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Judith Sephuma prepares to serenade fans in online JazzFix series

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Afro-Jazz Queen Judith Sefma is ready to take the stage at Jazz Fix, a new virtual series of music concerts inspired by the producer of the award-winning Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF).

Sefma is the second artist to be on display in March of this year, following the debut of South African legendary guitarist and Grammy-nominated artist Jonathan Butler.

His show took place on February 27th.

Hosted by radio and television personality Unathi Nkayi, the unprecedented showcase will feature Sefma’s 2017 sold-out performance at the Cape Town Jazz Festival.

The Limpopo-born singer commented on the show and was enthusiastic: “I’m excited to be part of the JazzFix online series at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.

“I’m happy to remember the 2017 performance, and I’m happy to share the performance online. Of course, I also have a great conversation with my host, Unathi.”

Since releasing their platinum-status triple debut album “A Cry, A Smile, A Dance” in 2001, Sefma has been the focus and admiration of jazz, afro-soul and gospel music lovers around the world.

Her collaborations include an old classic “Over the Rainbow” singing with Michael Bolton and a collaboration with Kenny G on “A Cry, A Smile”., “Dance” album.

“We’ve had great feedback from the first show. This second show with Judith Sefma will be another great online experience.

Judith is a class master and is honored to share her amazing performance at the Jazz Festival with an online audience around the world. This is a show you can’t miss, “said festival director Billy Domingo.

Tickets for Judith Sefma’s Jazz Fix performance are currently on sale at Computicket for R80.

The one-hour show will premiere on Saturday, March 27, at 8 pm, with 48 hours of unlimited viewing for viewers.



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