Arts Events List (Zimbabwe)
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Events on now, or starting on or before 12 September 2015

FULLER DETAILS OF THESE , AND OF LATER EVENTS, APPEAR BELOW.
Events are in Harare unless stated otherwise.

ARTS FESTIVALS
  • The KooVha EcoFest @ Juliasdale, Nyanga (4–5 September)
DANCE
  • Tumbuka: Chirorodziva @ DTZ (4 Sept)
MUSIC
  • Mokoomba live @ Pabloz (27 August)
  • Toni Braxton and Babyface @ Borrowdale Race Course (28 August)
  • Cultures in Harmony: Dvorak Piano Quartet @ Arundel School Chapel (29 August)
  • What's It All About? A Tribute to Cilla Black @ 167 Enterprise Road (4 September)
  • Spring Strings @ Kingfisher Park (5 September)
  • Prime Circle @ Borrowdale race course (11 September)
  • A Summer Night Concert @ Borrowdale race course (12 September)

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
  • Jurassic Park (27 August)
  • Bernstein conducts Mozart, Schumann, Milhaud and Tchaikovsky (28 August)
  • Bingo at the Academy (29 August)
  • The Tudors, Series 4 (3 September)
  • Rossini: Il Viaggio a Reims (4 September)
FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS
  • Nancy Mtek: "Honai" @ Njelele Art Station (to 28 August)
  • Sold Out @ Village Unhu (to mid-September)
  • From Line to Form @ Gallery Delta (to early September)
  • Larry Norton: African Visions - A montage of miniatures @ The Studio (11–13 September)
DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD
  • Chimbwido: Girl of War (a play) @ Alliance Française (26–28 August)
  • One-act Play Festival @ Reps Theatre Upstairs (28 and 29 August)
  • An Inspector Calls @ Reps Theatre Upstairs (9–19 September)
CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS
  • Doon Craft and Book Fair (29 August)
  • 18th Zimbabwe Patchwork and Quilting Show (4 and 5 September)
  • Hayhill Craft Fair (12 September)
FILM
CLUBS & SOCIETIES
  • Zimbabwe German Society (28 August)
WORKSHOPS & COURSES
CHARITY FUND-RAISING EVENTS
CLASSIFIEDS: ARTY THINGS WANTED OR FOR SALE
ZIMBABWE-RELATED EVENTS OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE


Future Festivals – 2015

Shoko Festival: 24–26 September <http://www.shokofestival.com/about>
NIAA <mailto:niaa@yoafrica.com>
  • Visual Arts/Literary Exhibition: 25 September – 3 October

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ARTS FESTIVALS


The KooVha EcoFest @ Juliasdale, Nyanga (4–5 September)
KooVha Ecofest is a small, 2-day festival set in the scenic mountain region of Nyanga from Friday 4 to Saturday 5 September.
Festival-goers can look forward to ushering in the summer with organic craft beer and cider in the midst of art displays from a series of visual artists that include Herbert Chitaka, Option Nyahunzvi, Ngoni Tsiga and more.
The festival starts at noon on the Friday, ending at 1800 hours on the Saturday.
Entrance is $12 for the two days, on-site camping around fire pits is available, as is affordable nearby lodge accommodation.
The festival takes place at the Koovha Cidery, which is on the main Nyanga Road, in Juliasdale, 800 metres after Montclaire Hotel on the right.

Friday, 4 September

Muronzi (Indie)
22 year-old ACT (Yes that's his real name!) showcases upbeat acoustic sounds that give Ed Sheeran and Bob Dylan a run for their money. Many consider him one of the hottest upcoming indie singer songwriters to come out of Zimbabwe.

Tinashe Makura (Afro Pop
Tinashe is singer of radio hits "Hello" and "Zvekupenga" both produced by Anton Morgan who has worked with the likes of Coldplay and others. Tinashe, who has performed for royalty and even at the Malaysian Grand Prix, brings amazing energy and performance pedigree to the Ecofest.

Vera (Funk/Jazz
Young Afro Centric musician that loves entertaining the crowds, with a unique sound." I am the voice of the voiceless, I am your tears, your fears, your smiles and your laughter. I am Vera and I am music"

Metaphysics
Based in Germany, he is a member of the multi-platinum German band Sons of Mannheim.  Metaphysics has won an Echo award for his music (German equivalent of a Grammy award) he has toured around the world opening for artists such as Black Eyed Peas, Busta Rhymes, A Tribe Called Quest, WyClef Jean and many more.  A deserving headliner!

DJ Duse (Dancehall
)
Dj Duse an African award winning Disc Jockey producing Dancehall. Electro and EDM tracks bringing a fresh danceable performance to take you through the night.

Saturday, 5 September

Kelvin August
Kelvin's sultry vocals kick off our Saturday programme.

Gudo Guru - Mbira, Traditional Fusion
Gudo Guru is the hottest Traditional fusion mbira group in Zimbabwe at present. They fuse upbeat mbira melodies with flavourings of hiphop. This is the spirit of Zimbabwean music.

Tulpa (AfroFusion, Reggae)
Tulpa  is a thought-form that becomes a manifest reality. Tulpa manifests positive upbeat sound mixing live and digital. The core is a reggae dub drum and bass set up. This builds up into the fusion of deep roots reggae with a rockers feel. Psychedelic lyrics with layers of harmony ice the cake. Positive, upbeat ,socially conscious and down to earth.

Raven the Duchess (Blues and Neo Soul)
Raven is a mezzo soprano with a silky soulful voice destined to echo the African landscape. Her music is a classic jazzy vibe with a fusion of reggae and neo soul.

Chuklas (Reggae, Dancehall)
Chuklas is a phenomenal dancehall artist based in Harare. A pioneer of  the Zim Dancehall movement that has taken the country by storm.

18.00 Hours - Festival Ends

Advance tickets: $12 for the 2 days or $6 per day. Can be bought at our booking office at Sonia 's Events, Sam Levy's Village (Above QV Pharmacy).  
At the gate: $20 for the two days or $10 for one day.

Transport
By Bus
:  Make a trip of it with friends, a special open-top bus from Harare will allow you to take great pics on the way. It'll be well stocked, with plenty of pit stops on the way there!
Departure: Friday 4th Sept <x-apple-data-detectors://7>  outside Alliance Francais at 0830
Return:   Departs cidery on Saturday 5th Sept at 1630 <x-apple-data-detectors://8>  Hours.
Cost: $30 return (price includes festival tickets)
Bus Booking: Contact: <mailto:ecofest@koovha.com> by 10am Wednesday, 26 August

For more information contact <mailto:ecofest@koovha.com>

DANCE


Tumbuka: Chirorodziva @ DTZ (4 Sept)
In order for dancers to find work anywhere, they need to maintain their training through daily class and rehearsal. Following the graduation of the Afrikera Dance Foundation Course, the Tumbuka studio is filled with aspiring apprentice dancers. Please join us for a studio showing of our latest work, which  features the Tumbuka dancers as well as the seven graduates who are hoping to land full-time jobs with company. The funds raised at this event will be used to cover transport costs for these young dancers.
Chirorodziva, by McIntosh Jerahuni,
4 September, 6.30 p.m. at Dance Trust of Zimbabwe Studio, 109 East Road.
Suggested donation $5.
For more information email <mailto:gwhami@tumbuka.co.zw>  or call 334098

MUSIC


Mokoomba live @ Pabloz (27 August)
Join multiple-award-winning band Mokoomba for an entrancing concert at Pabloz Club & VIP (Sam Levy's Village, Borrowdale, Harare)
Time: 8pm; Admission $10 
Dress: Strictly smart casual.
For seat booking and enquiries contact 0775067277  
Future dates: 17 September; 1 & 22 October; 5 & 19 November; 10 December 2015.

Toni Braxton and Babyface @ Borrowdale Race Course (28 August)
For information, see <http://www.3-mob.com/?p=21921>

Cultures in Harmony: Dvorak Piano Quartet @ Arundel School Chapel (29 August)

Dvorak Piano Quartet No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 87, presented by Cultures in Harmony
Saturday, 29 August, 2:30pm, Arundel School Chapel
Admission free, donations welcome

Violinist William Harvey, violist Kayleigh Miller and cellist Ryan Murphy travelled from the USA to Zimbabwe on Tuesday, 18 August to partner with the Revival Arts Trust Zimbabwe, provide master classes at Musicamp (held at Peterhouse in Marondera) and to collaborate with Eyes for Africa, founded by Dr Guramatunhu. The three musicians form part of a group called Cultures in Harmony (CiH).
On 29 August, CiH will partner with local pianist Sekai Zengeza to perform Dvorak's epic Piano Quartet No. 2.

William Harvey - violinist, conductor and composer - has appeared as a violin soloist at Carnegie Hall with the New York Youth Symphony and served as the Violin and Viola Teacher at Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM). At the request of the ANIM's founder, William founded the Afghan Youth Orchestra, which he conducted 8 times for President Hamid Karzai and also took on tour to the USA, where they performed in sold-out concerts at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. William founded Cultures in Harmony in 2005. CiH was named a Best Practice in International Cultural Engagement by the US Center for Citizen Diplomacy.

Kayleigh Miller is a member of the San Antonio Symphony and enjoys a varied career of teaching, performing and yoga instruction. She previously played in the National Arts Centre Orchestra as an apprentice under Pinchas Zukerman, and toured to China with the ensemble. She completed her Bachelor's and Master's degrees with Carol Rodland at the New England Conservatory and Eastman School of Music, and continued studying with Roger Tapping at the New England Conservatory.

Ryan is an avid orchestral player and joined the San Antonio Symphony in the 2012-2013 season. During the summer he plays in the Colorado Music Festival in Boulder. He also took part in the Juilliard Centennial Orchestra tour across America in 2006 as well as participated in the PMF, Tanglewood, Kent Blossom and Round Top Festivals. In addition, he is a former member of the National Philharmonic, the Canton Symphony, and served as the assistant principal cellist in the World Youth Orchestra for Peace, presenting concerts in Hiroshima and Nagasaki to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombings of those two cities.


What's It All About? A Tribute to Cilla Black @ 167 Enterprise Road (4 September)
Featuring music by Cilla and her friends in the Merseyside Beat generation.
One night only, at 167 Enterprise Road, also known as Theo's House of Coffees.
Friday, 4 September, 7pm. Tickets $10 for adults and $5 for children and teenagers.
As numbers are limited, you are strongly advised to buy your tickets in advance from 167 – open daily from 7am to 5.30pm.
Food and drinks will be on sale – no picnic baskets or cooler boxes. Bring your own blankets and chairs for a musical evening under the stars in 167's lovely garden.
Hear Cilla's music from Mande Snyman, Alex Fairlie, Collina Mvududu, Tina Masawi (back in Harare for a short visit) and Storm Whittaker. After the tribute section, the singers will perform other music till late.

Spring Strings @ Kingfisher Park (5 September)
Spring Strings is a picnic musical concert. This year it take place on 5 September at Kingfisher Park in Emerald Hill from 12pm till 6pm, Performances by UK-based artist Chashe, Tinashe Makura, Eve, Bethel Asres. Gwenga and Transit Crew.
Lots of fun and activities for the whole family.
Adults pay $10 Children and Pensioners pay $5 under 6yrs old, entrance is free. Regret no cooler boxes. 
Tickets available at Reps theatre, Folio Borrowdale village and Alliance Française
For more information call 0734 135 015, and see Facebook page <https://www.facebook.com/SpringStringsZW>

Prime Circle @ Borrowdale race course (11 September)
SA top rocking band PRIME CIRCLE performs in Harare as part of their LET THE NIGHT IN TOUR.
Following on from the huge success of THE PARLOTONES last year, Rockin' Harare is set to take place this September 11th, with award-winning  SA rock outfit Prime Circle. The band returns to Southern Africa after a successful European tour to promote the release of their sixth album, LET THE NIGHT IN, described as 'the most stylistically diverse record Prime Circle have done to date'. Prime Circle performed in Harare in 2011 on part of their 'ALL or NOTHING Tour', to huge acclaim and they are excited to return to Harare.      
   Rockin' Harare (formerly ROCK DOWN HARARE) is in its 11th year, and has always been an important platform to showcase local Harare talent, with Zim artist like Josh Ansley making their first big stage appearance way back in 2006. We will once again showcase the best local talent around, and fans can look forward to hearing the ever popular 'Evicted' and fiery reggae and rock artist 'Macy Huber' will be on the 2015 line up.
   The event will be held at Borrowdale Race course from 6pm until 1pm. Advance tickets $25, available at Sound Event Management Box Office at PaSangano Reception, 20 King George Rd, Harare.  Tel 0712-601107 or 0772-238715.

A Summer Night Concert @ Borrowdale race course (12 September)
A SUMMER NIGHT CONCERT, Harare's signature chilled and classy evening is back ! Pack the picnic baskets, blankets or chairs and get ready to enjoy a magical evening of music under the stars, with the thrilling vocals of award winning Rock and Musical Theatre star CITO!!    CITO is an unstoppable musical phenomenon in South Africa - frontman for the well-known band Wonderboom and the star of a number of musical theatre productions such as Jesus Christ Superstar and Chess. He will blow you away with his extraordinary vocals – one part raw Rock the other thrilling soaring Musical theatre! You will hear all the hits from the past years from the iconic shows such as "Phantom of the Opera", "Chess", "The Lion King", "Frozen"; "Les Miserables " and many more.
  Joining him onstage will be some of Harare shining talents under the able direction of veteran musician Bernie Bismark. The Summer Night concert will be a similar format to the HIFA opera gala, but the programme is much more contemporary and the event has a much wider appeal and is a great entertainment outing for families. THE venue is the attractive lawned area (Diamond enclosure) at Borrowdale race course, which offers easy access, secure parking, good public facilities.
   The concert runs from 6pm until 9pm. Advance tickets $15, available at Sound Event Management Box Office at PaSangano Reception, 20 King George Rd, Harare. Tel 0712-601107 or 0772-238715.

Art Songs and Operetta @ Arundel School Chapel (19 September)
Lorna Kelly Studio presents a concert of Art Songs and Operetta, three exciting local tenors in ensemble.
Saturday, 19 September at 3 pm, Arundel School Chapel.
Entry by donation.

Jennifer Rush @ Borrowdale race course (23 October)
Celebrating 30 years of THE POWER OF LOVE tour. Details to come.


Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
For further information, please e-mail Michael Bullivant <mailto:music@gatorzw.co.uk>

Jurassic Park (27 August)
Thursday 27 August in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
With 'Jurassic World' one of the hit films of the year, it seems a good idea to go back to the beginning and show all four films of the tetralogy over the coming months! At the beginning of Jurassic Park, huge advancements in scientific technology have enabled John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) to create a theme park full of living dinosaurs to which he has invited four individuals along with his two grandchildren for a preview. But a park employee attempts to steal dinosaur embryos, as a result critical security systems are shut down and the cloned dinosaurs run amok...And, if you're wondering how the film stands up 22 years after its original release...
'Slam-bang thriller delivers the goods with action, suspense, hair-raising chills and landmark special effects' [Maltin's Movie Guide, 2014]
'I loved every fascinating, suspenseful, frightening, skilfully calibrated minute of it.'  [The Observer, 2013]
'"Jurassic Park" remains an absolute thrill from a Spielberg in top form: funny, scary, fast-moving and full of just-right details.  [Newsday, 2013]
 'This movie doesn't just stand the test of time, it transcends it.' [Toronto Star, 2013]
Admission: $3.00 [free to Film members]   Supper available from 6.15 p.m.

Bernstein conducts Mozart, Schumann, Milhaud and Tchaikovsky (28 August)
Friday 28 August in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
Mozart: Symphony No.39 in E flat major, K.543
Schumann: Symphony No.3 in E flat major, Op.97
Milhaud: Le boeuf sur la toit - Ballet, Op.58
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.4 in F minor, Op.36
In this concert, Bernstein conducts three orchestras - the Vienna Philharmonic, L'Orchestre National de France and the New York Philharmonic.
'The scintillating account of Milhaud's exhilarating "Le boeuf sur le toit" alone is worth the cost of the DVD - and what a joy Bernstein is to watch, enjoying himself hugely.  [Penguin Guide]
'Sit back and prepare to be knocked out of your seat by Bernstein's raid on the Fourth Symphony. The first movement alone should make you shudder and if you're still in your seat after the finale then you simply haven't been paying attention.'  [Amazon review]
Admission: $3.00 [free to Red Carpet members]
Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)

Bingo at the Academy (29 August)
Saturday 29 August in the Robert Sibson Hall at 2.00 p.m.
The Academy will hold a fund-raising Bingo with prizes galore including a cash jackpot.
Admission: $2 including tea.

The Tudors, Series 4 (3 September)
Thursday 3 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
In the final series of 'The Tudors', Henry VIII marries his fifth wife, the seventeen year old Catherine Howard, a mischievous beauty who ignites the passion of the king but whose past includes a passionate affair and whose needs are not long satisfied by her much older husband. Meanwhile relations with France plunge to a new low, an invasion seems imminent.and the fierce struggle between Catholics and Protestants seems set to tear the court and country apart.
"The Tudors" is irresistible, even if the bedroom gymnastics here seem more in keeping with the "Playboy" Mansion than a royal palace.  [People Weekly]
I wouldn't recommend taking every word of "The Tudors" as fact, but as historical fiction, it's proven remarkably robust. [Philadelphia Daily News]
[Further episodes on 10, 17 & 24 September]
Admission: $3.00 [free to Film members]  Supper available from 6.15 p.m.

Rossini: Il Viaggio a Reims (4 September)
Friday 4 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
"Il Viaggio a Reims" [The Journey to Rheims] was originally commissioned as part of the celebrations for the coronation of Charles X as King of France and was a huge success but Rossini then withdrew it, partly perhaps believing it to be a pièce d'occasion whose purpose had been served, but also possibly because he doubted whether another cast could ever be assembled to do justice to his music which culminates in an extraordinary ensemble for no fewer than fourteen solo voices. The work was thought to have been lost until parts of it were unearthed in the late 1970s and further detective work meant that virtually the entire score was able to be reconstructed. In 1984 it was performed for the first time since 1825 in Pesaro, Rossini's birthplace, since when it has been taken into the repertoire of many major opera houses and been recognised as one of Rossini's supreme achievements.
"What a riot! A very amusing, well-cast performance of what can only be described as Rossini humour at its best."  [Amazon review]
Admission: $3.00 [free to Red Carpet members]  Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)


FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS


Nancy Mtek: "Honai" @ Njelele Art Station (to 28 August)
Open 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m., 131 Kaguvi Street, Harare
Facebook page: <https://www.facebook.com/njeleleart> . 
Review: <http://artmeetscamera.com/opinions-1/2015/8/13/nancy-mteki-honai-exhibition-review-by-helen-teede>

Sold Out @ Village Unhu (to mid-September)
Village Unhu is expanding! Please join us in launching our new space with "Sold Out", an exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculptures
Exhibition duration until mid-September
New Address: 10 Silwood Close, Chisipite, Harare
Open Monday to Friday, 9 am. – 5 pm.; Saturday 9 am. – 2 pm
We are also offering holiday "Figure and Still Life Drawing" lessons every Wednesday morning 10.00 to noon. $20 for the whole month.
For more information: email <mailto:villageunhu@gmail.com>
Find us on Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/village1unhu>

From Line to Form @ Gallery Delta (to early September)
An exhibition of drawings and graphics by Arthur Azevedo, Virginia Chihota, Franklyn Dzingai, Admire Kamudzengerere,  Helen Lieros  Wallen Mapondera,  Misheck Masamvu, Tawanda Mufambi, Tendai Mupita, Option Nyahunzvi, Gareth Nyandoro, Greg Shaw, Evans Tinashe
and found object sculptures by Johnson Zuze
Exhibition duration until early September. Sponsored by the Embassy of Switzerland.

Gallery Delta, 'Robert Paul's Old House', 110 Livingstone Avenue/Ninth Street, Greenwood Park, Harare
Telephone/Fax: 792135; <mailto:artdelta@mweb.co.zw>; <http://www.gallerydelta.com>.

Larry Norton: African Visions - A montage of miniatures @ The Studio (11–13 September)
These fine oil paintings on canvas will feature some of the most beautiful African wildlife and landscapes by one of Zimbabwe's foremost artists, in a unique format. 
The Studio. 5B Beedon Close, Borrowdale, Harare
Friday, 11 Sept: noon till late; Saturday, 12 Sept: 9am – 1pm; Sunday, 13 Sept: 9am – 1pm 
Admission free.
For more information on this show, please contact: Lee Sanderson +263 712 212 112 | <mailto:lee@jgcons.co.zw>
or Nicole Sanderson +263 772 619 007 | <mailto: nicolesanderson@gmail.com>


DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD


Chimbwido: Girl of War (a play) @ Alliance Française (26–28 August)
Old Mutual Theatre, 6:00pm, $5
Alliance Française de Harare, 328 Herbert Chitepo Avenue, Harare.
Tel.: +263 (0)4 704 801/ 704 795

One-act Play Festival @ Reps Theatre Upstairs (28 and 29 August)
Performances by Campbell Theatre Club, Masvingo Drama Circle, Reps and Repteens
Different shows each night.
28 and 29 August at 7 p.m. Reps Theatre Upstairs
All tickets $5.00

An Inspector Calls @ Reps Theatre Upstairs (9–19 September)
A fascinating murder/mystery
9–19 September, 7 p.m. Matinee 19 September 2.30 p.m.
Schools: $7.00; Public: $10.00

CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS


Doon Craft and Book Fair (29 August)
Saturday, 29 August , 9-12am under the Acacia trees.
Books; paintings; solar cookers; CDs; plants; home-baked goods; food ...
Exhibitors include local authors Cathy Buckle, Ross Cooper, Wendy Lapham and Matthew Butler; titles from the Booklist;
Local artists Dei Johnson and Petros Kaseke; Steve's Solar Cookers ; Philip's plants; Jenni's home-baked goods and preserves;
Gaynor's samosas and spring rolls cooked while you wait; Music Hub CDs with Beaumont and Basil; Deleen's currency and more.
No entry charge, guarded parking.
Doon Shopping Village, Harrow Road, Msasa, Harare.

18th Zimbabwe Patchwork and Quilting Show (4 and 5 September)
Hellenic School Hall, Borrowdale Road, Harare.
Friday and Saturday, 4 and 5 September, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 p/p, includes tea
For more information: Tel. 885278 or 0772 225631

Hayhill Craft Fair (12 September)
A wide assortment of Zimbabwean art and craft. A good feeling craft fair on the side of a Hill featuring Portuguese Fado music and Bach.
300 Enterprise Road, past Chisipite/Grange. 9.00 am. – 3.00 pm. No entry charge.

FILM



CLUBS & SOCIETIES


Zimbabwe German Society (28 August)
 
Green Coat Space @ 51: Vera and Batsi
Green Coat Space is upon us again. Come and enjoy a night filled with the best fusion of poetry, funk and jazz. What better way to start your weekend as well as end your month than with the soulful sound of Vera accompanied by the smooth poetry of Batsirai Chigama 
Friday, 28 August,17.00 till late
Cc: $5 

All events are held at Zimbabwe German Society, 51 Lawson Avenue, Milton Park, Harare, unless otherwise stated.
For further information, please e-mail <mailto:pr@goetheharare.org>.
Cell: +263 773 222 314 | Tel : 263 4 705 753 / 796 836
Follow us on: Facebook <http://facebook.com/gzharare>


WORKSHOPS & COURSES



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