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Tuesday, October 25, 2011


Melanie Scholtz will perform live in Concert at the Jazzy Rainbow on October 28.

In 2002, Melanie won Best Jazz Vocalist in the Old Mutual Jazz Encounters and in 2006 released her debut album entitled Zillion Miles.

Her voice has not only won her awards and competitions, it has also won her favour and acclaim singing the South African National anthem at the President’s Cup Golf tournament in 2003 to former South African president Nelson Mandela and the world. She has been invited to perform in Spain, Portugal, Holland, Morocco, Norway, Sweden and Austria and collaborates with numerous artists both nationally and internationally.

Melanie has performed with the who's who of the South African jazz scene, as well as acclaimed international musicians such as Norwegian Band “Inkala”, Belgian jazz pianist Jack van Poll, Al Jarreau and Joe Mcbride.

“To avoid any inconvenience please provide the entrance fee in cash at the door,” request the organisers. “As usual we promote art and culture one hundred per cent and provide your entire cover to all performers.”

Melanie Scholtz will perform at 20h00 on October 28. Entrance Fee R30. The Jazzy Rainbow is situated at 93 Smiso Nkwanyana Road (Goble Road). More information on 031 303 8398.