#HOW I REMEMBER MOSES TAIWA MOLELEKWA

Press PLAY !

During the month of April, “Jazz Appreciation Month”, we as 4everJazz & The Moses Molelekwa Arts Foundation, are paying tribute and honouring the memory and legacy of SA’s musical genius Moses Taiwa Molelekwa who would have been turning 47 years old on the 17th April 2020.

His legacy is kept alive through the The Moses Molelekwa Arts Foundation which run by his father Jerry “Monk Molelekwa.

This is where young people are taught how to understand music notes, how to play instruments, as well as dancing and acting.

The program tackles challenges faced by children who are labelled problematic or slow learners at school. It challenges this mindset through the power of music.  The foundation has helped young people find direction in their lives.

We invite you to join us in supporting the foundation during Jazz Appreciation Month by sharing your memories of Moses Molelekwa and help raise much needed funding for his foundation on this link: https://gogetfunding.com/how-i-remember-moses-molelekwa-birthday-tribute/

Help us remember Moses Taiwa Molelekwa by sharing your tribute moments by posting your picture and a copy of your favourite copy of his album or link to his song on social media and tag us with the following hashtags.

#HowIRememberMosesMolelekwa

#4everjazzsa

#MosesMoleekwaArtsFoundation

#JazzAppreciationMonth

On the 17th April on Moses Molelekwa’s birthday – A selected number of 20 jazz artist will pay tribute to Moses Molelekwa with a live stream performance broadcast from 16h00 on Zoom Webnar to Youtube, facebook ,Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to watch this sterling lineup.

APRIL – JAZZ APPRECIATION MONTH (JAM)

A month created by UNESCO to annually celebrate the extraordinary heritage and history of jazz. The April activities are a lead up to the celebration of International Jazz Day on the 30th April.

JAM – It is intended to stimulate the current jazz scene and encourage people of all ages to participate in the jazz culture and arts by:

  • To study music
  • Attend concerts
  • Listen to jazz on radio, tv
  • Stream and download jazz music online
  • Read books on jazz and its creators
  • Participate in conversations
  • Support your favourite jazz artists and more….

Remember Jazz Unites – Jazz Serves – Jazz Loves!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s