The Rainbow

23 Stanfield Lane, Pinetown
Doors Open 1pm

We have waited for this concert to happen for a long time. We have been following this musicians journey over the years with respect and admiration.

Now we proudly present, in association with our partners Concerts SA


Joining Nduduzo will be Justin Bellairs Alto Sax, Siyanda Zulu Trumpet, Stanley Matlou Drums and Dalisu Ndlazi Double Bass

Growing up in uMgungundlovu, MAKHATHINI was surrounded by music as a child. His mother was a pianist and his father a guitarist- he was exposed to a range of music. He was part of the choir at school and would sing at church, and until he finished school, his voice was his instrument. It was only after High School that he started to study jazz piano. “I reached a point where my voice limited me from expressing the music, and that’s when I focused on the piano.”

NDUDUZO MAKHATHINI has several albums under his belt. He is also 2015’s Standard Bank Young Artists For Jazz, a UKZN graduate and 1st recipient of the British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowship Masters Scholarship. Currently enrolled in Stellenbosch for his masters in music. He is also a lecturer at University of Fort Hare

MAKHATHINI has played, toured and recorded with Busi Mhlongo, Zim Ngqawana, Feya Faku, Jimmy Dludlu, Herbie Tsaoeli and many others.

Concerts SA Supporting Local Music 

Click to go to Concerts SA websiteConcerts SA is a joint South African/Norwegian project housed under the auspices of the Stakeholder Hub within The SAMRO Foundation; it receives financial, administrative and technical support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SAMRO and Concerts Norway.

By engaging with musicians, promoters, venue owners and audiences, the project aims to stimulate live music in South Africa by finding and implementing ways to create regular, sustainable performance platforms.

Concerts SA also aims to develop an interest in and appreciation of live music by showcasing music performances and conducting workshops at schools.