Arts Events List (Zimbabwe)
AEL as @ 19 October 2014
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Events on now, or starting on or before 2 November 2014

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

ARTS FESTIVALS
  • MUSICA 2014 (to 25 October)
DANCE
MUSIC
  • Book Café (20–26 October)
  • Piano Quintet @ Arundel Chapel (26 October)

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
  • My Fair Lady (23 October)
  • Rossini: Otello (24 October)
  • The Tudors: Series 2 (30 October)
  • Verdi: Falstaff (31 October)
FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS
  • Quantumlogik @ Gallery Delta (from 21 October)
  • Debby Hart Art Exhibition @ Execulink (24 October)
  • Art Exhibition @ Wingate Park Golf Club (26 October)
  • Basket Case II Exhibition @ National Gallery of Zimbabwe (31 October – 15 December)
DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD
  • Les Mis, The Concert @ Reps Theatre (to 25 October)
CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS
  • Fashion weekend @ Barclays Sports Club (25–26 October)
  • Borrowdale Brooke Craft Fair (26 October)
FILM
CLUBS & SOCIETIES
  • Association of Complementary Health Practitioners (21 October)
  • Zimbabwe German Society (October)
  • Alliance française (October)
WORKSHOPS & COURSES
  • thePoint @ Parklands (23–26 October)
CHARITY FUND-RAISING EVENTS
  • Luxurious VIP Black Tie Charity Cocktail @ Barclays Sports Club (24 October)
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ZIMBABWE-RELATED EVENTS OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE


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CURRENT and FORTHCOMING EVENTS



ARTS FESTIVALS


MUSICA 2014 (to 25 October)

The Embassy of Italy, in partnership with National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, presents MUSICA 2014. The event will run from 18 to 25 October. Concerts will be held at the Italian Club, Embassy of Italy, Zimbabwe German Society, Book Café, Misty's, Megga 2, 7 Arts Theatre, and Sam Levy's Village.
 
The Embassy of Italy has a long history of engagement with the cultural and musical scene of Zimbabwe. In this framework, for the last six years it has organized a festival, which has normally taken place in October. The festival is designed to give Italian international and Zimbabwean artists an opportunity to work and perform together. Many fruitful forms of association have ensued, greatly boosting opportunities for musical growth and commercial development.
 
MUSICA 2014 promises to be a truly delightful series of concerts, workshops and seminars. Artists from Italy, Germany and Zimbabwe will take part in what promises to be the most vibrant and exciting edition of the Festival so far. The genres featured will span from Jazz to Pop, from Rock to World Music.
 
MUSICA 2014 is a non-profit festival, with a distinct educational connotation: international artists will interact with school students and young musicians from Zimbabwe, in collaboration with the College of Music and Misty's.
 

Tuesday, 21 October

21.00 Opening Party at Misty's in Newlands ($5 cover charge)
Performances by "Amanda e la Banda" from Italy and local band "Jam Signal".

Wednesday, 22 October

15.00 – 17.00 Book Café Garden Show (free entry)
In the heart of the city, young and emerging local artists will take the stage.

21.00 After Party at Misty's ($5 cover charge)
 
Thursday, 23 October

15.00 – 17.00 Book Café Garden Show (free entry)
In the heart of the city, young and emerging local artists will take the stage.

21.00 After Party at Misty's ($5 cover charge)
This show will feature a collaboration between local artist "Dudu Manhenga" and "Enzo Favata" from Italy, plus a special appearance on the decks by German Dj Légères
 
Friday, 24 October

15.00 – 17.00 Book Café Garden Show  (free entry)
In the heart of the city, young and emerging local artists will take the stage.

19.00 Zimbabwe German Society Concert (free entry)
This concert will feature performances by the group "Feindrehstar" from Germany and local band "Jam signal".
 
21.00 After Party at Misty's ($5 cover charge)
This show will feature local band "African Pride" and from Italy "Amanda e la Banda".

Saturday, 25 October

10.00 – 12.00 Sam Levy's Village (free entry)
Some Italian musicians will perform in the heart of the shopping centre for the general public
 
13.00 – 20.00 Megga 2 (free family show)
"Amanda e la Banda", from Italy and local groups "African Pride" and "Alexio Shades of Black" will take the stage in the garden area of Megga 2, where there will be a traditional buffet on offer. Perfect for a Saturday afternoon with the whole family.
 
19.00 – 21.00 Closing Ceremony at 7 Arts Theatre (entry $10 pre sale, $15 at the door)
This will be an exciting concert opened by the guitarist, "Andrea Valeri" from Italy followed by "Puglia Jazz Factory" from Italy and Victor Kunonga from Zimbabwe, then a collaboration with local star "Dudu Manhenga" and Italian composer "Enzo Favata". Plus a unique collaboration between four talented women "Dudu Manhenga", "Patience Musa", "Raven" and "Amanda Tosoni".
 
21.00 After Party at Misty's ($5 cover charge)
This show will feature top local band "Evicted" and friends with "Dj Dude" on decks.

More details can be found on the Facebook page at <http://www.facebook.com/musicafestivalzimbabwe>.

DANCE


Stars of Tomorrow @ Reps Theatre (12–15, 19–22 November)
The Dance Trust of Zimbabwe's National Ballet will be staging its annual production of "Stars of Tomorrow", which features dancers up to 16 years of age, at REPS Theatre. This year there will be two different programmes:
12–15 November - Programme A
19–22 November - Programme B
The evening performances will start at 6.30pm and there will be matinees at 2.30pm on 15 and 22 November.
Students from the Gail Boardman, Margan Bower, Eileen Fleet, Carol Henchie and Clare Hingeston studios, plus Dance Avenue, Drastic Gymnastics, Kinkini Dance Company, M & M Dance Factory & Rol'x will all take part.
The National Ballet Company will perform a piece choreographed by Anna Morris to end the show.
This production promises to be entertaining.
Book at The Spotlight in the foyer of Reps Theatre.

MUSIC


Book Café (20–26 October)

Mon 20, 6pm, BOOK CAFÉ OPEN MIC – So You Think You Got Talent?  Bring it on!  The hottest jam party in town: poets, comedians, singers, dancers, musicians, bands – come register with the MC before 6pm – FREE, All welcome!  ++ Plus plus MONDAY BEER SPECIAL:  '2for$3' on all local beers!
 
Tue 21, 7pm, 'SUMMER JAM' with JAM SIGNAL, featuring VICTOR KUNONGA, followed by GARY TIGHT - Fresh young Zim artists stepping up to the midweek stage, honoured with a special guest appearance by one of Zimbabwe’s leading and top-selling artists!  ++Plus plus TUESDAY BEER SPECIAL '2for$3' on all local beers.
 
Wed 22, 3-5pm, MUSICA FESTIVAL on the Book Café Garden stage: a dedicated platform for emerging artists – today featuring MASA and WERE - FREE, all welcome!  Courtesy of Musica Festival (ENTRY at 6th St gate)
Wed 22, 6pm, Wednesday Film Club presents "HELSINKI AND BEYOND: SOLAR AFRICA" - a fictional film that focuses on a radio journalist's quest to find interesting ideas for her forthcoming radio programmes. Johanna decides to start a radio series on issues about Africa, but does not have a clue where to start. A film by BATSIRAI CHIVHANGA. Followed by Q&A and discussion (filmmaker will be in attendance) - FREE, All Welcome
WED 22, 8pm, TRANSIT CREW with MANNEX MOTSI, JEHFARI & CELLO CULTURE – Roots Rock Zim-Reggae with hits like ‘Rozi’, ‘Zim Gals’, ‘Vavengi’, ‘Hakuna Muti’ and ‘Anoti Nyo ndiani?’ - cc$5
 
Thu 23, 3-5pm, MUSICA FESTIVAL on the Book Café Garden stage: a dedicated platform for emerging artists – today featuring MARIA VERA CHISVO and AFRICAN PRIDE.  FREE, all welcome!  Courtesy of Musica Festival (ENTRY at 6th St gate)
Thu 23, 5.30pm CD LAUNCH: WANAI & THE BLUE BAND  - Fresh young Zimbabwean music, hot from the studio! – Free, all welcome.
Thu 23, 8pm, NORMAN MASAMBA & POINT BLANK feat. VICTOR KUNONGA & BOB NYABINDE!! – A talented young group emerging onto the national stage, tonight featuring top artists who have mentored and helped them - cc$5    
 
Fri 24, 3-5pm, MUSICA FESTIVAL on the Book Café Garden stage: a dedicated platform for emerging artists – today featuring DAVINA GREEN and PAH CHIHERA - FREE, all welcome!  Courtesy of Musica Festival  (ENTRY at 6th St gate)
Fri 24, 7pm, Garden Stage: Friday Mbira with MAWUNGIRA ENHARIRA featuring Nyamasvisva – A mystical mbira tradition - cc$5.  (ENTRY at 6th St gate)
Fri 24, 8pm, Main Stage:  JIVE FRIDAY with GARY TIGHT, MUNYAVI MATARUSE, TSVETE, CHIKWATA 263 & More - celebrating International Day of Artists, presented by Jive Zimbabwe - cc$5
 
Sat 25, 11am-6pm, BOOK CAFÉ CRAFT FAIR: Showcasing the best of Zimbabwe's Wooden and ‘Ware Art’ from Headlands, Chivhu and Matopos ++ End-of-year discounts ++ A delectable menu from the Food-As-Culture project ++ Live Music from JABAVU DRIVE - Free, All welcome!
Sat 25, 8pm, Main Stage: CARL JOSHUA NCUBE Farewell – catch the funnyman before he takes off on a whirlwind tour to UK in October and Australia in November, finishing off in Canada in December! Go, Carl! -  cc$5
 
SUNDAY 26, 6pm, BIG BROTHER AFRICA Eviction Party! Free Screening, all welcome!

Book Café bookshop
Opening hours: TUE-SAT - 11am-7pm

The New Book Café: 139 Samora Machel Ave, cnr. 6th Street, Harare. Tel. 086 440 66015.
For bookings – venue hire, music, catering – contact Daniel 0772 484 634.
Enquiries to <mailto:newbookcafe.harare@gmail.com>

Piano Quintet @ Arundel Chapel (26 October)
The Harare Chamber Orchestra presents a concert of Piano Quintet music at Arundel Chapel starting at 3:00pm on Sunday, 26 October.
The programme will last about an hour and will include:
Boccherini Piano Quintet No 6 (Op 57 posth) “The Night Watch in Madrid”
Schumann Piano Quintet in E Flat Major Op44
Performed by:
Jeanette Micklem – piano
Cabby Stirling – Violin
Corrado Trinci – Violin
Michael Peto – Viola
Amy Macy – Cello
Entrance by donation and tea will be served afterwards.
We are very grateful for the generous support from the Austrian Honorary Consul Dr M. Djordjevic, as well as Arundel School.

Marden Singers: Handel's Messiah @ St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church (15 & 16 November)
The Marden Singers present their annual performance of Handel's Messiah. Conducted by Margot Dennis.
Saturday, 15 November @ 5pm. Sunday 16  November @ 3pm
St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church, King George Road, Avondale
Entrance by donation. Tea/coffee, wine & cheese will be served.

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]

My Fair Lady (23 October)
Thursday 23 October in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
The film of 'My Fair Lady' was released fifty years ago on 21 October 1964 and a 'restored' version issued thirty years later. What else is there to say?... Roger Ebert perhaps:
'" My Fair Lady" is the best and most unlikely of musicals, during which I cannot decide if I am happier when the characters are talking or when they are singing. The songs are literate and beloved; some romantic, some comic, some nonsense, some surprisingly philosophical, every single one wonderful. The dialogue by Alan Jay Lerner wisely retains a great deal of "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw... What distinguishes "My Fair Lady" above all is that it actually says something. It says it in a film of pointed words, unforgettable music and glorious images, but it says it...'
Admission: $3.00 [free to film members] . Supper available from 6.15 p.m.

Rossini: Otello (24 October)
Friday 24 October in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
'Otello' is one of Rossini's very finest scores but it's not performed nearly as often as it deserves, largely because of the difficulty of getting three top-notch tenors in one place at one time. Rossini's first two acts are in a fairly traditional style but in the third act 'he seems to enter a whole new world of freely flowing dramatic expression, carried by intensely emotional music in which the composer and the bard seem joined at the hip in a hair-raising finale that rivals even Verdi's masterful tragedy.'  [Bruce Scott, World of Opera].
'Zurich Opera stared down the mighty challenge posed by Rossini's "Otello" and knocked it out of the ballpark. [Operatoday.com]
Admission: $3.00  [free to Red Carpet members]. Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)

The Tudors: Series 2 (30 October)
Thursday 30 October in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
In the second series of 'The Tudors', Henry moves quickly to embrace Lutheran ideas, break with the Catholic Church, and marry Anne Boleyn in a secret, private ceremony, but his decisive changes and new loyalty oath pit him against his chancellor and long-time mentor Thomas More; Anne gives birth to a baby girl, Elizabeth, even as Brandon and others sow seeds of doubt about his new queen in Henry's mind; after a near-fatal jousting accident and Anne's miscarriage, Henry finds a new love in Jane Seymour, sealing Anne's doom.
    '"The Tudors" is loads of addictive fun, filled with intrigue, the delicious papal stylings of Peter O'Toole, and that old stand-by, hot sex.'
[San Francisco Chronicle]
    'The glorious, gorgeous "The Tudors" is the best series since "The Sopranos". Period. This second season is not quite as randy - it's become less of a soap and more of a historical drama. This is not to say it's not great.' [New York Post]
Further episodes: Thursdays 7 & 14 November.
Admission: $3.00 [free to film members].  Supper available from 6.15 p.m.

Verdi: Falstaff (31 October)
Friday 31 October in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
Verdi wrote Falstaff at the ripe old age of 77, and he brought to it a lifetime of stagecraft and a profound love of Shakespeare. He had already taken inspiration from 'Macbeth' and 'Otello', and toyed with the idea of creating an opera based on 'King Lear', but with 'Falstaff' he was actually venturing onto fresh ground as he had never tried Shakespearean comedy and, indeed, his only other comedy had been written fifty years earlier. Falstaff was to be his final opera and sparkles with freshness and originality as the music captures the emotions that words alone miss.
    'This is an outstanding, traditional performance of Verdi's greatest masterpiece. Conducting, singing and acting all top rank. The cast is as good as could be found, with Mirella Freni, Barbara Bonney, Marilyn Horne and Susan Graham all outstanding. As Sir John, Plishka is exceptional – he really looks the part and acts superbly without overdoing things. Levine conducts a really lively performance with great brio - just listen to the final fugue and you'll feel better about life!'  [Amazon review]
    'A milestone in the history of operatic production in this city.' [New York Herald Tribune]
Admission: $3.00  [free to Red Carpet members].  Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)

FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS


Quantumlogik @ Gallery Delta (from 21 October)
An exhibition of drawings and three-dimensional objects and sculptures by Masimba Hwati.
To be opened by His Excellency, Mr. Luciano Lavizzari, Ambassador of Switzerland on Tuesday, 21 October at 5.30.p.m.
Previewing from noon the same day.
Exhibition duration until mid-November. Sponsored by the Swiss Embassy
The artist will present a talk about his work on Friday, 24 October at 11.00.a.m. at Gallery Delta.

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>.

Debby Hart Art Exhibition @ Execulink Offices (24 October)
A selection of portraits and wildlife by well-known artist Debby Hart on Friday 24 October from 6 pm.
The venue is the Execulink Offices, 5 Beit Avenue, off Blakiston Street in Milton Park.
A cash donation at the entrance will go towards Aware Trust and there will be a cash bar.
For more information visit <https://www.facebook.com/DebbyhART35>

Art Exhibition @ Wingate Park Golf Club (26 October)
Wingate Park Golf Club will be holding its annual Art Exhibition on Sunday, 26 October from 9am to 3pm.
A great variety of exhibits from well-known and up-and-coming Zimbabwean artists will be on sale.  
As usual, all will be under cover with guarded parking, and there will be refreshments available on a donation basis, with bar and lunch available. There will be an entrance fee of $2. A percentage of takings will go to charity.
Directions: Only 10 minutes from Borrowdale Village – proceed along Alpes Road off Harare Drive in the direction of Wild Geese Lodge for approx 4km. Wingate Club is on the right.

Basket Case II Exhibition @ National Gallery of Zimbabwe (31 October – 15 December)
The EUNIC Zimbabwe Cluster (British Council, Alliance Française and the Zimbabwe German Society) and the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, would like to invite you to Basket Case II, a visual art and design exhibition, which is funded by the European Union.
   The Creative Zimbabwe Basket Case II Exhibition celebrates the best of Zimbabwean basket weaving through art pieces and designs from Binga Craft Centre (Binga), Bulawayo Home Industries (Bulawayo), Lupane Women's Centre (Lupane), Step Trust (Honde Valley) and Zienzele Foundation (Masvingo). This brings together work by five prominent African and European artists who are Ifeoma Anyaeji (Nigeria),  Alexandra Bircken (Germany), Tapfuma Gutsa (Zimbabwe), Delaine Le Bas (United Kingdom) and Michel Paysant (France), who have been commissioned  to create exciting new pieces which will be on display.
   Two acclaimed European designers, Nathalie Crasset (France) and Sebastian Herkner (Germany), have also worked with these communities, drawing from their own expertise and the weavers' traditional craft to develop innovative designs enhancing the communities' range of objects.
   A Public Programme will be run concurrently to this  where you can meet the artists and designers and discuss their pieces and experiences.
   If you would like to buy any baskets, an Open Market will also be held at National Gallery, which will give you the opportunity to meet with to the weavers and buy items for all your early  Christmas shopping needs!
   Basket Case II is co-curated by Christine Eyene, Guild Research Fellow in Contemporary Art, University of Central Lancashire, and Raphael Chikukwa, Chief Curator of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe.

Come and be part of this Beautiful Collective and Timeless Experience:.
Venue: National Gallery of Zimbabwe
Exhibition opens 31 October until 15 December, from 9am to 5pm
Art & Design Public Programme: 29 October – 15 December
Open Market: 31 October 2014 – 1 November

DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD


Les Mis, The Concert @ Reps Theatre
(to 25 October)
Directed by Sue Bolt and with a super line-up of singers, this show features the music of the successful Les Miserables show.
Thursday 16 to Saturday 25 October, 7 p.m., except Friday 17th and 24th – 6.30 p.m. Matinees – Saturdays, 2.30 p.m.
Booking open at The Spotlight. Tickets from $8.00 to $16.00. Price includes a free glass of wine or a beer or a coke on production of ticket.
Special prices for Reps Members on production of Membership Card.

CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS


Fashion weekend @ Barclays Sports Club (25–26 October)
Fashion Markets, Food Markets, Social Areas, Live Local Music, Daily Fashion Shows an opportunity to buy an exclusive outfit or accessory in a relaxing setting as you sample delicious food and enjoy the music.
Barclays Sports Club, Norfolk Road, Mount Pleasant, Harare
For info phone  +263 735 051 197  +263 779 462 743

Borrowdale Brooke Craft Fair (26 October)
Join us at our monthly craft fair within the beautiful gardens at the Brooke Shopping Centre.
We have over 40 beautiful craft stands, selling a wide variety of lovely goods. Fantastic kiddies entertainment available also.
Check us on Facebook to see who wil be exhibiting and what's on offer.
<http://www.facebook.com/pages/Borrowdale-Brooke-Craft-Fair/1544872985745609>
For enquiries, please contact 0776 825 745
Sunday, 26 October, 10am till 3pm. Entrance $2.00 adults. Kids U12 FREE

FILM



CLUBS & SOCIETIES


Association of Complementary Health Practitioners (21 October)
Our speaker for October is Pamina Mullins and she will talk on Keeping Your Balance in Times of Uncertainty
Pamina is a writer, speaker, stress buster, life coach, problem solver, people empowerer, laughter lover, dedicated saboteur disarmer, hypnotherapist, inspiration generator, NLP practitioner, insight seeker and genius finder!

Highlands Sports Club, 1 Glen Esk Ave, off Sloane St, behind the Runiville Shops, off Glenara Ave.
Tuesday, 21 October,  6.30pm for 7pm.

Contact Jane on <achpzim@gmail.com> if you would like to know more.

Zimbabwe German Society (October)
 
Tendai Mufunda art exhibition (to 21 October)
Tendai Mufunda will be showcasing her artwork at ZGS until 21 October.
Please come through to ZGS to view her paintings between 9am and 5pm.

Feindrehstar After party and Main show (23 and 24 October)
Feindrehstar  is an Afrobeat Funk, Hip-hop jazz band from Germany, set to perform at the Italian Musica festival, and the after party for this will be held on 23 October at Misty's. Their main show will be at ZGS on 24 October at 7pm

After Party for Musica Festival: 23 October, Misty's, 9pm, admission: $5
Main Show: Date: 24 October,  ZGS, 7pm, admission: FREE

All events are held at Zimbabwe German Society, 51 Lawson Avenue, Milton Park, Harare, unless otherwise stated.
For further information, please e-mail <mailto:info@goetheharare.org>.

Alliance française (October)

Thursday, 23 October
Bang Bang Comedy Club. The monthly comedy show featuring the best comedians around brought to you by Magamba!
Old Mutual Theatre, 7:30 pm, $5
 
Thursday, 30 October – Saturday, 1 November
Protest Arts International Festival – More information coming soon.

Alliance Française de Harare, 328 Herbert Chitepo Avenue, Harare. tel.: +263 (0)4 704 801/ 704 795

WORKSHOPS & COURSES


thePoint @ Parklands (23–26 October)
"Awaken a new way of seeing." When  we gain true perspective, we harness the simple power of attention and stand firmly in the realm of the unimaginable, inspired to create the impossible.
A groundbreaking 4-day workshop by Stephen Norval (SA), 23–26 October, Parklands, 26 Greenhithe Lane, Borrowdale.
$350 in advance or $400 on payment plan. Please  do not hesitate to ask if financial assistance is required.
Contact Fergus on 0772 465071 or <mailto:fergus.chance@gmail.com>

CHARITY FUND-RAISING EVENTS


This section is for special arts-related events that don't fit into other categories and that are held primarily to raise funds for charity or other deserving causes. The Editor's decision will be final as to whether a notice will be included in this category.

Luxurious VIP Black Tie Charity Cocktail @ Barclays Sports Club (24 October)
Barclays Sports Club, Norfolk Road, Mount Pleasant, Harare, 24 October at 5:00 for 5.30
A relaxing setting as you sample delicious food and enjoy the music.
$30.00 to cover entrance, cocktails, wine, gourmet canapes and a Luxurious goodie bag with a ticket to one of the weekend fashion shows included.
LUX (Unilever Zimbabwe) have partnered with Fashion Weekend Zimbabwe 2014 to bring you the the event proudly supporting charity of choice Shingirirai Trust. The 2014  Emerging Designers will be showcasing their collections, and there will be a performance by Saxophone musician Joseph Chinouriri.
Tickets now available from UMAX kiosks or phone  +263 735 051 197  +263 779 462 743
Join <https://www.facebook.com/events/765774210149278/>

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