It’s been a while since I posted an earwig so without further ado here’s the Drakies doing what they do so well. Enjoy :-). mfi
The Drakensberg Boys Choir perform Uxam during their Wednesday afternoon concert on 6 April 2016. Been a while since I posted anything from this stunningly good South African boys choir. Enjoy :-) mfi
Let’s have an earwig from my favourite South African choir. Enjoy :-). mfi
Let’s start the weekend with the Drakies. Enjoy :-) mfi
The new boy song of 2015 (I’M GONNA SING), as performed during the New Boys first Wednesday concert on 25 February 2015
The boys of the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir giving an impromptu performance during the interval of a concert of African music given on December 3rd 2014 at their school. Every time I hear them sing I’m reminded of why their one of my all-time favourite choirs. Enjoy :-). mfi
Selga Mence is a Latvian composer whose songs for children are a joy (Short biography here). There’s a wonderful tradition of choral music in the Baltic Republics and this song is no exception. I was delighted to see a message in my inbox telling me that one of my favourite choirs had recorded this marvellous…
Wethelebuke, a SiSwati composition – as recorded on our campus in 2012 Enjoy :-) mfi
A group of very talented Drakies showing what they can do. They clearly enjoyed themselves greatly — Puts a grin on my face every time I watch it. Enjoy :-) mfi
Celebrating 4000 Facebook likes! Let the River Run as recorded on our campus in 2012 – music and lyrics by Carly Simon.
The boys of the Drakensberg Boys Choir, together with the Kärntner Landesjugendchor and the proTON Vokalensemble performing Amavolovolo live in concert on Wednesday 27 August 2014. Enjoy :-). mfi
I. Introitus: Requiem Aeternam II. Kyrie eleison What makes the Drakensberg Boys Choir so unique is the fact that they use boy tenors and bass as opposed to adult males and they sound incredible in this piece.
Oh my. mfi As performed live on Thursday 26 June 2014 – the Drakensberg Boys Choir and Chicago Children’s Choir performing I need You to Survive. Conducted by: Josephine Lee of the Chicago Children’s Choir
When a new year’s intake start attending the Drakensberg Boys Choir School they get five weeks of tuition in how to sing choral music. Then they give their first public performance. This year’s new boys sang Eugene Butler’s ‘Music is my Life’. Enjoy :-). mfi
As I’m sure you know by now I’m a fan of the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir I sometimes wonder how the boys progress musically when they leave the school, so I was very pleased indeed when this video of Ndumiso Manana turned up in my feed. He was unforgettable aged ten a decade ago — I…