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Rupert Guenther & Valanga Khoza – Songs of the Future.

Monday 13th August / presented by Jane Hebiton

Perth-based international concert violinist and composer Rupert Guenther, and South African born singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Valanga Khoza, present a unique collaborative show “Songs of the Future” in Armadale, Perth and Fremantle on the 14, 16 and 17 August. As outlined in the attached media release, these two gifted musicians from very different backgrounds, come together again for the first time in 30 years to share their humanitarian ideals for friendship between nations through their music. It is a concert of original and traditional music, which travels through a fascinating and evocative journey of sounds, stories, and influences, from classical music traditions from Western Europe to jazz, folk, blues and world music influences, including new and traditional South African songs and music, in an array of instruments and singing and playing styles, for which these two artists are each renowned.

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