South African Singing Trio Here

South African singing sensation, the Bala Brothers, are performing for the first in Namibia next Saturday at the Windhoek High School.

The multi-award winning trio consist of brothers, Zwai, Loyiso and Phelo, who are renowned for infusing Classical Opera sounds with those of popular African music, which saw the birth of Popera, a new generation of African inspired classical music. With their song writing, producing, arranging and performing expertise, Bala have captivated a diverse group of music lovers through their unique sound. All three were schooled at the acclaimed Drakensberg Boys Choir, a highly acclaimed school of music in South Africa.

The Bala Brothers have taken their love of music and translated the story of their lives into an epic rag to riches prologue. Their seductive harmonies have moved many an audience to tears from old school dance moves. It is near impossible to watch these brothers in performance and stay in your seat.

They have grown to become a popular name in the industry, not only in Southern Africa but in the world known to delivering world class performances. They have performed alongside the Grammy Award winning Soweto Gospel Choir gracing many world stages including the Edinburg Festival as well as touring Australia in 2011.

The brothers are set to leave yet another proudly musical legacy that is set to shine for many decades to come. The trio will be coming to Namibia as guests of the Namibian Voices, under the auspices of Imba Trust Namibia as one of their fundraising initiatives.. Doors open at 18h00 and the show starts at 19h00.Tickets are available for N$250 from any Computicket at Shoprite, Checkers or Checkers Hyper countrywide.

Source : New Era