Jeff Barnhart + John Hallam + Keith Stephen + Bruce Rollo

Boston Spa Village Hall, High Street, Boston Spa, York, GB

in other words, the ‘Mr Men’. Here’s Jeff again with a line up which needs no introduction. First class musicians all – the sounds that you love - and a full house is guaranteed. Entertainment of the highest order. £10

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South African Jazz Cultures and the Archive

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York University , Heslington Road , York, North Yorkshire, UK

Photo - Ian Bruce Huntley

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

Friday 4th September 2015

18.30-19.45 | Rymer Auditorium | Public Lecture | Event Details Professor Christopher Ballantine (University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa) Song, Memory, Power and the South African Archive

20.00-21.00 | Music Research Centre | Reception | Event Details Project Launch Reception

Saturday 5th September 2015

17.00-18.15 | Rymer Auditorium | Book Reading | Event Details Catherine and Darius Brubeck Two takes from "Jazz Life", a work in progress

18.30-19.45 | Rymer Auditorium | Film Project in Progress | Event Details Eugene Skeef (Umoya Creations) Bheki Mseleku - Keeper Of The Home

Sunday 6th September 2015

15.00-16.30 | Berwick Saul Building | Round Table Discussion | Event Details Adam Glasser (chair), Nduduzo Makhathini, Tete Mbambisa, and Pinise Saul South African Jazz Standards Legacy Project

17.00-18.30 | Berwick Saul Building | Round Table Discussion | Event Details Dr Lindelwa Dalamba (chair), Maxine McGregor, Vuyiswa Ngcwangu, and Pinise Saul Women in South African jazz

Monday 7th September 2015

18.30-19.45 | Rymer Auditorium | Public Lecture | Event Details Dr Sazi Dlamini (University of KwaZulu Natal) [De]articulations of mbaqanga in South African engagements with the jazz influence

Tuesday 8th September 2015

18.30-19.45 | Rymer Auditorium | Public Lecture | Event Details Dr Lindelwa Dalamba (University of Witwatersrand) Emergent Music: South African Jazz and the Postcolony

Wednesday 9th September 2015

19.30-21.30 | National Centre for Early Music | Concert | Event Details Tete Mbambisa (piano) and his Big 'SA-UK' Sound with Julian Argüelles (tenor), Chris Batchelor (trumpet), Steve Buckley (alto), Gilbert Matthews (drums) Vuysiwa Ngcwangu (voice) and Steve Watts (bass) PLEASE NOTE: this concert is held at the National Centre for Early Music, York

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