Gloria Bosman and Paul Hanmer to perform at Mzantsi Fela Festival 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Come and enjoy a chilled Sunday in the Kilnerton Theatre where two of South Africa's top jazz musicians will be performing with local bands at Mzantsi Fela Festival 2013, The SA State Theatre, Pretoria.


GLORIA BOSMAN - Having released 5 solo albums with Sheer Sound, Gloria Bosman has performed live at numerous clubs, theatres and festival throughout the country (far too many to list here – you name it, she has played it)! She is a consummate performer and is able to impress and get any crowd on their feet and begging for more, interacting with them and putting her personal touch all the way. Gloria has shared the stage (both locally and internationally) with too many music greats to list here, but including the likes of: Sibongile Khumalo, Moses Molelekwa, Tananas, Sipho Mabuse, Vusi Mahlasela, Sipho Gumede, Oliver Mtukudzi, Victor Masondo and Hugh Masekela.

She has performed in countries and cities like; London, France, Finland, Amsterdam, Australia, Angola, Nigeria, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana and a tour in South America (Chile, Argentina, Peru and Venezuela. She has performed successful in Algeria as part of the PAN African festival.

PAUL HANMER - has recorded with Tananas, Miriam Makeba, Ray Phiri, McCoy Mrubata and Pops Mohamed and formed part of Tony Cox’s ‘Cool Friction Band’ in 1996. In 1999 he performed and recorded with Sheer All Stars and produced Gloria Bosman’s debut album “Tranquillity”

Sheer Sound released Hanmer’s first album as a leader, Trains to Taung, in 1997. The album features Denis Lalouette, Jethro Shasha, Louis Mhlanga, Basi Mahlasela, Neil Ettridge and Andre Abrahamse. Since then he has recorded five more albums, Window to Elsewhere (1998), Playola (2000), Naivasha (2002), Water and Lights (2005) and Accused No 1: Nelson Mandela (2006). A duo album featuring Hanmer with McCoy Mrubata entitled “The Boswil Concert” was released in June 2011.

R80 at the door / R100 at Computicket

Date: Sunday 01 December 2013

Time: 13H00