SAMRO Foundation is a nonprofit organisation that manages the Corporate Social Investment portfolio of The Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO).
The International Institute of Philanthropy (IIP), an organisation whose vision is increase the understanding of philanthropy and improve its practice for the benefit of human kind, will confer an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Human Letters to Zimbabwe's most internationally renowned musical ambassador, Oliver Mtukudzi.
Mtukudzi, who is also a United Nations Children’s Fund Goodwill Ambassador, was previously awarded a Honorary Arts degree by the University of Zimbabwe and also Masters of Science in Fine Arts by Women University in Africa.
ASHA Trust is a not for profit organisation that establishes and supports formal and home-based early childhood centres in economically challenged communities.
ASHA Trust is hosting a BUSKAID Benefit Concert on 11 April 2015 in Parktown.
BUSKAID string ensemble performs special concert for a good cause, join the ASHA Trust for early childhood development for a night of musical inspiration to benefit preschool education in needy communities.
Tickets/Fee: R180 for adults and R125 for children, Book now at Computicket.
The Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) is a leading regional copyright administration business, dealing primarily with the administration of music composers’ and authors’ performing rights.
Concerts SA is a joint South African-Norwegian Live Music Development Programme receiving funding support from the Norwegian Embassy and SAMRO, and technical support from Rikskonsertene (Concerts Norway).
Keiskamma Music Academy was founded in 2006 by Helen Vosloo, one of South Africa’s leading classical musicians. In 2012, over 60 children are students at the Music Academy and its expansion project to neighbouring villages. Primary solo tuition is on recorder; all students learn the basis of classical and indigenous music through their recorder studies, in addition to theory classes and ensemble work with indigenous African instruments. Senior students take up an orchestral instrument as well. Fifteen students now study a range of orchestral instruments including violin, flute, clarinet