Pan African Space Station presents the latest edition of Stories About Music in Africa, a musical conversation between Salim Washington (saxophone/flute), Dalisu Ndlazi (upright bass) and Asher Gamedze (drums). This session was recorded live at the Chimurenga Factory in June 2021.
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Chimurenga is delighted to present a musical conversation between Salim Washington (saxophone/flute), Dalisu Ndlazi (bass) and Asher Gamedze (drums) at the Chimurenga Factory (157 Victoria Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town). This event forms part of the Stories About Music in Africa series. Thursday, 24 June 2021 from 6pm. R110 presale tickets (bookings here) R150 at the door Limited seating available. For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org | +27 21 447 1119
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