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CT Tango Ensemble live @ Kaleidoscope Cafe Date: 12 September 2014 (Friday) Time: 20:00 till 21:00h Venue: Kaleidoscope Cafe, Claremont, Cape Town If you are enthusiastic Tango Dancer, do not miss this one. If you are not a Tango dancer, also do not miss this show! All 3 CDs of CT Tango Ensemble will be available at the show.
Richard Ceasar will be doing a Pre Launch of his latest CD called "FOR THE LOVE OF LATIN" and Wendy Oldfield will be a guest with the GLENN ROBERTSON JAZZ BAND. This all makes it a very exciting evening!
Ebrahim Khalil Shihab, formerly known as Chris Schilder of PACIFIC EXPRESS is a prolific musician, composer, arranger and performer. His band consists of Ebrahim on Piano, Gary Kriel on Bass, Kevin Gibson on Drums and they will feature Harry Peacock on Guitar and Erin Clark on Vocals. Some great purist Jazz!
Errol Dyers Quartet consist of Errol Dyer on Vocals and Guitar, George Werner on Piano, Ivan Bell on Drums and Peter Dladla on Bass Guitar. Most of Errol's Music is written,composed and arranged by himself and reflects the sound of the goema beat, which is a distinctly Cape Town sound!
Music, Arts & Culture Sunday Evening Concert with Guest artists Gordon Epstein & John Aron
Manager: Glenn Robertson
Bio: The band comprises Tony Drake on Piano, Andre Henry on Bass Guitar, Donveno Prins on Saxophone, Joseph Avergel on Percussion, Robyn Klaasen on Vocals, Michelle Robertson on Vocals and Glenn Robertson plays percussion and fronts the band vocally.
Glenn Robertson was one of the founder members of ...See Full Bio
: Throwback Thursday with my Dad Vincent Brian Robertson who passed away 16 years ago on this day. My biggest gift... http://t.co/OYXAocqb3P
“Glenn Robertson Jazz Band “A quality jazz performance characterised by great sound, powerful vocals and some brilliant solos by pianist and keyboard player Tony Drake. Eight tracks are performed in just under an hour including international and local classics. It makes this band a must-see for every jazz fan.” KP ”