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Soweto International Music Festival - Peace Music Tour

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We are privileged to bring a world class Afrocentric music concert that talks to the very core of your being featuring the soulful 

Daisy Jopling

The London born exciting classical/rock violinist based in New York is ready to rock you and send you to a musical ecstasy. Daisy started playing the violin at the tender age of 3 and by the time she turned 14 she performed a Violin and Oboe at the Royal Albert Hall.Over the years she's been perfecting her craft and has proven to be an accomplished touring musician. 

Jimmy Dludlu

Born in Mozambique in 1957, and made a name for himself in South Africa as an exciting powerhouse in the Afro fusion jazz genre category, shaped by different metropolitan sounds of different parts of the motherland continent of Africa. His performances and delivery style and technical ability is in the mold of maestros such as Earl Klugh or George Benson especially when he takes solos. He has a powerful presence and an imitable stage craft, and he engages and connects well with his audiences, with a rich repertoires that would give any contemporary jazz lover performances to cherish for a long time.

Zama Jobe

She burst into the scene in 2003 in the music talent search television reality show, Idols, and dropped her highly acclaimed debut album (indawo Yami) the following year, and never she looked back. Indawo Yami established her as a sophisticated songstress  of note with a luxurious soulful voice in the Adult World Afro Pop genre, with hits like Magic, Indawo Yami, African Girl, hey hey, etc. which became anthems, and winning many awards in South Africa including representing South Africa at Lisbon in Portugal in an ambassadorial role at the MTV Europe Awards. Her father bought the young Zama Jobe a guitar which was very foundational in skilling her in composing and writing much of her music.


Her debut album (‘Ubuntu Bam”) was released in 2007, and South Africa has since been mesmerized by her traditionally inspired urban rhythmic sounds accompanied by her strength in the vocals. Her music is unique to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Siphokazi has scooped many awards in the Afro Contemporary  Music  in the country and she went on to become a sought after performing artist at government events and numerous prestigious concerts as she was billed with international talents including performing in the openings of the FIFA Confederations Cup in 2009, and FIFA World Cup in 2010. She is also an ambassador of One Love Campaign that teaches young people responsible sex lifestyles.

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23 Wall Street, Lower Mannhattan Event Space
23 Wall Street
New York, New York 10005