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All Blog Posts Tagged 'Cape' (5)

Another resounding success for the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, here's to the next ten years

The Cape Town International Jazz Festival has come and gone for another year, yet despite the problems that beset the festival again this year was a huge success.



The pulling out of one of the major sponsors Standard Bank has hurt, they have pulled all of their Arts and Culture sponsorship and with the will they, won’t they pull out attitude of a couple of the other major sponsors. Shame on them all, that bank is now pouring there millions into sport, specifically cricket to the… Continue

Added by Eric Alan on April 9, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

Cape Town International Jazz Festival celebrates ten years of success

The Cape Town International Jazz Festival has proved many sceptics wrong. When the organisers launched the event in 2000, many felt that the event, like other previous attempts to have an annual international jazz festival on the African continent, would fizzle out. In April 03-04, the festival which attracted 33 500 people this year, turns ten.



In its decade-long existence, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival has become an important event in the world jazz calendar. In June… Continue

Added by Eric Alan on December 10, 2008 at 3:03am — No Comments

On your internet radio tonight in South Africa - Saturday 4 October The Late, Late Show

Please join me, Eric Alan and my special guests, South African actress Lillian Dube, international jazz singer Stacy Kent who will tell their stories of their experiences on surviving breast cancer. We also have Fadwa Walker from CANSA and Karin Blumer from NICRO on Radio 2000 at 10pm (South African Time) tonight for a discussion on life after breast cancer. Music is an important part of our show and we feature a heap of great South African music, to discover more just tune in on the web the… Continue

Added by Eric Alan on October 4, 2008 at 5:30am — No Comments

ERIC ALAN’S LATE, LATE SHOW & JAZZ RENDEZVOUS NEWSLETTER Friday 19th September 2008

Last week our invited guest did not pitch due to circumstances beyond our control and with the shock and sudden passing of one of South Africa’s greatest musical sons jazz pianist Bheki Msleleku, we were able to pay tribute the his genius through our show. We able to speck to Professor Hotep Idris Galeta, Johnny Mekoa, Fine artist Sam Nhlengethwa, Mfana Mlambo a good friend of Bheki’s and Langa Mseleku the late pianists brother.



It was an incredibly sad show but the joy was being… Continue

Added by Eric Alan on September 19, 2008 at 6:00am — No Comments

ERIC ALANS LATE, LATE SHOW & JAZZ RENDEZVOUS NEWSLETTER - SAT 13th SEPTEMBER 2008

Well done to the winners of our spelling mistake competition, the first 10 entries received were judged to be the winners and they are; Lucas Tsholofelo Titisi of Walmer, P.E.; Peter Bosch of Steenberg, Cape; Andrea Wolper of Brooklyn, New York; Bev Perold-Stephen of Durban North; Norma Read of Claremont, CT; Cheryl Scholtz of Cape Town; Grant Smith of Modderfontein; Mike Laatz of Claremont, CT; Mark Black of Kenilworth, CT and Herby Opland of Johannesburg. As will be noted we have received… Continue

Added by Eric Alan on September 13, 2008 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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