Multiple award-winning group, Mi Casa, together with Afro-pop sensation Encore, comedian Nina Hastie and rising star Samu are set to round off the working year in style for the final Birchwood Comes Alive Jazz Evening of 2018 on 1 December at the Birchwood Hotel.
Mi Casa, the legendary trio, will take-over the Birchwood stage with their much-loved chart toppers that have seen them achieve international acclaim and three South African Music Awards. The versatile group, consisting of Dr Duda (producer, DJ and keyboardist), Mo-T (trumpeter) and J’ Something (vocalist), have taken the country by storm with their Jazz and House blend.
Supporting Mi Casa is the sensational South African trio, Afro-pop and soul band, Encore. Having performed at the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz in both 2009 and 2012, the Capital Arts Festival in 2010, the Tswana group have been topping the local charts for many years.
Up and coming songstress Samu (Portia Nkuna) will open the evening with her soulful Jazz sounds. She first made her mark on the local music scene with her single “Dream On” this year, and describes her musical inspiration as capturing the spirit of Ubuntu and self-introspection.
Renowned comedienne and MC, Nina Hastie, will take over the stage with her distinct style controversial comedy. Having been recognised as a child as the youngest radio host and voice of children’s programme K-TV and Yfm, Hastie has since been dubbed as one of SA’s top female comics.
Don’t miss the perfect opportunity for a corporate year end party to remember on Saturday, 1 December at the Birchwood Hotel in Boksburg. Tickets are R4 500 for a table of ten or R450 per a person; including a delicious three-course buffet, table wine and a night of iconic local entertainment.