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Playlist of Bongani Ndodana-Breen

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  • Ndodana-Breen - African Kaddish - Orlando Cela, conductor

    9:03

    Live performance of African Kaddish, by Bongani Ndodana-Breen, at Hanes Auditorium, Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC.

    NC Governor's School Orchestra 2018

  • Osmo Vänskä and Bongani Ndodana-Breen on Harmonia Ubuntu

    3:50

    Bongani Ndodana-Breen's Harmonia Ubuntu, commissioned by Classical Movements, will be featured on every performance on the South Africa tour. Learn more about the piece from the composer and Music Director Osmo Vänskä.

    Follow the tour: minnesotaorchestra.org./southafrica

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  • Rowland Sutherland performs Visions composed by Bongani Ndodana-Breen

    6:08

    Visions, composed by Bongani Ndodana-Breen, was of one of two solo flute compositions performed by Rowland Sutherland as part of the ‘Harmonies from Classical Melodies’ concerts hosted by Transculturalvisions. The concerts concluded Phase 2 of the Singing Cultures project celebrating the sound and spirit of African Classical Music (more information at

    In Visions Ndodana-Breen uses the pentatonic scale and rhythmic motifs as a means of sectionalising each piece; drastic changes in rhythmic texture and louder dynamics to indicate moments of climax; and the minimalist technique for slow changes in harmonic rhythm. In the composer’s words the title of Visions describes “fragments of memories – a vision of Africa, the people and the places I once knew and grew up with now clouded by distance and time, an attempt to hold on to fragmented memory and self”. (edited extract from Three Pieces for Solo Flute published by African Music Publishers)

    For many in the audience Rowland’s performance was breathtaking and inspirational beautifully captured in this quote:

    “I thoroughly, thoroughly enjoyed it. My nieces and nephews and sons and daughters thoroughly enjoyed it. They just said, “Mum, Wow! Wow! And for me it’s a challenge to our senses. That we are not just here. We don’t just have a voice. We have a voice that can do all sorts of other things. And we have breath that does all sorts of things. And I remember saying to him (Rowland), the piece that I liked most was the dawn chorus one for me. That’s what I coined it as, ‘the dawn chorus’, because I could hear every bird, every sound in the Serengeti, that’s where I was. And it was just wonderful. And the work that we are doing which is about Africa, not only just hearing about those people (composers) in terms of their everyday lives but for me it’s about where that place (Africa) and this music is placed.” Blossom Cole, Singing Cultures Chorister

  • Bongani Ndodana-Breen Visions II

    4:28

    Lindsey Fillingham (flute) performs Visions Part II by Bongani Ndodana-Breen at the International Youth Arts Festival, Kingston-upon-Thames 2014.

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  • Ndodana-Breen - African Kaddish - NCGS 2018 Orchestra

    7:40

    Live performance of Bongani Ndodana-Breen's African Kaddish, by the 2018 NC Governor's School Orchestra. Conducted by Orlando Cela; filmed by Nicole Parks.

  • Minnesota Orchestra, Goitsemang Lehobye Premiere Bongani Ndodana-Breens Harmonia Ubuntu

    1:12

    Immediately following their third trip to the BBC Proms with Classical Movements, from August 8-19, 2018, the pioneering Minnesota Orchestra and Music Director Osmo Vänskä will embark on a five-concert tour to Cape Town, Durban, Pretoria, Soweto and Johannesburg—the first-ever visit by a professional U.S. orchestra to South Africa—in partnership with Classical Movements’ world-wide celebrations of the late Nelson Mandela on the centenary of his birth.

    In addition to repertoire honoring Leonard Bernstein's own centennial, Minnesota's Grammy-winning renditions of the Beethoven and Sibelius symphonies, as well as a variety of African songs arranged for orchestra and choir in local languages such as Xhosa, Zulu and Sotho, maestro Vänskä will conduct the South African premiere of a work specially commissioned by Classical Movements' Eric Daniel Helms New Music Program: internationally lauded South African composer Dr. Bongani Ndodana-Breen's setting of Madiba's own words, titled Harmonia Ubuntu, starring Cape Town soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye.

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  • REMEMBER DIDO: 03_Miniatures on Motherhood - Allegro ma non troppo, Bongani Ndodana Breen

    1:02

    REMEMBER DIDO: 03_Miniatures on Motherhood - Allegro ma non troppo, Bongani Ndodana Breen
    Ensemble così facciamo
    Stephanie Krug: Sopran, Daniel Sepec: Violine, Thomas Fheodoroff: Violine, Ursula Kortschak: Viola, Hans Huyssen, Cello

    REMEMBER DIDO vereint historische und zeitgenössische Musik aus Afrika und Europa in einer lebendigen Verbindung und Gegenüberstellung, gespielt durch ein europäisches Streichquartett auf historischen Barockinstrumenten.

  • No. 2. Intsomi

    2:37

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    No. 2. Intsomi · Haydn Trio Eisenstadt

    Piano Trios - Krammer, G. / Woolrich, J. / Ye, X.G. / Doderer, J. / Ndodana-Breen, B. / Sanchez-Verdu, J. (Dedicated To Haydn)

    ℗ 2009 CapriccioNR

    Released on: 2009-08-01

    Composer: Bongani Ndodana-Breen
    Ensemble: Haydn Trio Eisenstadt

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  • Flowers in the Sand

    3:07

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    Flowers in the Sand · Vassline

    Blood of Immortality

    ℗ 2008 Black Numbers/GMC Records

    Released on: 2008-07-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Flowers In The Sand

    4:25

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    Flowers In The Sand · The Apop

    She Is Gone But Her Ghost Still Haunts Me

    ℗ 2008 Black Numbers/GMC Records

    Released on: 2008-07-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Flowers in the Sand

    3:21

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Flowers in the Sand · Ian Byington

    Things Seen & Unseen

    ℗ 2007 Ian Byington

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Winnie, The Opera excerpt

    2:48

    An excerpt from a stage rehearsal of Winnie The Opera
    Music Bongani Ndodana-Breen, Librettor by Mfundi Vundla, Warren Willensky directed by ShirleyJo Finney

  • No. 1. Inyanga

    4:11

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    No. 1. Inyanga · Haydn Trio Eisenstadt

    Piano Trios - Krammer, G. / Woolrich, J. / Ye, X.G. / Doderer, J. / Ndodana-Breen, B. / Sanchez-Verdu, J. (Dedicated To Haydn)

    ℗ 2009 CapriccioNR

    Released on: 2009-08-01

    Composer: Bongani Ndodana-Breen
    Ensemble: Haydn Trio Eisenstadt

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  • John Simon - Portrait of Emily : 1. Ill tell you how the Sun rose 1/5

    4:59

    Playlist:

    Settings of five Poems of Emily Dickinson for soprano and orchestra/or ensemble. Soloist: Andrea Catzel (soprano).

    I'll tell you how the Sun rose-
    A Ribbon at a time-
    The Steeples swam in Amethyst-
    The news, like Squirrels, ran-
    The Hills untied their Bonnets-
    The Bobolinks- begun-
    Then I said softly to myself-
    That must have been the Sun!
    But how he set --I know not-
    There seemed a purple stile
    That little Yellow boys and girls
    Were climbing all the while-
    Till when they reached the other side,
    A Dominie in Gray-
    Put gently up the evening Bars-
    And led the flock away-

  • Galilei: Little Suite

    6:25

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    Galilei: Little Suite · Laurindo Almeida

    The Art of Laurindo Almeida

    ℗ 2012 Vintage Masters Inc.

    Released on: 2012-03-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Vision, for Solo Flute - Niloufar Iravani

    5:21

    Niloufar Iravani, composer

    Sara Beth Hanson, flute

    February 17, 2017 - School of Music, Louisiana State University

    Vision, for Solo Alto Saxophone, creates a multilayered yet unified manifestation of the tone and techniques of saxophone. Essentially lyrical in character, the work features continuous rise and fall of the melodic lines, meaningful sequences of the thematic ideas, constant variations in dynamic and tempo, and balanced use of the consonant and dissonant intervals. The beginning section, Expressive, presents dramatic phrases ending in either descending or ascending motions. Section Lyrical, followed by a shortened version of Expressive section, presents constant alterations in the registral areas. Finally, the coda section Peaceful, with material originated from the beginning section, ends the work a half step lower than where it begins.

  • Republic suite de J.H. Kwabena Nketia Roberto Casado Flauta Francesca Croccolino Piano Flute

    16:43

    Republic suite de J.H. Kwabena Nketia Roberto Casado Flauta Francesca Croccolino Piano Flute Guadarrama Sierra Musical

  • Excerpts from HANI

    2:20

    Excerpts from the chamber opera Hani
    Music: Bongani Ndodana-Breen
    Libretto: Mfundi Vundla
    Cape Town Opera & UCT Opera School,
    Cape Town Philharmonic conductor K. Kahn
    Director Marcus Desando
    Sep 2010, Baxter Theatre Cape Town

  • Drizzle Two by Rowland Sutherland lyrics by Filomena Campus

    8:24

    Played by In Kimbe

    Rowland Sutherland - flute
    Filomena Campus - voice
    John Crawford - piano
    Dudley Phillips - bass
    Simon Pearson - drums

    Composition by Rowland Sutherland.

    Lyrics by Filomena Campus.

  • The Stream - Still Believe

    5:17

    The Stream - Still Believe (From the album Nothing Is Sacred)
    Awesome musicians such as David Glenn Eisley, Eric Singer and Bob Daisley really make this album an exciting listen. The songs are heavy and catchy. This is sort of like KISS's Carnival of Souls' album.

    Line-up:
    David Glen Eisley - Vocals
    Peter Scheithauer - Guitar
    Bob Daisley - Bass
    Eric Singer - Drums

    Additional Musicians
    Pat Regan - Keyboards
    Chuck Wright - Bass
    Pat Torpey - Drums
    Tracks
    1. Chasin' The Dragon
    2. Snake Eyed Moon
    3. Rock Bottom
    4. Camouflage
    5. Fade To Black
    6. Bed Of Fire
    7. Blood For Gold
    8. Far From The Maddening Crowd
    9. The Other Side Instrumental
    10. Still Believe (Tomb Of A Stranger) With Chuck Wright and Pat Torpey

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  • 10% Freedom Day Discount for Minnesota Orchestras Historic South African Tour

    1:01

    Immediately following their third trip to the BBC Proms with Classical Movements, from August 8-19, 2018, the pioneering Minnesota Orchestra and Music Director Osmo Vänskä will embark on a five-concert tour to Cape Town, Durban, Pretoria, Soweto and Johannesburg—the first-ever visit by a professional U.S. orchestra to South Africa—in partnership with Classical Movements’ world-wide celebrations of the late Nelson Mandela on the centenary of his birth.

    In addition to repertoire honoring Leonard Bernstein's own centennial, Minnesota's Grammy-winning renditions of the Beethoven and Sibelius symphonies, as well as a variety of African songs arranged for orchestra and choir in local languages such as Xhosa, Zulu and Sotho, maestro Vänskä will conduct the South African premiere of a work specially commissioned by Classical Movements' Eric Daniel Helms New Music Program: internationally lauded South African composer Dr. Bongani Ndodana-Breen's setting of Madiba's own words, titled Harmonia Ubuntu, starring Cape Town soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye.

    In both Soweto and Johannesburg, the Minnesota Chorale and the South Africa-based Gauteng Choristers will join the orchestra to perform the final movement (“Ode to Joy”) of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, featuring a quartet of all-South African soloists: soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye, mezzo Minette du Toit-Pearce, tenor Siyabonga Maqungo and bass-baritone Njabulo Madlala.

  • flowers in the sand - esau davis 3

    3:43

  • Musical Ubuntu: Minnesota Orchestra & Chorale in South Africa

    1:21

    Over the course of 12 days, more than 800 South African musicians and 20 leading musical organizations will collaborate with 160 musicians from the Minnesota Orchestra and Minnesota Chorale. Very limited tickets remain to experience their joyful joint performances of Beethoven, Bernstein, Sibelius, Bongani Ndodana-Breen and popular African songs: bit.ly/minnesotasa

  • Minnesota Orchestra Play Bernstein on Historic Tour to South Africa!

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    Immediately following their third trip to the BBC Proms with Classical Movements, from August 8-19, 2018, the pioneering Minnesota Orchestra and Music Director Osmo Vänskä will embark on a five-concert tour to Cape Town, Durban, Pretoria, Soweto and Johannesburg—the first-ever visit by a professional U.S. orchestra to South Africa—in partnership with Classical Movements’ world-wide celebrations of the late Nelson Mandela on the centenary of his birth.

    In addition to repertoire honoring Leonard Bernstein's own centennial, Minnesota's Grammy-winning renditions of the Beethoven and Sibelius symphonies, as well as a variety of African songs arranged for orchestra and choir in local languages such as Xhosa, Zulu and Sotho, maestro Vänskä will conduct the South African premiere of a work specially commissioned by Classical Movements' Eric Daniel Helms New Music Program: internationally lauded South African composer Dr. Bongani Ndodana-Breen's setting of Madiba's own words, titled Harmonia Ubuntu, starring Cape Town soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye.

    In both Soweto and Johannesburg, the Minnesota Chorale and the South Africa-based Gauteng Choristers will join the orchestra to perform the final movement (“Ode to Joy”) of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, featuring a quartet of all-South African soloists: soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye, mezzo Minette du Toit-Pearce, tenor Siyabonga Maqungo and bass-baritone Njabulo Madlala.

    Inside Soweto’s Regina Mundi Roman Catholic Church—the same venue that sheltered anti-apartheid activists and hosted South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation hearings—Minnesota Public Radio will engineer a live concert broadcast, as it did for the Minnesota Orchestra’s 2015 performances in Cuba, also arranged by Classical Movements.

    Minneapolis audiences will be the first to experience the “Music for Mandela” project as part of the orchestra’s annual Sommerfest (July 13-August 1), which explores musical expressions of peace, freedom and reconciliation in 10 concerts at Orchestra Hall, including the true world premiere of Ndodana-Breen's Harmonia Ubuntu on Friday, July 20 at 8:00 p.m. Classical Movements is delighted that Dr. Makaziwe Maki Mandela, eldest daughter of Nelson Mandela, and Anant Singh, producer of the film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, will serve as Sommerfest’s guest speakers.

  • Harmonia Ubuntu World Premiere

    1:40

    Enjoy this clip from the world premiere of Harmonia Ubuntu — featuring soprano Goitsemang Lehobye!

    Composer Dr. Bongani Ndodana-Breen speaks about how Nelson Mandela inspired this work’s creation, writing that he “was the exemplar of the African values of ubuntu—the knowledge that one's humanity is tied to the humanity of others or humanity towards others.”

  • Moving On

    5:49

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    Moving On · Rowland Sutherland's Mistura

    Coast to Coast

    ℗ 2003 Rowland Sutherland

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Soulistic by Rowland Sutherland

    6:29

    Soulistic by Rowland Sutherland
    Performed by the Royal Bahamas Police Force Band
    Rowland Sutherland, conductor

    Performed as part of the Nassau Music Society concert
    The Current: Baha Mar Gallery and Art Center
    Saturday February 9, 2019

  • 15% Freedom Day Discount for Minnesota Orchestras Historic South African Tour

    1:01

    Immediately following the BBC Proms, the pioneering Minnesota Orchestra, in partnership with Classical Movements, will embark on a five-city tour to South Africa—the first visit by a professional U.S. orchestra to the Rainbow Nation—in connection with the world-wide centennial celebration of the late Nobel Peace Prize-winning South African leader and human rights advocate Nelson Mandela.

    In addition to works honoring Bernstein's own centenary, Minnesota's revered renditions of the Beethoven and Sibelius symphonies, as well as a variety of African songs arranged for orchestra and choir in local languages such as Xhosa, Zulu and Sotho, Osmo Vänskä will conduct the South African premiere of work specially commissioned by Classical Movements' Eric Daniel Helms New Music Program: internationally lauded South African composer Dr. Bongani Ndodana-Breen's setting of Madiba's own words, titled Harmonia Ubuntu, starring Cape Town soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye.

    For more information, please visit:

  • Alen Ilijic - Red Faces

    22:29

    Alen Ilijic - Red Faces
    Composition, performance: Alen Ilijic

    The Unbearable Lightness of Coherency.
    Live@ HaTeiva, 30.1.16.
    Curator: Dganit Elyakim

    Video: Shali Boharon
    Recording: Ronald Boersen

  • Missing You by Rowland Sutherland

    7:30

    Missing You - ©Rowland Sutherland



    Rowland Sutherland Sextet Live in London

    Rowland Sutherland - Flute
    Fayyaz Virji - Trombone
    Phil Dawson - Guitar
    Nick Ramm - Piano/Keyboards
    Dave O'Brien - Double Bass
    Rod Youngs - Drums

  • African Pride P2

    5:59

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    African Pride P2 (Ghetto Dub) · Sir Sledge · Scarllet Grey

    African Pride P2

    ℗ Sir Sledge Music

    Released on: 2017-04-30

    Composer: Bongani Masina, Bongani Khumalo

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Open Rehearsal for Minnesota Orchestra in Cape Town, South Africa: Fri, 10 Aug, 2-4 PM

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    Due to overwhelming demand for the Minnesota Orchestra's sold-out concert in Cape Town, maestro Osmo Vänskä has added Open Rehearsal: Minnesota Orchestra in Cape Town - Fri, 10 Aug—2 to 4 PM at the newly remodeled Cape Town City Hall! Open seating tickets available only through Quicket: qkt.io/minnesotactrehearse

    For just R125, watch the first-ever American orchestra in South Africa rehearse Beethoven, Bernstein, Sibelius and Bongani Ndodana-Breen's tribute to Madiba, Harmonia Ubuntu, starring beloved soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye.

  • Iroro

    4:12

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    Iroro · Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    African Art Music For Flute

    ℗ 2008 Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Minnesota Orchestra Debuts at Durban City Hall: Sun, 12 Aug, 5 PM

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    Featuring an opening performance from Durban’s own Clermont Choir Foundation, the Minnesota Orchestra in Durban, South Africa: Sun, 12 Aug will find maestro Osmo Vänskä conducting Bernstein, Sibelius and Beethoven's epic Fifth Symphony, as well as the South African premiere of Bongani Ndodana-Breen's tribute to Madiba, Harmonia Ubuntu, starring the sensational soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye. Presented in association with the Kwazulu-Natal Philharmonic, book now through Computicket: bit.ly/minnesotadurban

  • Osmo Vänskä, Minnesota Orchestra Perform Beethovens Fifth, Ninth Symphonies in South Africa

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    Immediately following their third trip to the BBC Proms with Classical Movements, from August 8-19, 2018, the pioneering Minnesota Orchestra and Music Director Osmo Vänskä will embark on a five-concert tour to Cape Town, Durban, Pretoria, Soweto and Johannesburg—the first-ever visit by a professional U.S. orchestra to South Africa—in partnership with Classical Movements’ world-wide celebrations of the late Nelson Mandela on the centenary of his birth.

    In addition to repertoire honoring Leonard Bernstein's own centennial, Minnesota's Grammy-winning renditions of the Beethoven and Sibelius symphonies, as well as a variety of African songs arranged for orchestra and choir in local languages such as Xhosa, Zulu and Sotho, maestro Vänskä will conduct the South African premiere of a work specially commissioned by Classical Movements' Eric Daniel Helms New Music Program: internationally lauded South African composer Dr. Bongani Ndodana-Breen's setting of Madiba's own words, titled Harmonia Ubuntu, starring Cape Town soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye.

    In both Soweto and Johannesburg, the Minnesota Chorale and the South Africa-based Gauteng Choristers will join the orchestra to perform the final movement (“Ode to Joy”) of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, featuring a quartet of all-South African soloists: soprano Goitsemang Oniccah Lehobye, mezzo Minette du Toit-Pearce, tenor Siyabonga Maqungo and bass-baritone Njabulo Madlala.

  • Special Star

    3:48

    Penny Whistle Solo from Mango Groove's 'Special Star'
    Soundscapes of South Africa, Didsbury Arts Festival 2013
    Lindsey James, flute
    David Gibson, piano
    Stephen Hermitt, djembe

  • Dessa: Going to South Africa for Classical MPR

    5:29

    Minnesota-based musician and writer Dessa talks about covering the Minnesota Orchestra's tour of South Africa for Classical Minnesota Public Radio. Read more at ClassicalMPR.org/southafrica

    Director/Editor: Seiji Cataldo
    Interviewer/Producer: Brad Althoff
    Production Assistant: Evan Block
    Senior Digital Producer for Classical Music: Randy Salas

  • Just Before Dawn

    3:53

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    Just Before Dawn · Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    African Art Music For Flute

    ℗ 2008 Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • UPSO - Hooked on Soweto - Various

    5:59

    Taken from the Symphony Goes African concert. Very South African and very fun. We give you, some sounds from Soweto.

  • MN Orch Musicians at Missourilaan Secondary School

    52

    When the musicians arrive at the school, hundreds of students, ages 13 and up, are assembled in a windswept courtyard wearing proper blue school uniforms. Missourilaan Secondary School has known difficult days its leaders say but, led by Principal Julius Van Rensburg, they are intent on propelling the school to new heights and preparing its 1,260 students to face the world.

    The Saint Paul-based nonprofit Books For Africa is donating 40,000 books to this community, some 12,000 of which will find their way here. “We want to partner with Missourilaan and make it a place of excellence,” says Judge LaJune Lange, Minnesota’s Honorary South African Consul who has also arrived at the event.

    Follow along throughout the tour: minnesotaorchestra.org/southafrica

  • Rowland Sutherland performs Okwanjula KwEndere - composed by Justinian Tamusuza

    11:29

    Okwanjula Kw’Endere, composed by Justinian Tamusuza, was of one of two solo flute compositions performed by Rowland Sutherland as part of the ‘Harmonies from Classical Melodies’ concerts hosted by Transculturalvisions. The concerts concluded Phase 2 of the Singing Cultures project celebrating the sound and spirit of African Classical Music (more information at

    Okwanjula Kw’Endere, meaning ‘Introduction of the Flute’, is Ugandan born Justinian Tamusuza’s first movement of a larger chamber work Ekivvulu Ky’Endere (African Festivity for Flute). The Ugandan bamboo flute called the endere is used by shepherds, as well as in traditional festivals, and in royal court music for the King of Buganda. Tamusuza uses microtonal fingerings, flutter tonguing, harmonics pitch bends and key clicks to simulate the spirit of Kigandan endere music. (edited extract from Africlassical Blogspot)

    For many in the audience Rowland’s performance was breathtaking and inspirational beautifully captured in this quote:

    “I thoroughly, thoroughly enjoyed it. My nieces and nephews and sons and daughters thoroughly enjoyed it. They just said, “Mum, Wow! Wow! And for me it’s a challenge to our senses. That we are not just here. We don’t just have a voice. We have a voice that can do all sorts of other things. And we have breath that does all sorts of things. And I remember saying to him (Rowland), the piece that I liked most was the dawn chorus one for me. That’s what I coined it as, ‘the dawn chorus’, because I could hear every bird, every sound in the Serengeti, that’s where I was. And it was just wonderful. And the work that we are doing which is about Africa, not only just hearing about those people (composers) in terms of their everyday lives but for me it’s about where that place (Africa) and this music is placed.” Blossom Cole, Singing Cultures Chorister

  • Rowland Sutherland - Flute and Jackie Walduck - Vibes. Duo Improvisation 4 - 20/4/17

    6:05

    Duo Improvisation 4 - 20/4/17. Rowland Sutherland - Flute and Jackie Walduck - Vibes.

    Ethereal World at Jazzlive at the Crypt, London, April 2017.

    Rowland Sutherland - Flute, Artistic Director and Jackie Walduck - Vibes, Artistic Director in duo.

  • Dalindyebo, a south african piano composition

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    south african composer bongani ndodana wrote the music for pianist guy livingston. the film is by newt hinton, after an idea of maria sperling's. camera work by odin pepper, editing by saskia kievits. this is one track of a 60-track dvd called one minute more which is scheduled for december 2008 release.

  • Nexus 2013 - Pt 2 - Free Improv. - Rowland Sutherland, Robert Mitchell & Adrianno Adewale 2-05-13

    14:14

    Rowland Sutherland (Flute), Robert Mitchell Piano) & Adriano Adewale (Percussion) perform a Free Improvisation at St George's Church, Bloomsbury, London
    Part 2 of the Nexus/Jazz International 'One World Music' series of concerts
    2-05-13

  • Six Sketches for Oboes and Piano - No. 5

    1:47

    Titus Underwood performing Fred Onovwerosuoke's Six Sketches for Oboes and Piano.

  • Republic Suite: I.

    1:37

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    Republic Suite: I. · Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    African Art Music For Flute

    ℗ 2008 Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Minnesota Orchestra with the South African National Youth Orchestra

    2:58

    The Orchestra headed to the University of Pretoria on Wednesday, August 15, for an afternoon side-by-side rehearsal with the South African National Youth Orchestra.

    Follow along throughout the tour: minnesotaorchestra.org/southafrica

  • Music for Mandela: South Africa Tour 2018

    51

    Music Director Osmo Vänskä and the Minnesota Orchestra will embark on a five-city tour to South Africa this summer—the first visit by a professional U.S. orchestra to the country. Offered as part of the worldwide celebration of Nelson Mandela's Centenary, the tour will draw together South African and American performers and music, offering musical exchanges with student groups and large-scale performances in colleges, city halls, and churches.

    Learn more:

  • Multistate - Clear V3.0

    7:38

    Xatrik & Lost And Found - Clear V3.0
    ~ Collaborating With Machines (2006)

  • Ilulu

    4:32

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    Ilulu (Oja Flute Suite) · Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    African Art Music For Flute

    ℗ 2008 Wendy Hymes & Darryl Hollister

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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