The venue’s parking area and adjacent field were the subject of a double booking at municipal level and this administrative misfortune has caused us to reconsider the event.
“It fills my heart with such heavy emotion to be taking my music back to where it started.”
Hugh Masekela’s trumpet becomes a mining drill in “Songs of Migration,” the tuneful, quietly stirring musical tribute running through this Saturday at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater.
Jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela honors his homeland in ‘Songs of Migration’ Washington Post Erin Williams The journey of migrant workers to Johannesburg in Africa at the end of the 19th century is being brought to life through music by renowned trumpeter Hugh Masekela. The 73-year-old gained fame in the 1960s with his jazz renditions of … Read more
Songs of Migration International Tour: Amsterdam, London, Washington DC and Cape Town House of Masekela Press Release Hugh Masekela, Sibongile Khumalo and the multi-talented cast of the acclaimed Songs of Migration kicked off their international tour last weekend at the Royal Theatre Carre in Amsterdam. Songs of Migration is a musical tribute to the cultural … Read more