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Maya Spector live at Centre for Jazz and Popular Music on Wednesday 13 September 2017 at 18h00


Centre for Jazz and Popular Music proudly presents The Sweet Sounds of Maya Spector on Wednesday 13 September 2017 at 18:00.


Cape Town based vocalist Maya Elizabeth Spector is a rising talent in the South African music and theatre world. Coming from a culturally diverse, musical family, she grew up in Japan, Swaziland, America and South Africa. She graduated in 2009 from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal with a Bachelor of Music degree, majoring in jazz performance and music education.


Maya has appeared on stages around South Africa in international and South African musicals and she has also been a lead vocalist and back-up singer with many different music groups and she has performed and recorded with a number of leading South African artists.


Her voice has a texture that might be best described as an old soul, weathered by life and schooled by adversity, yet still so alive in vocal tone and bubbly in its expression.


Having recently finished her long-awaited Ep, Maya is now writing new material and performing gigs in and around Cape Town and nationally. Her debut radio single 'Slow', something that is certain to set your own musical inspiration running rampant as well which was featured on the Heart fm local chart for 4 weeks in a row. It can be download it now on iTunes.


Please join Maya Spector (vocals), backed by Burton Naidoo (piano), Llewelyn Chetty (bass), Riley Giandhari  (drums), Phumlani Mtiti (saxophone) at The Centre for Jazz and Popular music (CJPM), Level 2, Shepstone Building at UKZN Howard College Campus on Wednesday 13 September 2017 at 18:00. Doors open at 17.30pm show starts at 18:00. R70 for general admission // R45 pensioners // R20 for students. Please contact Thuli on 031 2603385 or email for more details.

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Posted Thursday, September 07, 2017
By Thulile Zama
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