Nedbank Grey College Music Festival 2022
Nedbank Grey College Music Festival 2022 August 2022. This year Grey College Secondary School will host its 17th Music Festival in the Callie Human Hall at the University of the Free State. To catch the Grey College mass choir in action, join us on the following two dates: Friday 26th August and Saturday 27th August 2022. Both shows will start at 19:00.
This year it is an honour to welcome Old Grey, Tshepo Mokoena, along with Liezel Pieters and Timothy Moloi who will be sharing the stage with Grey College’s talented learners. During his high school years at Grey College, Mokoena was the lead drummer in the school’s Boereorkes. Today he is a well-known gospel artist. Famousfor her songs Asemloos, Ons Sal Self, In Ons Bloed and Droë Riviere, Pieters is an avid supporter of animal rights. Moloi has performed at spectacular events such as the South African Music Awards, Miss South Africa Pageants and the Tri Nations. Songs such as Love Is Never Blind, Cry Me a Rivier and Libiama are proof as to why Moloi belongs on stage.
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Thank you to Nedbank and The University of the Free State. Grey College School is Grey’tful for the difference Nedbank and UFS make in the lives of young learners by providing a platform where they can showcase their talent.
‘After the tough past two years, Nedbank is once again proud and Grey’tful to sponsor this iconic music festival which aligns with our purpose to do good, not forgetting playing a role unearthing the voices of the future,’ says Marius Volschenk, Nedbank Regional Manager for the Relationship Channel in the
Free State. Young and old, everyone is invited to come and experience this prestigious highlight on the school’s
calendar. Tickets are available on Quicket. Friday 26 August: