Bill Holland kindly took over as Musical Director for 2018 when the previous leader, Kendra Balmer, had to return to the USA.
Bill has a wide interest in music, both classical and jazz. Trained as a clarinettist, percussionist and conductor, he has performed and directed in South Africa for many years. While principal percussionist of the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra, director of the Cape Town Male Voice Choir, director and conductor of many of the most popular of the musicals staged in Cape Town and leading JaZZaTTaC, Bill has also found time for other, diverse interests. He has adjudicated at Eisteddfods across the country and been heavily involved in Autism South Africa and the Rotary Club of Newlands.

Bill and Kendra succeeded Winsome Fourie, who successfully filled the role of musical director for many years (2007 - 2017).
Commander Mike Oldham was the choir’s first musical director.

Dina Potgieter succeeded Alison Lockyer in May 2012 as accompanist of the choir. Dina has the Bachelor of Music degree (violin) as well as the Teacher’s Licentiate (piano). She is qualified as a voice and church organ musician and acquired the LTCL diploma (piano) in Windhoek. She was Head of Department for Piano, Organ, Keyboard and Harpsichord at the College of Arts in Windhoek after lecturing there for years. She was also appointed as the representative of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in Namibia from 1996 to 2010.

Dina recently moved to Cape Town, where she is furthering her development as a pianist, accompanist and music teacher.