11 June 2018
The SAMRO Foundation continues to provide quality support for numerous nonprofit music schools and arts projects around the country. The four arms of the SAMRO Foundation: Music Education, Stakeholder Hub, Archive and Concerts SA continue to work hard to help support and contribute to the National Arts. In the past month our new Chairman Kutlwano Masote, and new vice Chair, Nomfundo Xaluva, oversaw the allocation of just over R3 million to our partner organisations. We also were made proud by SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition laureates, Ntando Ngcapu and Darren English, who made waves at the 2018 Rabobank Amersfoort Jazz Festival in the Netherlands.
06 June 2018
SAMRO Foundation offers support to numerous initiatives, projects and institutions that promote the arts in Southern Africa. In the first meeting of our Board in 2016, the Foundation agreed to provide support to the projects outlined below.
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27 August 2017
African music was the biggest winner as two new kings of the keys were crowned during the SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition on Saturday night.
10 August 2017
Five of the twelve excellent semi-finalists of the 2017 SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition for Keyboard Players come from the Western Cape.
10 August 2017
Seven of the twelve excellent semi-finalists of the 2017 SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition for Keyboard Players come from the Gauteng.
06 July 2017
Thirteen young keyboard maestros will do “hand to hand combat” in the SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition in August.
06 June 2017
Three SAMRO Overseas Scholarships award winners will be travelling to the Netherlands to be featured as part of the Jazz Laureates Initiative at the Rabobank Amersfoort Jazz Festival between 8 and 11 June 2017.