Steve Dyer looks at humanity through music

Saxophonist Steve Dyer's latest project has come together in a show called "Colour Me Human: A New World".

702's Azania Mosaka spoke to saxophonist, Steve Dyer, about what people can expect from his latest offering at Joburg Theatre.

What pleases me is if the audience can feel something rather than try to understand it analytically,

Steve Dyer, saxophonist

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