Jazz Festival set for a come-back
• By Martha Nangombe
ASK any jazz enthusiast why they like the music, and you are likely to learn that many find it relaxing and soothing, a fact that science bears out.
Studies have shown that listening to calm jazz music reduces tension by stimulating the brain to produce alpha brain waves.
Perhaps this is one of the reasons why, as part of its ongoing support for the development of the arts and culture in Namibia, Bank Windhoek has contributed N0 000 to the Windhoek Jazz Festival, which will be held on October 7 at Windhoek High School’s Vegkop Stadium.
Bank Windhoek Head of Stakeholder Engagement, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Sponsorships, Bronwyn Moody, pointed out that the Windhoek Jazz Festival returns after a three-year COVID-19-induced hiatus.
“This is one of Namibia’s most anticipated events on the local, national, and international music scenes.
Bank Windhoek is proud to partner with the City of Windhoek in hosting the Windhoek Jazz Festival as a proud supporter of the growth of arts and culture in Namibia. The Windhoek Jazz Festival promises soulful melodies and enchanting performances, and We are proud to partner with the City of Windhoek in hosting this memorable event,” he said.
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