The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music is proud to present, Songs in The Mother Key – a presentation by Estelle Kokot on Wednesday, 05 September 2012 at 18:00.  

After establishing herself as an esteemed solo artist on the live scene, Estelle released two studio albums ‘Alternative Therapy’ (1999) and ‘Information’ (2007).  Information was nominated for a prestigious SAMA (South African Musicians’ Award) in the ‘Best Vocal Jazz Album’ category. ‘Where Is The Rainbow’ a song from the album ‘Information’ featured on a South African TV series ‘A Place Called Home’. Other tracks were used on a popular Australian television drama.  

Join London born South African singer, songwriter, pianist, Estelle Kokot, as she takes you on a musical journey.  Interpretive renditions of rearranged standards from Thelonius Monk to Miles Davis, and her own compositions.  

“Her rendition of Monks classic “Round Midnight” was something else to hear, an incredible and masterful improvisation of the piece like I’ve never heard before. I was completely blown away”. Eric Alan – All Jazz Radio SA and Radio2000 July 2012.
 

DATE                     : Wednesday 05 September   2012

TIME                      : 18h00 (Doors opens at 17h30)

TICKETS                : (Adults R35) (Pensioners R20) (Students R10)

VENUE                  : Centre for Jazz and Popular Music (CJPM), Level 2, Shepstone bldg.

Tel                          : 031 260 3385

Email                     : Zamat1@ukzn.ac.za

 

Cash bar available

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