Discipline of Music

Swiss-South African quartet REISING, NTULI, COOPER, BAUMANN presenting their A Million O’Clock tour

The Centre for Jazz and Music proudly presents Swiss-South African quartet REISING, NTULI, COOPER, BAUMANN presenting theirA Million O’Clock tour on Wednesday 25 March 2020 at 18:00.

The quartet comprises Swiss musicians Benedikt Reising (saxophone, bass clarinet) and Rico Baumann (drums) together with Thandi Ntuli (piano, vocals)
and Shane Cooper (double bass) from South Africa. This group brings the sounds of South Africa and Switzerland together in an elegant, yet eclectic jazz fusion.
Saxophonist Benedikt Reising was born in the Black Forest and grew up playing baroque sonatas on his recorder while listening to German punk music before
finding jazz. South African Thandi Ntuli is a pianist and a singer, a composer and a producer. She comes from a lineage of rich musical heritage. Fellow South
African Shane Cooper is a bassist, composer and producer, known for his work in the electronic/ dance music world. Rico Baumann grew up in a family of
musicians and was exposed to a wide variety of music before taking up Jazz.

Join us at The Centre for Jazz and Popular music (CJPM), Level 2, Shepstone Building at UKZN Howard College Campus on Wednesday 25 March 2020 at 18h00.
Doors open at 17h30pm. R90 for general admission // R60 pensioners // R30 for students. Please contact Thuli on 031 2603385 or email Zamat1@ukzn.ac.za
for more details.