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Small World jazz tour in South Africa in August

Small World jazz tour in South Africa in August

Small World, the coöperative project between Flanders (with Ewout Pierreux, piano / Steven Delannoye, tenor sax / Teun Verbruggen, drums) and South Africa (with Marcus Wyatt, trumpet / Romy Brauteseth) will be touring South Africa this coming August. After two successful tours in Europe in recent years (2016 and 2018) and a live album, recorded at Bird’s Eye Jazz Club in Basel, Switzerland, it is time to bring the music to the motherland.

Here’s the itinerary:

August 8 – The Reeler Theatre (Rondebosch Boys High School), Cape Town

August 9 – Evita Se Perron, Darling

August 10 – Olympia Bakery, Kalk Bay, Cape Town OR Rollingwood, Muizenberg, Cape Town

August 11 – Matt’s Playhouse, Plettenberg Bay

August 14 – Stirling High School Music Centre, East London

August 15 – Jazzy Rainbow, Durban

August 16 – Bantu Roving Kitchen, Johannesburg

August 17 – Just Badela, Soweto

Keep an eye out for the Small World Facebookpage for more info: https://www.facebook.com/smallworldtheband

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