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MASELLO MOTANA’S VOCAL MUSEUM

We are proud to present a once-off performance of Masello Motana’s Vocal Museum at the Chimurenga Factory on 8 July 2022.

The Vocal Museum is a sonic documentary, a journey into collective memory, an activation of the Azanian songbook by singer-satirist, actress and performance artist Masello Motana, backed by a live band. This foray into the South African Black Ark follows Masello’s earlier musical experiments through projects such as the kwaito revivalist outfit Thath’i Cover Okestra, or the out-soundings of Louis Moholo’s Born To Be Black Experience.

This performance of Masello Motana’s Vocal Museum is presented in collaboration with Zeitz Mocaa Museum, in celebration of the publication of Tracey Rose’s monograph “Shooting Down Babylon”.

Masello is accompanied by Sibusiso Mkhize (vocals), Sibusiso Dlamini (keys), Bongani Nikelo (bass), Kegorogile Makgatle (drums); and DJs. Food provided by Kitchen Diaspora.

Doors open 7pm.
R120 pre-booked at https://qkt.io/lCs99C.
R150 at the door.

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