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Durban Swing band Platform Jazz live at Centre for Jazz and Popular Music on Tuesday 12 September 2017 at 18h00


The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music proudly presents Durban Swing band Platform Jazz on Tuesday 12 September 2017 at 18:00.


Platform Jazz was formed back in 1998 as a new generation of early jazz band. They offer a fresh alternative to other forms of jazz entertainment. All of the band members are full time professionals and some of the leading musicians in their field.


The band performs at hundreds of events each and every year, including weddings, private parties, funerals charity and corporate. The Centre for Jazz welcomes the band back.


Please join Platform Jazz:  Shelley McLean (Vocals), Cathy Peacock (Trumpet), Kirsten Sayers (Clarinet), Duncan Wooldridge (Trombone), Jeff Robinson (Sax), Melvin Peters (piano), Andreas Kappen  (bass), Bruce Baker (drums) at The Centre for Jazz and Popular music (CJPM), Level 2, Shepstone Building at UKZN Howard College Campus on Tuesday 12 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 Friday, September 08, 2017
By Thulile Zama
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