Timothy Moloi is one of South Africa’s most extraordinary talents. With his smooth-as-velvet voice and masterful range, Moloi is an established and formidable singer with a talent that ranks up amongst the all-time greats.
Highly revered and respected by his singing peers, Timothy has shared stages with some of the country’s finest acts, performed at some of the most prestigious events and been highly active in the music world. Book through Speakers Inc
Television performances have included two Miss South Africa pageants, Sabc3 Joburg Pops, the SABC2/Sowetan Community Builder Of The Year Awards and the Mnet “Heroes Against Crime” Awards, as well as several guest appearances on popular programmes such as Morning Live and Noot Vir Noot.
He has appeared in numerous stage productions, including Motown Gold at Emperor’s Palace, Little Shop Of Horrors at the Johannesburg Civic Theatre, His Way: A Tribute To Frank Sinatra for the Barnyard Theatres and Bring On Broadway for Artscape, as well as at The Playhouse Company’s 10th Anniversary celebrations in Durban. He was also recently seen in Motown Magic at The Lyric Theatre in Johannesburg.
A most memorable experience for him was performing for former-President Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel, as well as Crown Prince Willem Alexander and Princess Maxima of the Netherlands, at Douw Steyn’s farm ‘Shambala’ in the Waterberg.
He also performed at The Enthronement Of The King Of The Bafokeng at the Sun City Superbowl, and at the Acres Of Love Benefit at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles.
Other highlights have included performances at the Africa Peace Awards, Oprah Winfrey’s Live Your Best Life event, the 2010 Fifa World Cup Bid Banquet, the Nederberg Wine Auction, the Fancourt Ball, the FNB Starlight Pop Opera concert and at the opening of the new ICC Arena in Durban, on the same bill as Al Jarreau and George Benson.
Timothy Moloi has sung the South African National Anthem at several major South African sports events, including the Vodacom Tri-Nations and the Summer Cup.
He also performed at the send-off banquet for the Springboks, prior to their victory in the 2007 Rugby World Cup. Timothy Moloi performed at the announcement of the 2008 South African Paralympic Squad.
More recently Timothy performed at the Sa Cricket Season Launch, the Soccerex Gala Banquet, the Carnival Symphonic Pops, the Macufe Festival, the Aardklop National Arts Festival, the Nedbank Capital Ball, the Anglo Gold Jewelry Awards, the Sanlam Great Umbrella Ball, the 2008 Car Of The Year announcement and at the KZNPO Heartstrings Concert in Durban.
Timothy Moloi was also honoured to be invited to sing at Albertina Sisulu’s 90th birthday celebrations.