Bheki Khoza

BHEKI KHOZA TRIO

 

We are pleased to host veteran guitarist, composer and mbaqanga jazz revivalist Bheki Khoza at the Chimurenga Factory.

Bheki is a graduate of the legendary collective African Jazz Pioneers and has played with masters like Victor Ntoni, Winston Mankunku, Barney Rachabane, and more.

He also wrote the music for Zola Maseko’s award winning film Drum (2004).

For this session, he is accompanied by Allistair Gibbs (bass) and Nicholas Dlakavu (drums).

Friday, 26 April 2024, 7pm
Chimurenga Factory – 157 Victoria Rd, Woodstock

R150 pre-booked at https://qkt.io/P1Hnaw
R200 at the door

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‘War Chorale’ by Bheki Khoza – LIVE at St Georges Cathedral

On 30 September 2009, Pan African Space Station presented ‘War Chorale’, composed and directed by Bheki Khoza in response to a short novella by Chilean author and activist, Fernando Alegria. War Chorale is a musical exploration into the slipperiness of history, love and memory, and the nearly invisible line that separates fiction from reality. It brought together multi-talented jazz vocalist and trombone player Siya Makuzeni, Mozambican guitarist and bandleader Dino Miranda, jazz ensemble A Congregation and the Unqambothi mixed choir …  ( continue reading

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Bheki Khoza Interview

Composer and director Bheki Khoza, trombone player Siya Makuzeni & Stacy Hardy talk War Chorale, a chorale work based on a novella by pioneering Chilean academic, visionary, writer and revolutionary Fernando AlegrĂ­a that premiered at PASS 2009.  ( continue reading

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War Chorale with Bheki Khoza live

With: BHEKI KHOZA etc WHERE/ WHEN: St George’s Cathedral (Wed Sept 30, from 7pm) Composed and directed by Bheki Khoza in response to a short novella by Chilean author and activist, Fernando Alegria, War Chorale is a musical exploration into the slipperiness of history, love and memory, and the nearly invisible line that separates fiction from reality. [display_podcast]  ( continue reading

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Bheki Khoza talks War Chorale

Composer and director Bheki Khoza, trombone player Siya Makuzeni & Stacy Hardy talk War Chorale, a chorale work based on a novella by pioneering Chilean academic, visionary, writer and revolutionary Fernando AlegrĂ­a that premiered at PASS 2009.  ( continue reading

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