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NYO Jazz, Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Jazz Orchestra – 2024 South Africa Tour – Durban 7PM

Mail Guardian South Africa 12 Jul 2024
The celebrated Hugh Masekela and his band performed in South Africa, collaborating with the Boys and Girls Choir of Harlem and special guests who performed in the newly opened Zankel Hall.
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NYO Jazz, Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Jazz Orchestra – 2024 South Africa Tour Johannesburg Performance ...

Mail Guardian South Africa 12 Jul 2024
The celebrated Hugh Masekela and his band performed in South Africa, collaborating with the Boys and Girls Choir of Harlem and special guests who performed in the newly opened Zankel Hall.
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NYO Jazz, Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Jazz Orchestra – 2024 South Africa Tour – Cape ...

Mail Guardian South Africa 12 Jul 2024
The celebrated Hugh Masekela and his band performed in South Africa, collaborating with the Boys and Girls Choir of Harlem and special guests who performed in the newly opened Zankel Hall.
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Manila Symphony Junior Orchestra's big win at Bratislava Festival

The Manila Times 06 Jul 2024
This victory comes as MSJO scored an impressive 99 points, marking their first participation in the festival held from July 2 to 4 ... the Afrikaans Ho�r Meisieskool Pretoria choir from South Africa and the MSJO from the Philippines ... ....
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The Manila Symphony Junior Orchestra bags Gold Prize at the 13th Bratislava International Youth Music Festival

Manila Bulletin 05 Jul 2024
The other one was given to choir—the Afrikaans Hoer Meisisskool Pretoria from South Africa, then MSJO for the orchestra.
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Thousands attend Africa Day celebrations in Dublin

RTE 19 May 2024
Thousands of people have attended the annual Africa Day celebrations in Dublin to mark the start of a week of events taking place across the country ... Africa Day itself falling on 25 May every year.
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The week in pictures: Ireland — April 28, 2024

The Times/The Sunday Times 28 Apr 2024
FRAN VEALE ... The dancer Lapree Lala, the footballer Roberto Lopes, Michael Chanda from the Discovery Gospel Choir and the designer Virtue Shine get in the spirit at the Africa Day 2024 event programme launch at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin.
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Dr. Elsie Collins delivered dashing success with her life (L.A. PARKER COLUMN)

The Trentonian 25 Apr 2024
She faithfully read the bible, participated in choirs and on boards as well as led mission projects in Haiti, Africa, and the United States with the goal of spreading God’s word.
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Soweto Gospel Choir is venturing into dance music with Australian DJ Groove Terminator

Independent online (SA) 17 Apr 2024
Soweto Gospel Choir member Mary Mulovhedzi said they wanted to break new ground in music ... “We’re home to some of Africa’s most loved legends, and we are proud to partner with Soweto Gospel Choir and Groove Terminator on their latest project.”.
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Finding home in clap and tap music

Mail Guardian South Africa 03 Apr 2024
That choir spoke to me, uniquely to me ... “This is in essence how we relate to the church,” Karabo Mathebula, conductor of the Sedibeng Youth Choir of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in South Africa, tells me afterwards.
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The National Cathedral: A potential uncompleted project?

B & FT Online 25 Mar 2024
It will house a series of impressive chapels, a baptistery, a 5000-seat two-level auditorium, a grand central hall, a music school, choir rehearsals, an art gallery, a shop, and multi-use spaces.
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A Celebration of Will Gala Surpasses Expectations, raising $5.7 Million for Athletes with ...

Enid News & Eagle 29 Feb 2024
SAN DIEGO, CA, Feb ... Breezy Bochenek and Samuel Nehemiah were joined by the Mzansi Youth Choir from South Africa who captivated hearts with their vibrant and soul-stirring lineup of songs ... state and over 70 countries ... # # # # ... .
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Ladysmith Black Mambazo: ‘sheer joy and love’

Rutland Herald 17 Feb 2024
Shabalala said that a series of dreams he had led him to reshape the music of the group, a Zulu choir style called isicathamiya (is-cot-a-ME-Ya), which developed in the mines of South Africa.
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Slog AM: Tacoma Cops Ask State to Pay Defense Fees, Dems Take Back Santos Seat, ...

The Stranger 14 Feb 2024
by Vivian McCall ... Back in the 1300s, bubonic plague killed half the population of Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa, and significant outbreaks continued for hundreds of years. Local trans choir pledges to pay its BIPOC board members ... Mayorkas.
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