Chloe Clark, Maya Spector, Miles Sievwright & Heinrich Frans

When:
January 10, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2019-01-10T19:00:00+02:00
2019-01-10T22:00:00+02:00
Where:
cafe Roux, Cape Town
Cost:
R100

chloe 2

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK NOW

Chloe Clark This dynamic, vivacious and undeniably talented songstress began her journey into music at a tender age. At 11 years old she had already formed her first band and has been filling the air with her beautiful music and infectious energy ever since.
She has already developed quite a reputation in Durban’s jazz, theatre and corporate entertainment scene, with a string of accomplishments to her name. Chloe has had the privilege of singing at the launching of the Durban July events, singing with the Kwa Zulu Natal Philharmonic Orchestra, being a backup vocalist for Ronan Keating, singing on Majozi’s first EP, as well as performing alongside artists such as Gangs of Ballet, Kyle Duitchman, Joseph Clark, Arno Carstens and many more.  Chloe made her TV debut in 2014 by making it to the Top 30 on Idols SA. More recently, she was part of South Africa’s first season of The Voice South Africa where she was in Kahn’s team (from the Parlotones).  Chloe has also performed internationally in Mauritius, Japan, China and India.
Chloe studied music at the University of KwaZulu Natal and completed her honors in Jazz vocals and vocal technique methods in 2016. In the same year, she released her debut Album which has gained national attention on local radio stations and television shows.
2018 saw the release of her jazz album, ‘She encountered wonderland’. The album is currently making waves among the jazz communities worldwide, adding to her growing international reputation as one of the hot, talented jazz vocalists to look out for!
Chloe draws inspiration from many of her favourite artists, namely London Grammar, Diana Krall, Madeleine Peyroux, Kimbra, Billie Holiday, Immogen Heap.
Maya Spector is a singer-songwriting talent from the jazz, soul music and theatre worlds. She comes from a culturally diverse and artistic family background and a consequence of her upbringing was that she found herself traveling the world from an early age, living in Japan, Swaziland, the USA, and Sweden. Settled in South Africa since 2001, she graduated from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in 2009 with a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance & Music Education.
Since then, she has appeared in musicals around the country (My Fair Lady, Jimbo, The Man of La Mancha, The Silence of the Music, RENT!) and she has performed with leading South African jazz and popular artists, as well as performing her original music on the music scene around the country since 2003. Her voice is best described as an old soul, weathered by life and schooled by adversity, yet still very much alive in vocal tone and vibrant in its expression.
Heinrich entered the music industry as a professional singer at the age of 11 as a member of the St George’s Cathedral Choir. He soon became a member of both the Tygerberg Children’s Choir and subsequently, the Pro Cantu Youth Choir. These choirs toured extensively and competed both nationally and internationally. His career spans from solo performances with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra (under the direction of Bernard Gueller), live performances as lead and backing vocalist for Allou April, Ernie Smith, Wanda Baloyi, The Camillo Lombard Collective, Mynie Grové and recording sessions as lead and backing vocalist for Vusi Khumalo and Ivan Mazuze. He also performed as lead and backing vocalist for international artists such as Jonathan Butler, Kirk Whalum, Oleta Adams, Diana Ross, Bebe Winans, Josh Groban and Mark Fransman’s Strait and Narro. Between 2004 and 2009 he performed as lead vocalist for a Jazz-duo, Trio and Quartet that he had established for live performances. Some of his work is well documented on the following commercially available albums: “Jazz Rendezvous”, “G-Spot Grooves”, Ivan Mazuze’s “Maganda”, Vusi Khumalo’s “Reasons for Seasons”, “Neville D Presents” by Neville Diedericks and Mozambican-born (now South African-based) drummer, composer, arranger and producer, Frank Paco’s, “Buyanini”. Heinrich has released a three-track EP entitled, “Life-Stories – The EP” via various digital distribution platforms. Heinrich currently works as an Audio Engineer, Artist Manager and Booking Agent alongside Composer Pianist and Film Score Composer, Kyle Shepherd and serves a Vocal Coach, Judge and Musical Director for the annual, ‘Shoprite Topstars’ singing competition.