A CAPELLA music outfit, Stand Music, who are set to launch their fourth album on December 10 at 7 Arts Theatre in Harare, say they have struck fruitful collaborations with two South African groups — Sweet Symphony and Simon and Esther — who will also grace their launch.
BY LORRAINE MUROMO
The Seventh Day Adventist’s outfit’s new album is titled Vaka Noah.
The group’s music director, Tanaka Muza, said they were ecstatic to be working with the South African acapella outfits that will grace their launch as supporting acts.
“We are very happy with having the best two acts on board to support us for the launch,” he told a Press briefing on Monday.
Sweet Symphony manager, Blessing Hloni Ratsela confirmed that they were keen to work with Stand Music and their marriage would produce fireworks.
“People should expect a moment of worship with lyrics that speak highly of the coming of the Lord and a moment of connecting with the group and understanding its intent. We hope that people will be blessed,” he said.
The group has sung in most of the Adventist churches in and around Harare and as well as in Mutare, Gweru, Bulawayo, Chinhoyi, Bindura, Kwekwe and Kadoma.
They had also been invited to minister in other denominations including Faith World Ministries, His Presence Ministries International, New Life, Anglican and Zaoga, apart from their international forays in Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, South Africa and Malawi.