CAPE TOWN MARIMBA FESTIVAL
Will take place on Saturday 23 April 2016, at 19h45 at the Baxter Concert Hall, Baxter Theatre Complex, Rondebosch.
The Cape Town Marimba Festival is a joint venture between the Cape Town Big Band Jazz Festival and Woodworx Marimbas.
Woodworx Marimbas is involved in the development of African music on the marimba. The organisation provides marimba teachers to schools, manufactures and supplies marimba instruments and operates as a performing band. Woodworx’ vision is to provide South African youth with the opportunity of playing African music so that they may in turn use their skills and knowledge to inspire, teach and empower others, thus their slogan, “Play it forward”. Around the Cape, Woodworx Marimbas is responsible for the tuition of approximately 400 students in marimba bands in schools and organisations. Through these opportunities students will create an African music identity for themselves, their school, their community and their country South Africa.
The following marimba groups will be performing:
Rustenburg Prep, Rustenburg High, Parklands College, St Joseph’s Marist College, Cannon’s Creek, Edgemead High, Edgemead Primary, Bishops, Reddam College, Manenberg High, Forres Preparatory, Pinelands High, St George’s Grammar. Herschel Girls High, Mount View High, Ned Doman High, St. Andrew’s Preparatory, (Grahamstown)
For more information contact Grant Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 071 712 5550, or Ann Barr email@example.com or 082 451 3696
Tickets available through Computicket. 0861 915 8000 – www.computicket.com or Baxter Theatre Complex, 021 685 7880.
Adults R100, Seniors, Students and Scholars R50