jazz performance

Tickets are for sale from Quicket, or at the door.

RADISSON RED
Gone are stuffy hotels and rigid rules. We’ve taken care of the essentials, like free high-speed Wi-Fi, manning the bar, and showcasing the best local flavours in the OUIBar + KTCHN. Our unique model means you’re in control. From keyless entry, to requesting extra pillows. Use the app to get what you need AND what you want.
The OUIBar + KTCHN is your food, drink and social hub, where we’ve created menus from local, seasonal produce. Want to taste the heart and soul of the city? You’ve come to the right place. And the best part? You can make your order through the app and collect your grub when it suits you.
The OUIBar + KTCHN also has an extensive list of cocktails. So whether you’re planning a late one, or a leisurely lunch with friends and colleagues, we’re here to make it happen.

PARKING
Sufficient, secure underground parking is available on P2 & P3. Catch an elevator to the ground floor.

JAZZ ON RED is a Ovcorp Media Entertainment, Radisson Red & Music Exchange (MEX) initiative.

Sunday 17th March at De Waal Park -Gardens with Jimmy Nevis

On Sunday Jimmy Nevis and the Rockets and Saudiq Khan will be at De Waal Park in Gardens

R20.00 gets you in

Music starts at 2pm

Masterclass on Saturday 23 March with Radio Monitor is your song really being played on radio

Radio Monitor is your song really being played ?

Find out how to track your music on radio once submitted and how to use this amazing tool ….

we also will discuss

Is radio airplay important?

How to create a hit song?

Are you being played – Play-listed vs Being Played

How can I check my airplay on radio

How to submit to radio stations

Radio royalties and how it works

The future of radio

RAMS or SPINS – what’s the difference?

Indie vs Major – is it important for airplay?

formats

audio files

digital vs physical delivery

Commercial vs PBS vs Community

-Talk hosted by Jarrod Aston pictured below and Music Exchange and Paul Bothner Music

TIME 10.30AM TO 12 NOON

PAUL BOTHNERS PLUMSTEAD STORE

BOOK QUICKET OR AT THE DOOR

https://www.quicket.co.za/events/68506-radio-monitor-is-your-song-really-being-played/?fbclid=IwAR2tcxsTVj6owY6sRme0Uyc-rkSWpLrmpkSoM1JmClCsWPro9Yw4CsQ_KUU#/

Artists have spent lots of money recording your music now you will be able to see if it is really getting airplay

‘Maskandi’ Masterclass with Qadasi & Maqhinga Sat 16 Feb 10.30am

‘Maskandi’ Masterclass with Qadasi & Maqhinga brought to you by Music Exchange

Hailing from the heart of Zululand, SAMA nominated Maskandi duo, Qadasi & Maqhinga, will be giving a Masterclass on ‘Maskandi’ music – one of SA’s signature traditional genre’s which is best known for its unique guitar style.

The duo will give live demonstrations on traditional guitar and concertina and discuss the following topics:

– The history of ‘Maskandi’

– How the genre has changed over time

– Different styles of Maskandi

– Song composition and arrangement

– The ‘izibongo’ – praise poetry

Venue -Paul Bothners Claremont

Sat 16 Feb 10.30 -12 noon -tickets R50.00 from door or via Quicket

Queries Martin Myers – 083 448 4475

info@musicexchange.co.za

‘Maskandi’ Masterclass with Qadasi & Maqhinga Saturday 16 February Paul Bothners Claremont

Hailing from the heart of Zululand, SAMA nominated Maskandi duo, Qadasi & Maqhinga, will be giving a Masterclass on ‘Maskandi’ music – one of SA’s signature traditional genre’s which is best known for its unique guitar style.

The duo will give live demonstrations on traditional guitar and concertina and discuss the following topics:

– The history of ‘Maskandi’

– How the genre has changed over time


– Different styles of Maskandi


– Song composition and arrangement


– The ‘izibongo’ – praise poetry

Saturday 16 February Paul Bothners Claremont -Book Quicket at R50.00 or the door at R70.00

CONCERTS IN THE PARK is pleased to announce that at 2pm on the 3 February 2019, at De Waal Park in Cape Town we will be starting the Concert Season with star studded lineup.

Sipho “HOTSTIX” Mabuse
The Rudimentals
Supported by Mmino

For the first time ever, the legendary Sipho “HOTSTIX” Mabuse will be performing at DeWaal Park. Sipho is an integral part of the entertainment industry, and his contribution to the diverse landscape of South Africa is appreciated and honoured by music lovers the world over. In fact, throughout the course of his 54-year career, Sipho has become a musical ambassador for South Africa.

Sipho late last year had a sold out show at the Baxter and is busier than ever. He remarked about De Waal Park ‘ I will be playing all the songs fans have come to associate with me like Jive Soweto, Shikisha and of course Burnout and we will throw in some surprises as well.’

Second on the lineup CONCERTS IN THE PARK are so pleased to welcome our long standing friends THE RUDIMENTALS. Celebrated AFRICAN-SKA band The Rudimentals is a socially diverse, fun-filled act that strives to interact with people of all ages and tastes. This multi-layered musical offering is made up of highly accomplished, talented and entertaining musicians, representing a blend of youth and experience. The band has also shared stages with some of South Africa’s top headliners, including Johnny Clegg, Lucky Dube, Hip Hop Pantsula, Freshlyground, Fuzigish; and toured extensively with the likes of The Wailers and legendary UB40….

Our headliners will be supported by the newly formed band MMINO.
The band members are based in Khayelitsha. The band was formed by Mohau Moahloli after playing for multiple bands around Cape Town. Mmino’s music is original and is influenced by the diverse African culture it has the fusion of African pop, Afro soul disco, Mbhaqanga jams with a twist of reggae making it more current and relevant music. All instruments are played live on stage , the music is inspired by the everyday experiences in the second largest township of South Africa. Being an example for the youth, they create music that caters for young and old across all races.

This first Concert will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience these amazing artists at ALMOST NO COST. Tickets will cost R20.00 per person and will be available for sale at Computicket from later this week and also at the gates on the day of the concert.

We look forward to seeing everybody for our Nation Building, community concerts for a Sunday of unbelievable entertainment.

Sipho Mabuse and the Rudimentals and Mmino for De Waal Park – Sunday 3rd Feb

Legendary South African artist Sipho Mabuse creates another milestone in his career with a 1st time ever performance at De Waal park in Upper Orange Street Gardens.

on Sunday 3rd February from 2pm with the Rudimentals and Mmino who performed with Sipho last year at a sold out Baxter Concert Hall in October 2018.

Sipho remarked their are so few place to perform in major cities and when the organisers approached my manager Martin Myers ,I had no hesitation in saying Yes
Why not do different places he said.

We are playing in a band stand that goes back many years The Concerts will be staged in the original Edwardian bandstand which was manufactured by Messrs Walter McFarlane & Co of Glasgow and presented to ‘the corporation’ in Cape Town by the Traders-Market & Exhibition Ltd. London in 1904.

It was moved from the original exhibition space in Green Point to De Waal Park some years later.

Book via Computicket R20.00

citp poster sipho copy

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