Jazz in the Cradle: Crafting New Rooted Rhythms with Soul Housing, Ziza Muftic and Mandela Mlangeni

Jazz in the Cradle: Crafting New Rooted Rhythms with Soul Housing, Ziza Muftic and Mandela Mlangeni
Jazz in the Cradle is giving recognition to youthful talented musicians in its 9th edition the annual jazz celebrations that sees jazz lovers come together to celebrate contemporary sounds. This year it will celebrate “Crafting New Rooted Rhythms” by putting together a curated line-up of the best young Jazz musicians that have produced some the best music South Africa witnessed this year so far.

It all takes place at the luxurious gardens of the NIROX Sculpture Park on the 1st of September 2019. A great concert for the family to enjoy a day of amazing jazz performances and sounds, food and art and the beauty of nature at NIROX.

The line up is a collection of artists in SA who’ve created some of the beautiful music this year. A five-piece multinational band, Soul Housing Project led by Sakhile Moleshe, a singer, Poet and composer only promises to give jazz lovers the best of the newest upbeat sounds, yet soothing.

Ziza Muftic, a jazz vocalist, pianist and composer that initially started out as a violinist, will show that the SA music industry transcends boundaries when it comes to meshing sounds to produce beautiful jazz music. Muftic blends European folk music with American and South African jazz styles.

Mandela Mlangeni, the 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for jazz
who believes music is a lifelong process of learning, will bring a youthful and lively ambiance to a perfect bring day with his trumpet who believes that music is a lifelong process of learning.

Don’t miss this family-friendly spring experience with epic festival cuisine by the Epicurean Emporium along with other selected best traders from the food and design markets of Joburg. Desserts and accompaniments from Joburg Culinary And Pastry School, Knickerbocker Ice-Cream, and Happy Coconuts will also be available at the concert.

Themba Nkomo

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