Energy, colour, dance and struggle songs is what you can expect from the Soweto Gospel Choir at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF) on Friday night.
Music Director of the group Diniloxolo Ndlakuse says apart from their gospel melodies, festival lovers should be prepared for a variety of genres from the choir.
"We have worked hard on making sure that the set list included only the best of what South Africans love and enjoys. We will take our audience on a journey that will remind them of we are as a nation," Ndlakuse.
The choir was formed in Soweto in 2002 by two choir directors, David Mulovhedzi and Beverly Bryer, to celebrate the unique and inspirational power of African Gospel music.
It consists of more than 30 members and performed at the first of the 46664 concerts for Nelson Mandela.