Instrument(s) / Discipline(s): Music Therapy, Saxophone.
Programme & Year: BA Music & Society, 3rd year Hometown: Three Rivers, Vereeniging Instrument(s): Flute, Piccolo, Alto Flute, Alto Saxophone Professional ideals: I wish to become an accomplished music educator that not only inspires music, but also molds the musicians of the future. Top 5 must-hear music: 1. Tchaikovsky — Marche Slave 2. Holst — “Mars” from The Planets 3. Hans Zimmer — Gladiator 4. The Police — Roxanne 5..
Although the saxophone was invented in the 1840s, well before the origin of jazz music, it is predominantly associated with jazz, either as a solo instrument or in big bands. On the other hand, it has been quite popular with classical composers since the start of the 20th century and is featured in numerous works for orchestra, chamber ensemble or solo saxophone. Both classical and jazz styles will be featured.
Congratulations to the following prospective music students who have been provisionally* selected for admission to undergraduate music study at the NWU School of Music in 2015. (* Final admission is dependent on Matric results.) Brass: • S’bongumusa Karl Majola (tuba) • Tshepo Mamaila (trumpet) • Cheslin-Lee Pedro (trumpet) • Nkosana Albert Radebe (tuba) • Matimo Rikhoto (trombone) • Wandile Saula (tuba) • Nomahlabi Sindi (trombone) • Andries Tshepo Tautshwane (tuba).
Date of appointment: August 2010 Teaching responsibilities: Saxophone & Singing Performance interests: • Musical theatre • Television • Synergy (jazz band) • Rock/pop band Research interests: Masters’ thesis: “Exploring lived experiences of music listening among rugby players: a phenomenology.” Who are/were your professional mentors/inspiration? My inspirations are Charlie Parker, Ella Fitzgerald, Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth, Meryl Streep, Sara Ramirez, Hugh Jackman, Neil Patrick Harris, Stephen Sondheim and Jason Robert Brown..