Trans Kalahari quintet mesmerises jazz lovers

Trans Kalahari Quintet perfoming at the Pavilion restaurent
Trans Kalahari Quintet perfoming at the Pavilion restaurent

Thursday evening turned out to be a refreshing one with sweet and soothing jazz at the Pavilion Restaurant, situated at Fairgrounds. Trans Kalahari Quintet entertained the audience with their beautiful melodies from their latest album Back to Basis.

Trans Kalahari Quintet is a local band comprised of some of the country’s celebrated instrument players who have and continue to provide the backing services to most of the local top contemporary music artists.

Musicians who have been backed by the band include legends Ndingo Johwa and Banjo Mosele as well as upcoming young talents such as Nnunu Ramogotsi and Samantha Mogwe. The band comprises of Arthur Makhwenkwe Mengwe on the drums, renowned pianist Lekofhi Sejeso, Brian Nyakurukwa on the bass guitar, Zacharia Zakes Gwaze who plays the lead guitar and Matt Dasco, an American native who plays the tenor saxophone.

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