We have just received word that the show scheduled for Saturday, October 21 has to be canceled. More details to follow and if you are a ticketholder we will contact the purchaser on record and will start the refund process.
In 2015, Clegg was diagnosed with cancer and underwent chemotherapy. Throughout the treatment, he continued to tour locally and internationally. As he is currently in remission, Clegg decided to use this opportunity to perform a final set of concerts to thank his fans for their support over the years.
Through his bands Juluka and Savuka, Clegg pioneered a uniquely South African hybrid music during a time of cultural and racial segregation. His music always offered a vision of how South Africans could find each other and the possibilities of a non-racial future. He’s earned millions of record sales, countless awards and nominations (including a Grammy nomination) and multiple international releases, all eagerly consumed by a truly global audience. He was the forerunner of combining Western musical styles with African ones, sparking a revolution in South African music that can be still be heard in the work of artists today.
Most potently, Clegg’s ability to illuminate the connectedness of all human beings through his music meant he was a pioneer of social cohesion in South Africa. He also provided a portal for international audiences to gain a deeper understanding of the anti-apartheid movement and the journey towards, and ultimately into, freedom. For this, Clegg has received many different honors, including an OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire), the South African Order of Ikhamanga, and the French Chevalier des Arts et Lettres (Knight of Arts and Letters) , as well as several honorary doctorates.
Presented with Kirschner Concerts.