Ivan Mazuze

''Born and educated partly in Maputo, Mozambique, saxophonist Ivan Mazuze came to Cape Town in 2000, where he is currently based''. Ivan'' has performed with top South African internationally acclaimed artists, including Jonathan Butler, Alvin Dyers, Jimmy Dludlu, Judith Sephuma, Vusi Khumalo; Hotep Galeta as well as top bands such as Dondo, Tucan Tucan and Loading Zone''. ''He has been featured at numerous international music festivals. Ivan received his secondary education in Maputo, Mozambique, where he hails from. He studied piano, clarinet and saxophone, with clarinet as first instrument, at the Maputo National Music School. In 1998 he obtained a diploma in classical music from the school''. ''In 2002 Ivan obtained the Performers Diploma in music (jazz studies), and was awarded a distinction in jazz ensemble and jazz improvisation at theUniversity of Cape Town (UCT). In 2005 he obtains a bachelor of music (Honours) in performance and  that the degree was awarded in the first class (distinction) at UCT. In 2006 he graduated with a Master’s degree in musicology at UCT''.''In 2007 Ivan Mazuze writes an article about music and trance in ritual practices, for the educational magazine “The talking drum” released in December 2007 number 28. Ivan continues writing more articles for different ethno-musicological journals''.

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Andile Yenana

Andile Yenana
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Andile Yenana (born 1968, King William's TownSouth Africa) is a South African pianist.[1]

Andile obtained a teaching diploma from the University of Fort Hare in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province[citation needed] before taking up music studies under Darius Brubeck at the University of Natal's School of Jazz and Popular Music. It was here that he became friends with saxophonist Zim Ngqawana and trumpeter Feya Faku.[1]

He joined Zim Ngqawana's quartet and worked with Zim Ngqawana on all 5 of his album's including "San Song" recorded with Bjorn Ole Solburg and his Norwegian San Ensemble.[1] He has also worked on the pan-African music project Mahube with saxophonist Steve Dyer and others. He has also worked as arranger for Sibongile KhumaloGloria Bosman and Suthukazi Arosi. In 2005 he was selected as the 2005 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz


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