This Friday 22 November 2013 Trevor Jones will be guest of Honour at The New Kaleidoscope Cafe’s Official Launch Party plus The Glenn Robertson Jazz Band.

Please join us on this Friday (22 November) where Trevor Jones will be our guest of Honour at The New Kaleidoscope Cafe’s Official Launch Party plus The Glenn Robertson Jazz Band.

The new venue address is 56 Main Road; Claremont (diagonally across the road from our old venue).

Call Petro 0216745761 to book your seat.
R100pp includes entertainment + meal.

Dessert and Coffee and Soft Drinks available at an additional cost.

About Dr. Trevor Jones MA PhD ARAM FRAM
At 17, Trevor was awarded a Scholarship from the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, Dr J.P. Duminy, and left South Africa to attend the Royal Academy of Music in London where for four years he studied composition, orchestration, conducting, piano and organ. Amongst other Prizes at the RAM he won the criticism prize for music and was appointed Classical Music Reviewer for BBC Radio & Television, a full –time post he held for four years and continued for a further two years, part-time while he pursued his graduate studies at York University, England.

Under the mentorship of Professor Wilfrid Mellers (“Twilight of the Gods: the Beatles in Retrospect”; “Man and his Music” etc), he studied Jazz, Pop, Rock, Folk, Ethnic Music, (including Balinese, Javanese & Indian), Avant Garde 20th Century music, Electronic Music, and Acoustics and received a BA Hons. and an MA in the relationship of Image and Music.

He became the first Composer to attend the National Film and Television School in England having completed 23 student film scores, and studying production, direction, sound, cinematography, and editing.

Trevor has composed over a hundred projects for film and television.

They include, ‘Excalibur’, ‘The Dark Crystal’, ‘Runaway Train’, ‘Angel Heart’, ‘Mississippi Burning’, ‘Last of the Mohicans’ , ‘Cliffhanger’, ‘Arachnophobia’, ‘Merlin’, ‘ Sea of Love’, ‘In the Name of the Father’, ‘Richard III’, ‘Brassed Off’, ‘Thirteen Days’, ‘Dark City’ and ‘Notting Hill’ amongst many others.

His pioneering work with the fusion of Acoustic and Electronic sounds set the benchmark for film and television scores.

He has collaborated with David Bowie, Sting, U2, Sinead O’Connor, Charlotte Church, Britney Spears and Elvis Costello and has been a jury member for BAFTA, the Mercury Music Prize and the International Film Festival of Flanders, Ghent.

He has founded a scholarship for South African students to attend the National Film and Television School in England and together with the Trevor Jones Composition Studio at the University of York is further testament to his commitment to fostering the next generation of composers, musicians and film-makers. He has funded music programming installations for students and the community at the University of the Western Cape and continues to initiate educational projects in South Africa.

“The next generation of the ‘Rainbow Nation’ deserves the finest education.”

For more information on Trevor, please visit his website:
Looking forward to welcoming you at our new venue.

Yours in music,

021-674 5761


About Martin Myers
Music Supervisor / Artist and Talent Manager / Publicist / Music Exchange Founder / Owner Triple M Entertainment

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