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Tuesday, July 30, 2013


(Ildo Nandja, Jonathan Judge and Sebastian Goldswain)

The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music will present a Durban based Fusion/ Jazz-Rock ensemble, The Sir Walrus Band, tomorrow (Wednesday July 31) at 18h00.

Sir Walrus Band is a groove-based, electric four-piece instrumental outfit. They are easily one of South Africa’s most exciting young bands and are known for writing catchy fusion pieces as well as re-arranging covers. The band prides itself on having an unusual musical balance that has seen the band perform the same set in front of Rock, Blues, Jazz and even Heavy-Metal audiences and has remained tasteful to them all.

Guitarist Sebastian Goldswain, sax player Jonathan Judge, effortless drummer Bryan Stone (aka Zamani), and much respected bassist Ildo Nandja are top young musicians in the country at their respective instruments.

Catch them live at The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music (CJPM), Level 2, Shepstone Building at UKZN Howard College Campus at July 31 at 18h00. Doors open at 17h30. Entry fee R35 (R20 pensioners and R10 students). Contact Thuli on 031 260 3385 or email for more details