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Imogen Heap in SA

2011-01-12 16:00
 
Cape Town – Grammy nominated multi-instrumentalist Imogen Heap will tour South Africa at the end of January.

Heap is known for her use of both traditional instrumentation and computers,  creating a sound with folk that reaches out both folk and technological sensibilities. Her sound has been described as "organic electronica".

Heap signed her first record contract at 18, and two years later released her debut album, iMegaphone.

In 2002, she embarked on a short collaborative journey with Guy Sigsworth, in the form of electronica duo Frou Frou. Their album, Details, exposed a pop-tinged side to her music.

Book at Computicket at their Checkers supermarket outlets, or via www.computicket.com or 083 915 8000.

Johannesburg: Emperors Palace, Theatre of Marcellus
Saturday, January 29 at 20:30 and Sunday January 30 at 15:00
Tickets R245-R435pp

Western Cape: Grabouw, Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre
Friday, February 4 at 20:00 and Saturday February 5 at 19:00
Gates for both shows open at 17:00.
Picnic basket option available for this venue. Tickets R395pp

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