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Performance on 3


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The Bath International Music Festival brings together music from a wide range of styles, and this concert combines the talents of South African mezzo
Sibongile Khumalo with jazz saxophonist Jason Yarde and pianist Joanna MacGregor. Khumalo performs opera, jazz and traditional South African repertoire across the world, and for this programme given last night in Bath Abbey she performs classical repertoire, including Rachmaninov's
Vocalise, songs from Mzilikazi Khumalo 's opera
Princess Magogo ka Dinuzulu, and works by Jason Yarde , including a new BBC Radio 3 commission. Sibongile Khumalo and Kuki Mncube (mezzos),
Sfiso Khanyile (tenor), Jason Yarde (saxophones), Larry Bartley (double bass), Ben Bryant (marimba and percussion), Joanna MacGregor (piano)


Unknown: Sibongile Khumalo
Unknown: Jason Yarde
Pianist: Joanna MacGregor.
Unknown: Mzilikazi Khumalo
Unknown: Jason Yarde
Unknown: Sibongile Khumalo
Unknown: Kuki Mncube
Tenor: Sfiso Khanyile
Tenor: Jason Yarde
Unknown: Larry Bartley
Bass: Ben Bryant
Piano: Joanna MacGregor

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