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Thursday, April 7, 2016


(Chloe Clark)

The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music will present Chloe Clark for the April edition of “Twosday” on April 12.

“Joining forces are Durban’s favourite and finest Jazz Cats; the gorgeous vocal talents of songbird Chloe Clark, alongside the legendary Burton Naidoo on piano, dynamic drummer Sidney Rash and the incredible Ildo Nandja on the double bass. There is also a delicious horn section as well as a few other exciting musical surprises,” says Thuli Zama of the Centre for Jazz.

Giving these songs their own special swing treatment, watch out for Megan Trainors world-wide hit All about the Bass and made famous by Chloe Clark on this season’s The Voice South Africa, Beyoncé’s Single ladies.

Clark will also perform Hey Darling a self-penned song from her newly released solo album. She was asked to perform this song on Espresso on SABC3 in January 2016.

Chloe Clark’s performance takes place at The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music on April 12 at 18h00. Doors open at 17h30. General Admission R60 (R40 pensioners, R20 students) at the door. For more information contact Thuli on 031 260 3385 or email for more details. The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music (CJPM) is situated at Level 2, Shepstone Building at UKZN Howard College Campus.