When you hear big voice, exceptional acting and moves like Jagger, you probably might think of John Legend or Usher, though in this instance you’ll find all this and more in Thabo K. Makgolo.
A Tshwane University of Technology Performing Arts: Vocal Art and University of Cape Town Postgraduate graduate. Thabo exemplifies an affinity to learn every aspect of the industry, both in Performance, Music Technology and Arts Administration, harnessing an awareness and understanding that being an artist requires one to have the mindset of an entrepreneur, and not only wait for opportunities, but create them.
He has played leading roles in a reduction of The Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan to rave reviews in both Pretoria and Durban, and in operas like Così fan tutte, La Bohème, Tales of Hoffmann, Princess Magogo to name a few in leading roles with renowned South African directors, and done short local short films and performed in local and international concerts, one of which was in Sweden to commemorate World Aids Day on behalf of South Africa.
His work at the Artscape Theatre Centre and Cape Town Opera producing local and international theatre, bringing his talents on the stage to behind-the-stage. He is a multi-versatile, skilled young man filled with aspiration, willingness and the potential to take the industry by storm, and embark on challenges across the spectrum.
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