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- Fashion TV is an international television channel devoted to fashion and modelling.
- Cape Town (Kaapstad; iKapa) is the second-most populous city in South Africa, and the largest in land area, forming part of the City of Cape Town metropolitan municipality.
- A city in southwestern South Africa at the foot of Table Mountain, the legislative capital of the country and the administrative capital of the province of Western Cape; pop. 776,600
- port city in southwestern South Africa; the seat of the legislative branch of the government of South Africa
- In 2000, Ludovic Meyer aka Ferry Tayle burned his first records in one of the famous club called “ Le Colyse ” in the east of France, sharing the decks with big names as Cosmic Gate, Darude, U96 and the french house dj David Guetta.
- A card of such a suit
- baseball club: a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together; "each club played six home games with teams in its own division"
- One of the four suits in a conventional pack of playing cards, denoted by a black trefoil
- A heavy stick with a thick end, esp. one used as a weapon
- unite with a common purpose; "The two men clubbed together"
- a formal association of people with similar interests; "he joined a golf club"; "they formed a small lunch society"; "men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today"
Shannon Mowday is one of the most diverse and sought after performers and recording artists to have emerged out of South Africa. From a land rich in musical and cultural diversity, she draws from many influences with seemingly boundless energy and brings it together with purpose and style. Many music critics have applauded her gift of blending jazz with an eclectic mix of African rhythms and folklore. Her music expresses the difficulties and growth of her homeland with a totally honest and fresh approach which is difficult to put in any one genre.
Although primarily a saxophone player, she is adept on all the woodwind instruments and is also an accomplished composer, arranger and lyricist as well as being an experienced and passionate educator. She has gained a vast amount of experience as a soloist, band leader or band member, performing in styles ranging from straight ahead jazz, Big Band, pop, rock, reggae, funk, classical, African, klezmer, traditional to name but a few.
Having performed with top local and international artists both locally and internationally, she has toured extensively throughout South Africa, as well as having performed and taught in America, Australia and Europe, with continuing projects in Scandinavia.
With invitations to perform at major festivals on four continents, Shannon now explores the many possibilities of her music on the international stage. Although she remains in demand as a recording artist and television personality in South Africa, it is her original work that will be the focus of her future, wherever that might take herc
For a more detailed biography and recent festival and international appearance listings.
Born to a musical family, Shannon began music at an early age under the guidance of her father, Bob Mowday, a professional musician and teacher. She started with clarinet and saxophone and later studied flute and piano, studying in both the classical and jazz genres. Even though she plays the full range of saxophones, flutes and clarinets, the baritone saxophone became somewhat of a specialist interest to her from a young age.
(This was also encouraged and borne out of the wisdom of Dad's awareness of possible hazardous results of two siblings playing the same instrument in a band, two strong personalities and two natural born leaders...say no more!)
Her professional performing career began at age 10 with a family band, Family Affair with father Bob and brother Hylton, and the Mowday 3 have stayed a feature on local and international music scenes. By 12, she was performing with some of the best local and national Big Bands, playing in theatre productions, jazz ensembles and doing classical recitals. Involvement with the University of Cape Town Jazz Department from an early age, performing in the best professional environments, good reading, doubling and soloing skills, saw the Mowday siblings soon develop into two of the most successful and popular musicians on the local jazz scene.
Shannon has performed and recorded with some of the South Africa's best known jazz celebrities such as Winston Mankuku, Barney Rachabane, Khaya Mahlangu, Gloria Gosman, Feya Faku, Judith Sephuma, Selaelo Selota, Sibongele Khumalo, Thembe Mkhize, Mike Campbell, Carlos Mombelli as well as performing with more contemporary local artists such as Mynie Grove, Sarah Theron, Amanda Strydom, Taliep Petersen, Elzabe Zietsman etc
She has supported and performed with international artists such as John Fedchock (US), John and James Morrison (Aus), Stefon Harris(US), Dave 'O higgins (UK), Chris Collins(US), John Thomas (US), Morris Goldberg (US), Shakatak (US), Dr Douglas Masek (US),Bruce Cassidy(Can), Arne Hiorth(Nwy), Deborah Tanguy (Fr), Sol Zim(Israel), Rabbi Jack(Can) and played with members of the Stockholm Jazz Orchestra and various international artists at the South African Association for Jazz Education Conference and Standard Bank Jazz Festival.
As a soloist, she also performed as a soloist with Woman Unite and the Brazz Brothers (Nwy), Norwegian Big Boss Band , Klein Karoo Kunstefees Pops (SA), Satin Dolls (Sw), 'Woman of the World' and 'Woman of the Year'(SA), International fashion week (SA). She was also soloist with the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra (SA) with a work that was written for her (Senorita)
As a member of the International Association of Jazz Educators, she is actively involved in jazz education and was a lecturer in jazz saxophone at the University of Cape Town from 2001-2006. She taught clarinet and saxophone at Diocesan College and Preparatory Schools for Boys (Bishops) from 1998-2006 and also ran very successful jazz bands. She has been involved in community jazz education projects such as Turfjamp, Edujazz and Sekunjalo and is in the process of establishing a youth jazz program in South Africa. She has given workshops in South Africa, Australia and America.
Recent festivals and International Appearances:
- Launch of album African Eyes(Oz) at The Basement (Syd
Cape Town City Hall
Cape Town City Hall was the last major Victorian building to be erected in Cape Town and commemorated King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. It was built in 1905 from honey-coloured ooliithic limestone imported from Bath in England. The building has mosaic floors, a marble staircase, stained glass windows and a specially designed organ with 3165 pipes. The 61 metre high tower has 39 bells, the largest carillon in Southern Africa and rings out on special occasions. An imposing building in the Italian Renaissance style, it is situated in the centre of Cape Town. On the 11th February 1990, only hours after his release from prison, Nelson Mandela made his first public speech from the balcony of the Cape Town City Hall. The City Hall is now home to the Cape Town Municipal Library.
Opposite is the Grand Parade which is the City's oldest square, earliest commercial centre and military parade ground. It is one of the country's most symbolic public spaces. The Grand Parade was recently the site of the 4th Homeless Soccer World Cup and served as a street soccer stadium hosting about 100 000 people.
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