The Art Of Sunday

KAYA 959  |  Podcast , ±20 min episodes every 1 week, 1 day  | 
The Art of Sunday brings the family together by playing new hidden gems from creative artists around the world, and old jazz records; enabling the parent to school their young ones on art and music in a comfortable setting. The music is mellow, allowing the listener to relax while reading the paper or preparing Sunday lunch.

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FEB

Hilton Schilder

Breaking bread with Hilton Schilder as we talk about Ghoema music, playing the bow, flying as a preoccupation and much more on TAOS
Kaya FM
21
FEB

Nicola Conte

Nicola Conte speaks about the album 'People Need People'. The album is conceived as a collective of creative experience drawing on Conte and collaborator, Gianluca Petrella's early influences from soul, spiritual Afro-jazz, and research on modern electronic sounds, disco and hip-hop. ‘People need People’ features a cosmopolitan ensemble of musicians including MC/poet Raashan Ahmad (USA), pianist & composer Nduduzo Makhathini (South Africa), multi-instrumentalist & composer Magnus Lindgren(Sweden) among others.
Kaya FM
21
FEB

Alec Khaoli

One of the founding members of The Beaters (and later Harari), Bra Alec Khaoli, speaks about the genesis of the band, its widespread influence as well its Afrocentric cultural significance.
Kaya FM
21
FEB

Calum McNaughton

As-shams Records' Calum McNaughton speaks about the phenomenon of vinyl album reissues and archival music labels. In the run up to As-Shams 50th anniversary, McNaughton also speaks about marking the moment through a reissue of one of the first important Jazz recordings in its catalogue, namely Gideon Nxumalo's Early Mart (1970)
Kaya FM
07
FEB

Nomusa Xaba

Storyteller and wife of South African great jazz musician Ndikho Xaba, alks about How Black History Month Started and other stories
Kaya FM
31
JAN

Poetry Africa

One of the participating poets is Eugene Skeef - a South African percussionist, composer, poet, who is also very involved in the music and jazz scene.
Kaya FM
24
JAN

Sphephelo Ndlovu

The Art of Sunday features jazz musicians who challenged how we listen to jazz music in contemporary times. Sphephelo Ndlovu a pianist and composer talks about studying an array of pianists and shares the tracks that inspired him. He will perform a live show from his exciting project Afrikanization.
Kaya FM

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