Fezeka's Voice

16.11.2010 (18:20)

Venue

Curzon Soho
99 Shaftesbury Avenue
London W1D 5DY
Tel: 0871 7033 988

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Fezeka's Voice

Fezeka's Voice is the story of one man, Phumi Tsewu, and the choir to which he has dedicated the last 12 years of his life: the award winning Fezeka High School Choir. This is the story of how one man's infectious love of music has inspired 77 under-priviledged children to embrace focus, confidence, self-belief and an unwavering faith in their own futures.

This film follows Phumi as well as three of his most talented singers; Busi, 16, Nokwanda, 17, and Zukisa, also 17 as they, along with the rest of the choir gear up for the trip of a lifetime. They have been invited to perform in England as part of the Salisbury International Arts Festival; a monumental event, not only because it will be Phumi’s first opportunity ever to take his choir abroad, but also because for all 77 kids, it will be their first time outside the borders of South Africa. It is almost unheard of for a choir of this size to gain full sponsorship for a trip abroad and so it is a magical time for Fezeka's choir as they begin to understand what it is to feel wanted, accepted, proud.

More details on www.fezeka.com

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