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Dynamic Divas celebrate Women’s Day

Kick Women’s Month off the right way, in classical style with an entertaining and intimate evening of music and great food with Khayakazi Madlala and Asisipho Petu – two young, talented and disciplined musicians.

Khayakazi and Asisipho are currently studying opera music at the Northwest University and the Tshwane University of Technology and their dream has always been to perform for large South African audiences.

“We are so excited to be able to perform to audiences and do what we love,” explains Asisipho. Their musical programme promises to leave audience members mesmerised and entertained. The evening will be filled with beautiful opera compositions from different amazing and talented composers.”

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“We strive to be exemplary and inspirational to other young uprising opera singing students and artists,” added Khayakazi.

Their show, Dynamic Divas will be held on Saturday, August 6 at 6:30pm at 33 on Melville.

Tickets: R220 per person from kwezine.co.za

When you do the booking, you will be asked what your food and beverage selection is and you will pay for this separate from your ticket.

For more info visit their Facebook page.

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