Discipline of Music

The Battle of Isandlwana (Public Lecture)

October 11, 2019 @ 9:30 am
UKZN Howard College Theatre
238 Mazisi Kunene Rd
Dr. Opondo
The Battle of Isandlwana (Public Lecture) @ UKZN Howard College Theatre

The Dean and Head of the School of Arts, Professor Nobuhle Hlongwa

Invites you to attend a  Public Lecture as part of the Andrew Mellon Foundation Artist-in-Residency Programme titled, “The Battle of Isandlwana” presented by Mbuso Khoza (Vocalist, Songwriter)


About Mbuso Khoza

Mbuso Khoza is a rare musical talent that rose from the rolling hills of Eshowe in Kwa-Zulu Natal who’s sound is described as rich and unique, complimented by his genre-defying voice. His music is referred to as delicate mix of deep traditional Zulu music infused with Jazz elements. This particular sound separates him from his peers, with an ability to reach down to long gone memories. His sound is of this world yet reaches beyond this world. Aside from his succesful solo music career that was launhed in 2006, Khoza is known for his knowledge of cultural heritage that he shares with the world through many channels. In 2016 Khoza founded The Afrikan Heritage Ensemble and a Foundation with the same name. The ensemble is a group committed to reviving African indigenous knowledge and culture through research and performance. To enable him to maximise his research projects Khoza is currently doing his master studies in Arts in Heritage at Wits University. Khoza has a insatiable quest for knowledge and his current career path enables him to marry all his passions: music, history and heritage, whilst being a sought after vocalist, columnist, radio presenter, lecturer and guest speaker.
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