Wed, Oct 23, 2019
Fleur Barron as Orphée. Picture: Joan Ward

Review: Orphée et Eurydice

Polish and originality ensure a rewarding evening of a quirky take on Orphée et Eurydice, which is sleekly accompanied by the Cape Town Pops Orchestra
Daniel Kharitonov Interview

Daniel Kharitonov: Interview

Pianist Daniel Kharitonov is back in South Africa to perform with Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra in its Friends of Orchestral Music Benefit Gala
Cellist Garry Hoffman / Violoncelliste / Dolve Volta

Cellist Gary Hoffman: Interview

Sensational cellist Gary Hoffman performs on a 1662 Nicolo Amati in the CPO, KZNPO and JPO August Symphony season
Matthew Wild interview: Orphée et Eurydice

Matthew Wild interview: Orphée et Eurydice

Matthew Wild will be directing Gluck’s Orphée et Eurydice opera, the first time this work is being tackled by Cape Town Opera
Natasha Paremski

Natasha Paremski plays Grieg: Interview

Pianist Natasha Paremski will play the Grieg Piano Concerto with the CPO. She speaks to Peta Stewart about her career
Msaki Nal’ithemba and Zeneliza: How the Water Moves

Msaki and Three African Songs: Interview

Singer-songwriter Msaki will perform Hendrik Hofmeyr’s Three African Songs with Germany’s youth orchestra. She talks to Peta Stewart
Recorder player Erik Bosgraaf appears at the Cape Town Baroque Festival

Seven day Cape Town Baroque Festival

Cape Town Baroque Festival 2019 expands its reach across Cape Town’s city centre with a more diverse programme of Baroque music

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