The Art Of Sunday

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±18 min episodes every 1 week, 6 days  | 
The show is aimed at bringing the family together by playing unfamiliar tunes from familiar artists, enabling the parent to school their young ones in a comfortable setting. The music is mellow, allowing the listener to relax while reading the paper or eating Sunday lunch.

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17
APR

Cape Jazz Pianist Ibrahim Khalil Shihab (Chirs Schilder)

TAOS spoke to renowned Cape Jazz Pianist Ibrahim Khalil Shihab (Formerly known as Chirs Schilder, from the famous Schilder Family of musicians), about his new album The Essence of Spring, a remake of his older album Spring.

We also spoke to him about his career in music, collaborations over the years and learnings from this journey.
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17
MAR

INTERVIEW WITH JONATHAN EATO

This week we featured music and information on the Brotherhood of Breath project, and looked at the revival of the group’s music. Producer of the Project and University of York Professor Jonathan Eato spoke to us about Chris McGregor’s legacy, new voices to the project and upcoming performances in Cape Town
27
NOV
2018

In Conversation with Mandisi Dyantyis

The Art of Sunday sat down with musical director and musician Mandisi Dyantyis to chat about his process of composing and how it translates to various stages across the world.

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