Incognito gives stage to performances by professional & up‑and‑coming jazz trios, Muneeb Hermans & Nick Williams every Thursday from 6:30 – 9pm, starting again from Thursday 11 February 2021. 

Deposit is R250 per person which goes toward your food and beverage for the evening.

Muneeb Herman
Trumpeter born in Cape Town, Started his musical Journey in the Cape Minstrel fraternity and later went off to Study Jazz Performance at The University of Cape Town. Muneeb plays regularly on the Cape Town Jazz scene and has Internationally performed in the UK, France, China, Seychelles, Spain and USA where he performed in the prestigious Carnegie Hall. MH has also performed at all major South African Jazz festivals on numerous occasions such as the Cape Town international Jazz festival, Standard Bank National Youth Jazz festival, and Joy of Jazz festival in Johannesburg. In 2016 Muneeb has also performed at The London Jazz Festival in Collaboration with Kinetika Bloco(UK) and The Little Giants(SA). Another Collaboration Project in 2013 between South Africa and France saw Muneeb and Artist Such as Benjamin Jephta, Marcus Wyatt and more travel to France to work with a Project Called Big Time.

Muneeb Hermans Has recorded on Sean Sanby’s 2020 Mzansi Jazz Award Nomination Album “Out of The Candlelight” and is also a 2020 Award Recipient for The Virtual National Arts festival Makhanda, The Award Recognized Muneeb Hermans Quintet Stand out Performance at this years Online Festival.

Muneeb has shared the stage with the likes of Caiphus Semenya, Errol Dyers, Tete Mbambisa, Jimmy Dludlu, Mark Fransman, Buddy Wells and many more.

Muneeb Hermans was also The Trumpeter for the Prestigious Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Band which was Led by Buddy Wells, The band hasn’t stopped after being Selected for the 2017 National Band, and has since formed a Group Called New Age Offering which has successful Completed a National Tour of Johannesburg and Durban over the past few years.

Muneeb is currently working on his debut album which is set for release late 2020 or Early 2021.

Nicholas Williams
Nicholas Williams is a Pianist, Bassist and composer from Cape Town, South Africa. He is an active member of the Cape Town jazz and popular music scene playing with various acts as a pianist, bassist. He is the leader of the Nick Williams Project for which he is the Pianist and composer and released his self-produced debut album “Light and Dark” in 2016. He is also a founding member of the band Zingara featuring Italian singer Francesca Biancoli and drummer Kurt Diedericks.

He has performed with South African artists Mark Fransman, Buddy Wells, Rus Nerwich, Kesivan Naaidoo, Louis Maholo, Kevin Gibson, Bokani Dyer, Reza Khota, Jonno Sweetman, Andile Yenana, Yonela Mnana, Lee Thomson, Gavin Minter, Claude Cozens, Keenan Ahrends, Mandla Mlangeni, Alvin and Errol Dyers and has performed with award winning artists Vicky Sampson, Beatenberg and Tresor. He has performed all over South Africa and internationally in Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He also works as a composer, producer and session musician for various artists nationally and internationally.