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Durban gets the Blues at Wilson’s Wharf Waterfront

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Donna Herula, Charlie Love, Raphael Imbert, the Blues Broers, Anton Cawthorne-Blazeby will be at the Durban International Blues Fest 2014

With under a week to go before Durban "goes blue " again with its popular, annual Durban International Blues Festival, frantic preparations are taking place at its usual waterside spot of Wilson's Wharf in Durban. The six-day event runs from Tues 14 -Sunday 16 October 2014

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Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin with Nibs van der Spuy

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The Knight and the Lady - Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin

As musicians Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin waited for Nibs Van de Spuy to call them up on stage I had the weirdest feeling of déjà vu. For although the scene took place a few days ago  in Durban, South Africa, I had a sense of a different time and setting, carried as a miasma around these two minstrels as surely as if they had been dressed in medieval clothes and standing on a floor strewn with rushes. When they took to the stage, the feeling did not dispel; rather it intensified and for a glorious and timeless while I was lost in another world, transported on the wings of song…..

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Baroque 2000 features Gut String Quartet

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Gut String Quartet 

 A ground-breaking  event on the musical calendar takes place at the Church of the Monastery, Mariannhill on Sunday 17 August.   Starting at 3pm, the programme features a ensemble playing by special invitation of Baroque 2000, namely the Gut String Quartet

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HA!Man and Ant Cawthorn-Blazeby in concert at St Clements

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Anton Cawthorn-Blazeby

St Clements, 191 Musgrave rd, DURBAN, is hosting the return of one of South Africa's most exciting improvisation collaborations: the standing duo between maestros Ant Cawthorn-Blazeby on violin and Francois the HA!Man on cello

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