• Our Mission

    Philippi Music Project is a social entreprise aiming at offering an infrastructure to the musicians from the townships of Cape Town.

    We believe that Music has an amazing power to attract, develop and enhance creativity in local communities, and can be used to connect people together to foster capacity learnings and personal development for young people from the townships.

  • Our Model

  • Our Yearly Impact

    The objective of the programme in figures

    840

    Hours of professional studio time provided at an affordable rate

    500

    Artists from the townships of Cape Town reached through the studio services

    240

    Artists attending our workshops and skill transfer masterclasses

    12

    Events organized in the townships

    1,800

    People attending our events, 59% of them coming from outside the townships

    R72,000

    Of economic spinoffs in the townships through our events (transport, food, beverage, suppliers...)

  • Our Calendar

  • Our Studio

    Our 12 meter container studio is located a the heart of the secured

    business hub, Philippi Village, located in Philippi township.

     

  • Listen to our artists

    a short preview of what you will here from the Philippi Music Project recording studio - these tracks are coming from the music contest we organized in 2014 and are going to be featured on our first compilation, Reclaiming The Bass

  • In the Media

    Au Cap... Ouest France - July 2016

    Afrique du Sud, le beau projet-

    Le Télégramme - July 2016

    Philippi Music Project

    Blacks to the future - June 2016

    INITIATIVE : PHILIPPI MUSIC PROJECT - June 2016

    Music is the Brain, Rhythm is the hear - 

    Anybody Zine - May 2016

    Philippi artists on course for a studio -

    News24 - May 2016

    This may be one of the most important project for the SA Music Industry

    Pulse Radio - May 2016

  • Our Team

    Sibusiso Nyamakazi

    co-founder and executive manager

    Sibusiso Nyamakazi is a 24 year old writer, MC and Musician involved in several social upliftment projects in and around his community, Philippi.

    He studied Management at CPUT and is a facilitator of social and youth development workshops. He runs alongside his team of founders and poets a social conscious poetry movement called "social poetics" using poetry as a tool to facilitate healthy dialogues in society.


     

    Baptiste Guillemet

    co-founder and manager

    Baptiste Guillemet is a French entrepreneur, music producer and

    festival organizer. He has worked for 2 years as a business consultant in cultural industries in Paris. He has a Master degree of Science in Management from the

    ESSEC Business School and studied entrepreneurship and social innovation at the UCT Graduate School of Business in Cape Town.
     

     

    Ludwig Peter 

    fundraising & partnerships

    Ludwig Peter, is a 29 year old teacher, DJ and event organiser from Germany. He studied English literature and language, teaching, sociology and politics at University of Augsburg/Germany and University of Cape Town. He has been rooted in the music event organizing business for six years now and is taking care of the growing network.

     

    Lena Posch

    Creative director

    Lena Astarte Posch studied Multimedia in Germany and photography in Istanbul, while exploring different realities and perspectives. She works as an artist, entrepreneur and graphic designer in different parts of the world with a focus on global social and political issues and relations. Working for the Philippi Music Project as a creative director combines her passion for social innovation, art and music.

     

  • Our Partners

    a strong ecosystem to empower the artists, join it!

    Playing for Change Foundation

    SAB Foundation

    Inyanda Youth Network

    Recordbox Sessions

    Bertha Centre for Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship

    Britecap

  • Connect With Us

    facebook

    twitter

    gmail

    We are crowdfunding!

  • Resources for Musicians

    For in-depth resources, please contact philippimusicproject@gmail.com