Essence of Rhythm

RADIO 2000  |  Podcast , ±38 min episodes every 6 weeks, 4 days  | 
Essence of Rhythm is a laid back contemporary music show which airs every
Monday to Thursday from 22:00-00:00.The show will focus on moments in
history through music and the elevation of storytelling through music and great
discussions for free spirits.
The platform will serve as a space to celebrate the music and the artists as well
as to uplift it's audience with a carefully curated and memorable playlist. It is
essentially an extension of the former weekend programme “The Rhythm”
which Tsheko Mosito hosted every Saturday & Sunday 21:00-00:00.
-The playlist will take on a spirited & classic vibe with a mix of global
contemporary and African tunes that will move the listener's emotions to places of fond memories.

-Each day will have a special “take away” for the listener through music features
created to inspire the listener to tap into their own rhythm that will heal and
inspire them.

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In conversation with Pretty Yende - 1 Feb 2021

Tsheko Mosito catching up with decorated South African born opera songstress, Pretty Yende live from Vienna, Austria about music, her experiences of performing during a pandemic, success, dominating world stages and tribute to her personal mentor, the late opera, jazz and classical singer, Sibongile Khumalo.


In conversation with Nduduzo Makhathini- 3 Feb 2021

International Jazz artist, improviser and healer Nduduzo Makhathini in conversation with Tsheko Mosito on exploring the vastness of prayer through music and the stage performances he aptly titled “Imithandazo Ya Kwantu". Makhathini also shares fascinating perspectives on stillness, the sacredness of the band stand during performance, the healing of various societal narratives and the significance of modern composition.

In conversation with DJ Kenzhero- 20 January 2021

Our first conversation for the year 2021 on "Essence of Rhythm" is with respected DJ, producer and music curator DJ Kenzhero. Tsheko Mosito speaks to him about music that got us through the lockdown and some essential listening for the soul.


World Choral musical day

Ahead of this years global celebration of choral music on the 13th of December 2020 we featured the music of 2 of the many great choirs in South Africa.
The young and talented Mzansi Youth Choir and the seasoned SABC choir led by Dr. Thulas Nkabinde.


Selaelo Selota interview

We celebrated the release of musical maestro Selaelo Selota’s new record 8 Colours of The rainbow featuring a brilliant blend of classic genres with an exclusive listening session on #EssenceofRhythm

Female instrumentalists series- Thandi Ntuli

The Third installment of "Female instrumentalists” on The Rhythm is with notable pianist, composer and performer, Thandi Ntuli.
In this conversation, Ntuli unpacks how she’s been able to continue creating music during the global pandemic. She also talks extensively about her artistic compositions for her recently released “Thandi Ntuli Live at Jazzwerkstatt” album.

Female instrumentalists series - Aus' Tebza

Our "Female instrumentalists series" on the Rhythm started with well established musical director and bass guitarist Aus Tebza talking about her journey as a bass guitarist, her hopes for her career going forward and the release of her latest single, "Ke Lekile, Ke Paletswe

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