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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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A night to remember with special needs children

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Every third year, the Open Air School in Glenwood, Durban hosts a fundraiser like no other. The KZNPO, arguably the best Philharmonic Orchestra in South Africa turns out and supports a programme of music that includes some of the best young performers and the Open Air School Choir. This year, an evening of beautiful music was offered to the appreciative audience, who packed the school hall.  

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Africa Day at Caversham Mill: Pure Gold

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Africa Day 2014 at Caversham Mill 

Africa Day 2014 at Caversham Mill in KZN Pics: Gisele Turner

The air was smokey-blue, the leaves falling gold and red. The lawn was green and formed a perfect natural amphitheatre – an unforgettable setting for an afternoon of extreme musical pleasure. Owners of well loved Caversham Mill Restaurant hosted one of African’s iconic performers, Zimbabwean Olive Mtukudizi, along with our home grown Shabalala Rhythms and maskandi artist David Jenkins. It was pure gold …..

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Tony Cox packs food for the soul with ‘Padkos’

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Tony Cox Padkos 

Tony Cox likes to keeps things casual and friendly. He strolls on stage in comfortable chinos, slops and black T, and greets everyone with a “howzit!” His signature locks are long, white and freshly washed and he keeps a little bush of a goatee.  His eyes have the look of a man who has walked onto too many stages to remember, but his forehead is smooth and broad and a secret smile plays on his lips. He sits firmly on the moulded plastic chair, picks up his guitar, shifts into playing position and begins. If you close your eyes you would swear there were at least three guitarists on that stage….

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