Keiskamma Music Academy celebrates 10 years

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Keiskamma Music Academy: Lelethu Kila, Wonke Mapuma,Simphiwe Mtywaku, Sambesiwe Mavela, Asive Mali, Sinovuyo Makhubalo, Wonga Mbiko, Max Khang, Wynona Spiller, Thandikhaya Matiti, Qhama Nongce, Asonwabile Nompunga, Sanele Deliwe, Mihla Deliwe, Akhona Klaas and Sinazo Tupeni.
Keiskamma Music Academy: Lelethu Kila, Wonke Mapuma,Simphiwe Mtywaku, Sambesiwe Mavela, Asive Mali, Sinovuyo Makhubalo, Wonga Mbiko, Max Khang, Wynona Spiller, Thandikhaya Matiti, Qhama Nongce, Asonwabile Nompunga, Sanele Deliwe, Mihla Deliwe, Akhona Klaas and Sinazo Tupeni.

Keiskamma Music Academy will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a tour of Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown, Bloemfontein and East London between 12 July – 17 July.

“The Keiskamma Music Academy is a program of the Keiskamma Trust, an NPO that promotes health and hope through art, music, HIV/AIDS treatment, poverty alleviation projects and education initiatives,” says the Academy’s program manager Anthony Drake. [visit www.keiskamma.com]

The academy performs a wide variety of music including indigenous isiXhosa songs, popular, jazz and classical music. The Academy provides music training high quality music education to rural children from the area of Hamburg and surrounding villages.

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Tour schedule:

  • Port Elizabeth: 12 July, performance at The Athenaeum at 6pm;
  • Bloemfontein: 14 July, performance at the Gereformeerde Kerk Bloempark at 6pm, second performance at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Lucas Steyn Road, Heuwelsig on the 15th at 6pm;
  • Grahamstown: 16 July, performance at the Guy Butler Theatre at 6pm; and
  • East London: 17 July, performance at the Guild Theatre at 2.30pm.

Tickets: Adults: R80, Concessions: R50 & Children under 12: FREE.
Follow @KeiskammaMusic on Twitter or go to their Facebook page “Keiskamma Music Academy”.

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