It’s busy season for the Ndlovu Youth Choir

Over the past couple of weeks, the Ndlovu Youth Choir has been on the road, the airwaves and bringing joy to the audiences that they have performed for or told their story to. The choir’s Zulu version of Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You has had over five million views across different platforms and has been shared right around the world. We certainly hope that someone has shown Ed the video!

Here’s a quick recap of some of the things that the choir has been up to during recent times. If you would like to meet the choir or discuss with them how they could ignite your brand or event with their infectious energy and toe-tapping, uniquely South African music, please contact us or visit the Ndlovu Youth Choir website.

A few members of the choir were interviewed on Michelle Constant’s show on SAFM. The conversation centred on the choristers’ stories and their collaboration with Wouter Kellerman. Listen to the full interview here.

Ndlovu Choir SA FM interview

The choir also performed live performances at several venues, both for private and public functions. Check out the choir’s calendar here (click on the booking and diary tab in the main nav) or follow Ndlovu Youth Choir – A Chorus of African Song and Dance on Facebook to see where they have been.

The choir also performed at the SPAR OFM Carols by Candlelight with Kurt Darren and Monique Steyn, among others.

There was also a masterclass on Classic1027. If you missed it you can listen to the interview here:

The choir also featured on the #TedXJoburg stage and did a performance on Morning Live on eNCA.

They welcomed Banyana Banyana back to South Africa after the team finished runners up in the 2018 Women’s African Cup of Nations (AFCON) and qualified for the Women’s World Cup. A historic moment for this team and South Africa as a whole, we wish Banyana Banyana all the very best for what the future has in store for them.

If you haven’t heard the choir live yet, join us at the Spar Carols by Candlelight with Jacaranda FM at St Stithians College on 8 December 2018.