The Marriott Classic Music Festival in Franschhoek
21 - 23 October 2016

 

Tickets for the NG Church Concerts:  R100 are available at  www.webtickets.co.zaand the door.  Performance time: (70 mins)Sonatas for Violin and Piano

Patrick Goodwin (violin) and Reese Barkhuizen (piano)
Friday 21 October  7:30 pm
NG Church, Franschhoek  

Outstanding young Cape Town-based musicians Patrick Goodwin (violin) and Reese Barkhuizen (piano) open the festival with three richly hued, expressive and favourite sonatas for violin and piano; Mozart in E minor, Beethoven’s final violin sonata op. 96 and Norwegian Edvard Grieg’s Sonata no. 3 in C minor.  The last work adds dramatic flourish to any festival programme!  Goodwin is the concertmaster of the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and is much in demand as a soloist and chamber musician.  The duo have performed extensively in concert together.

 

Andulucian Nights
James Grace (guitar) with Saudiq Khan  (guitar)
Saturday 22 October   11:30 am
NG Church, Franschhoek

‘Andalucian Nights’ features original flamenco guitar music with leading flamenco exponent Saudiq Khan and arrangements of flamenco-inspired classics by performed by James Grace.  The classics are celebrated compositions by Isaac Albeniz, Joaquin Turina and Joaquin Rodrigo. They combine this with a contemporary mix of popular Spanish music in their own versions for two guitars by luminaries such as Paco de Lucia, Al di Meola and the Gypsy Kings.  Don't miss this exciting  and energetic collaboration!
Supported by LA FONTANA GUESTHOUSE

 

Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight’
Christopher Duigan (piano)
Sunday 23 October   12:00 noon
NG Church, Franschhoek
    

In an ongoing exploration of Beethoven’s sonatas at the Franschhoek Music Festivals, Christopher Duigan plays three Beethoven sonatas in a Sunday morning performance at the historic NG Church. The three sonatas clearly represent what is often referred to as the ‘early, middle and late’ periods of the composer’s compositional style and life  - they are the Sonatas in F op.10 no. 2, the popular  ”Moonlight’ op. 27 no. 2 in C-sharp minor  and op. 109 in E.  Music by Schumann from his Noveletten op. 21  and Brahms Intermezzi Op 118 complete the selection.
Christopher Duigan is a Steinway Artist.

 

CANDLELIGHT SOIREE
Twenty Beautiful Piano Classics - Christopher Duigan
Saturday 22 OCTOBER 6:30 for 7:00 pm
Café Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine
R550 includes a three-course meal.

Enjoy a superb evening of the world’s most beautiful piano music in a magical setting. Christopher Duigan plays and introduces twenty short popular piano solos in this intimate, candlelit  evening at Cafe Bon Bon. Well known for his innovative presentation of familiar piano selections, Duigan combines brilliant piano playing with easy-going anecdotes on the music.  Included are the Rondo all Turca, Clair de lune, Rustle of Spring, Minute Waltz, Liebestraume, Greig’s Wedding Day at Troldhaugen and many more.
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936  
Sponsored by MARRIOTT, The Income Specialists

 

BON BON FINALE
Baroque Swing - Charl du Plessis Trio
Sunday 23 OCTOBER  12:30 for 1:00 pm
Café Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine
R450 includes a three-course meal.

The Charl du Plessis Trio make their début at the Marriott Classic Music Festival in Franschhoek. This concert will feature Steinway Artist Charl du Plessis (piano), Werner Spies (bass) and Peter Auret (drums) playing Du Plessis’ signature arrangements of music by Bach, Vivaldi alongside jazz masterpieces by Duke Ellington, Dave Brubeck and Chick Corea. This trio has just released their first international album Baroqueswing Vol. II on the Swiss records label Claves and regularly tours to China, Holland and Switzerland.
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936 
Sponsored by MARRIOTT, The Income Specialists

The Marriott Classic Music Festival in Franschhoek is sponsored by Marriott, The Income Specialists. The Festival, now in its 14th year is presented by Christopher Duigan’s Music Revival and supported by La Fontaine Guesthouse,  La Petite Dauphine, Ian Burgess-Simpson Pianos and David Walters Ceramics Gallery

Contact MUSIC REVIVAL 083 4174473
 


 

JOHANNESBURG MUSICAL SOCIETY
THE PERCY BANESHIK MEMORIAL CONCERT

TRIO FRONTIÈRE
JUNNAN SUN clarinet
CHRISTOPHER DUIGAN piano
ARISTIDE DU PLESSIS cello
Saturday 12 November: 20:00
LINDER AUDITORIUM, JOHANNESBURG

Led by one of South Africa's most engaging performers, pianist Christopher Duigan, the trio is rapidly becoming recognised as a fine addition to South African musical life. Clarinettist Junnan Sun won First Prize at the Stockholm International Music Competition and has performed in such élite venues as the Berlin Konzerthaus and London's Royal Albert Hall. Cellist Aristide du Plessis studied in Switzerland, where he won the Kiwanis Chamber Music Prize. All three musicians perform regularly with South African orchestras, as well as abroad. They offer a delightful programme for this year-end concert

Programme:
Beethoven : Clarinet Trio in B Flat Major, Opus 11
Saint-Saëns : Clarinet Sonata Opus 167
Brahms : Clarinet Trio in A Minor, Opus 114

Booking is at Computicket, or tickets available at the Linder Auditorium Box Office one hour before the start of the performance.
Please note: there is NO Credit Card facility at Linder Auditorium Box Office.
For more info: 011 728 5492 or 083 228 2917.


PREVIOUS EVENTS

Celebrated concert pianist, Christopher Duigan, will be performing the music of Frédéric Chopin at St Andrew’s Church in Greenpoint, Cape Town at 3 pm on Saturday, August 20. 

He will be playing the composer’s Ballade No 3, waltzes in E-flat, A minor and B minor, three Etudes from Op. 10, Scherzo No. 1, and a selection of Nocturnes.

The Pietermaritzburg-based concert pianist will also be discussing the insight he gained into Chopin and his music on a trip to Warsaw in Poland and the Chopin Museum last year. 

Tickets for the concert are R150 (R100 concessions) at www.quicket.co.za.


CHRISTOPHER DUIGAN plays CHOPIN

3:00 pm Sunday, 19 June
Brooklyn Theatre in Menlyn Park, Pretoria

 

CELEBRATED concert pianist, Christopher Duigan, will be performing the music of Frédéric Chopin at the Brooklyn Theatre in Menlyn Park Pretoria at 3 pm on Sunday, June 19.

He will be playing the composer’s Ballade No 3, waltzes in E-flat, A minor and B minor, three Etudes from Op. 10, Scherzo No. 1,  and a selection of Nocturnes. 

The Pietermaritzburg-based concert pianist will also be discussing the insight he gained into Chopin and his music on a trip to Warsaw in Poland and the Chopin Museum last year.
Duigan, a Steinway Artist, has devoted much time to the study and performance of Chopin’s music in his professional career over the last 25 years and was invited to give two recital programmes of his music at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown in 2010 on the 200th anniversary of the composer's birth.
Tickets for the concert are R150 (R130 senior and R90 student) in block A and R130 (R110 senior and R90 student) in block B. To book phone 078 513 2074 or 072 126 8199. 
The Brooklyn Theatre is at the Greenlyn Village Centre, corner of Thomas Edison and 13th Streets, Menlo Park.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to everyone who attended our concerts!  What a fantastic weekend it was!

 

Autumn Music Weekend in Franschhoek


Friday 13 to Sunday 15 May 2016
To coincide with the Franschhoek Literary Festival
A series of concerts in the NG Church, Franschhoek and Cafe Bon Bon

        

NG Church, Franschhoek   

Highly Strung: Guitar and Piano Duo
Friday 13 May  7:00 pm  
Guitarist James Grace joins Christopher Duigan in a popular selection of favourites from this exciting and innovative duo's repertoire - classical, jazz, pop and standards. 

The Genius of Chopin
Saturday 14 May  11:30 am  
Christopher Duigan plays piano music by Frederic Chopin including the Ballade No. 3, Waltzes, Nocturnes and Scherzo No.1.

Mozart and Beethoven with the Juliet String Quartet
Sunday 15 May   11:30 am   
The exciting new Juliet Quartet play Beethoven's String Quartet Op 18 and Mozart’s Pianos Concerto in A K.414 with Christopher Duigan (piano).

        

Cafe Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine  

CANDLE LIGHT SOIRÉE
Saturday 14 May   7:00 pm
 
Christopher Duigan repeats his Chopin selection along with music by Liszt and Debussy.   Experience a sublime evening of Romantic piano music in a magnificent setting.
 

 

TANGO DEL FUEGO
Sunday 15 May  1:00 pm

Cape Town Tango Ensemble players Stanislav Angelov (accordion), Charles Lazar (bass) and Piet de Beer (violin) join Christopher Duigan in a spirited tango music performance.
 


The Autumn Music Weekend in Franschhoek is kindly supported by Ian Burgess-Simpson Pianos

 

 

 

 


 

THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT                
MIKE ROSSI   saxophones, flute and clarinet
CHRISTOPHER DUIGAN   piano
Generously sponsored by the Lloys-Ellis family

Bouchard Finlayson Winery
Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th December 2015
Wine & Canapés from  5.45 pm for 6.30 pm
Tickets:  R200    from Helen  028 3121485 or Debby 028 3131633
In aid of the Hermanus Cancer Fund   PBO 930043889

A unique crossover concert with Mike Rossi (saxophone) and Christopher Duigan. Gatheringthreads from the American Songbook,  jazz standards and their own original material,  this collaboration offers both musicians a chance to explore and find common ground in a unique enterprise.  US-born Mike Rossi, much in demand throughout the country and internationally at major jazz festivals, heads the Jazz Studies programme at UCT.   He now teams up with classical pianist Christopher Duigan in an extraordinary crossover collaboration that offers unique opportunity and challenge to both. Also includes a selection of seasonal material.

 
 

THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED OUR FESTIVAL !

The Marriott Classic Music Festival in franschhoek  was

30 October to 1 November 2015
 

TWELVE STRINGS TWO GUITARS
Morgan Szymanski and James Grace (guitars) 
Friday 30 October 7:30 pm
NG Church, Franschhoek  

 

STARDUST
Mike Rossi (sax) and Christopher Duigan (piano)
Saturday 31 October   11:30 am
NG Church, Franschhoek

A unique crossover concert with Mike Rossi (saxophone) and Christopher Duigan. Gatheringthreads from the American Songbook,  jazz standards and their own original material,  this collaboration offers both musicians a chance to explore and find common ground in a unique enterprise.  US-born Mike Rossi, much in demand throughout the country and internationally at major jazz festivals, heads the Jazz Studies programme at UCT.   He now teams up with classical pianist Christopher Duigan in an extraordinary crossover collaboration that offers unique opportunity and challenge to both.
Supported by LA FONTAINE GUESTHOUSE

 

BEETHOVEN'S TEMPEST
Christopher Duigan (piano)
Sunday 1 November   11:30 am
NG Church, Franschhoek  
   

Christopher Duigan plays a inspired selection of music for a Sunday morning classical recital in the historic NG Church. Included is music by Mozart, Chopin and Debussy along with Beethoven’s celebrated ‘Tempest’ Sonata. According to Anton Schindler, Beethoven’s secretary and first biographer, the composer said that those wishing to understand this music should read Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’. It is widely acknowledged as one of the composer’s great masterpieces.
Christopher Duigan is a Steinway Artist.

 

ALL THAT JAZZ
Classics of Gershwin and Cole Porter
Saturday 31 OCTOBER 12:30 for 1:00 pm
Café Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine

Join the Mike Rossi Quartet in a relaxed afternoon of entertaining jazz standards.  While away the afternoon with a glass of wine and lunch under the oak tress (weather permitting) or in the CafeBon Bon studio. Rossi and Co play an entertaining selection of favourite Gershwin and Cole Porter songs. With Andrew Ford–piano, Wesley Rustin-double bass, Heinrich Goosen-drums and Mike Rossi (sax and flute)
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936      
Sponsored by MARRIOTT, The Income Specialists

 

GRAND SOIREE: I Want to Sing in Opera
Saturday 31 OCTOBER 6:30 for 7:00 pm
Café Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine
R475 includes a three-course meal.

Three superb voices gather for a glamorous evening at Cafe Bon Bon. Celebrated mezzo Violina Anguelov is joined by long-time colleague Beverley Chiat (soprano) in a superb and entertaining selection of opera duets and arias. They have delighted audiences nation-wide together for many years.  They are joined by the young tenor Lokhnayo Moyake who is fast becoming a ‘hot ticket’ on the scene.  Expect spectacular performances from ‘Carmen’, La Boheme’, ‘Rigoletto’, ‘La Traviata’ and comic moments in this beautifully styled and created programme. Christopher Duigan accompanies at the piano.
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936   
Sponsored by MARRIOTT, The Income Specialists
      

BON BON FINALE  - THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT  - BUT DO CALL IN CASE OF A 'GOOD WEATHER' BOOKING ON THE DAY.
Sunday 1 NOVEMBER 12:30 for 1:00 pm
Café Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine
R450 includes a three-course meal.

A gathering of three versatile musicians in one festive performance provides great entertainment for a relaxed Sunday Lunch Concert. Guitarist James Grace, Stanislav Anguelov (accordion) and Christopher Duigan (piano) create many superb moments in a varied and easy-going presentation. With music from classical, tango, jazz, pop repertoire and a unique collaboration between the three, anything can happen! 
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936   
Sponsored by MARRIOTT, The Income Specialists

 

The Marriott Classic Music Festival  in Franschhoek is produced and directed by Christopher Duigan's MUSIC REVIVAL.

 

 


The Italian Institute of Culture in collaboration with
UJ Arts & Culture (a division of the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture)
and Christopher Duigan’s Music Revival present

LA MUSICA DELL’ITALIANO
Beverly Chiat (soprano), Violina Anguelov (mezzo-soprano), Njabulo Madlala (baritone) and Federico Freschi (baritone)
Christopher Duigan (piano).
Sunday, 25 October 2015 at 16h00
UJ Arts Centre, University of Johannesburg Kingsway Campus, Auckland Park
RSVP essential to Precious Maputle: precious@uj.ac.za
A FREE CONCERT

Gauteng audiences will have a unique opportunity to enjoy a concert with four of South Africa’s most acclaimed voices at the University  of Johannesburg’s Arts Centre on Sunday, October 25.

To celebrate the month of Italian language and culture abroad, The Italian Institute of Culture in collaboration with UJ Arts & Culture (a division of the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture) and Christopher Duigan’s Music Revival present a gala opera performance to remember at UJ Arts Centre on the University of Johannesburg’s Kingsway Campus starting at 16h00. Entrance is free.

The programme, titled LA MUSICA DELL’ITALIANO, includes a feast of Italian operatic highlights, duets and ensembles from La BohemeBarber of SevilleLa Traviata and other operas, plus music by Leonvavllo, Puccini, Mozart and Verdi. 

The finale will see the featured four soloists on stage together with members of the famed UJ Choir in Verdi’s anthem Va, pensiero or Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Nabucco.

Featured in this gala event are Cape Town-based soloists Beverly Chiat (soprano) and Violina Anguelov (mezzo-soprano).   Both graduates of UCT Opera School, Chiat and Angeulov have maintained busy careers on major opera stages and as sought-after oratorio soloists with major orchestras nationally. 

They have also worked together as a duo in an extensive line-up of informal events resulting in a infectious and easy stage chemistry. 

Standard Bank Young Artist for Music 2014, baritone, Njabulo Madlala,  who is now based in  London, joins them on stage, as does fellow baritone  Federico Freschi, Dean of the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at the University of Johannesburg.  Freschi maintains a unique double career as concert artist and Dean of the Faculty.

The singers are supported and accompanied by acclaimed musical director and pianist Christopher Duigan.

LA MUSICA DELL’ITALIANO,   featuring a popular selection of classic melodies and operatic passion and drama, takes place at the UJ Theatre, Kingsway Campus, Auckland Park  on Sunday, October 25 2015 at 16h00. 

Admission is free but booking is essential. To reserve your seats contact Precious Maputle via email at precious@uj.ac.za or phone 011 559 3058.


 

On Saturday 11 July Music Revival presents a celebration of French song 'La vie et la musique’ at Cafe Bon Bon for  Franschhoek's Bastille weekend.   The popular  stage personality and operatic baritone Federico Freschi is joined by Christopher Duigan at the piano. Both are sought-after performers on South Africa's concert stages. Their selection of French music  features a choice of classic French songs, operatic arias from Gounod's Faust and Bizet's Carmen and from the genre of popular French song, La Vie en Rose, Autumn Leaves and Plaisir d'amour. A select clutch  of songs form Cole Porter’s Paris years are also featured. The song selection theis interleaved with piano solos from Debussy, Satie and Ravel including Debussy’s Clair de lune.

The 'Bastille soirée: La Vie at la musique' is presented at Cafe Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine on Saturday 11 July.  Tickets are R450 which includes a three course meal served at 7:00 pm.    Booking for these popular evenings at Cafe Bon Bon  is essential.  Tel. Cafe Bon Bon 021 876 3936.


INTERNATIONAL STEINWAY ARTIST CHRISTOPHER DUIGAN AND SPANISH SAXOPHONE VIRTUOSO DAVID SALLERAS ARE TOURING SOUTH AFRICA TO LAUNCH THEIR NEW CD INDIGO

CD LAUNCH - INDIGO: THE LONG-AWAITED CD OF ORIGINAL MUSIC FROM CHRISTOPHER DUIGAN

Since his first visit to South Africa in October 2012, virtuoso saxophonist  David Salleras has been collaborating on a project of concerts and recordings of original music with Christopher Duigan.  Regarded as one of the world leaders in contemporary classical saxophone players Salleras (who is based in Barcelona, Spain)  has attracted international attention though his fluency in a variety of musical styles. In addition his innovative compositions which incorporate  traditional flamenco idioms with contemporary and  avant grade performing techniques are performed by saxophonists worldwide.

His partnership with Steinway artist and  leading South African concert pianist Christopher Duigan has focussed however on something quite different;  Duigan's own original music for saxophone and piano. Created over a number a years Salleras has expressed a particular interest in this new music which he sees as a valuable contribution to the saxophone repertoire.  The music, suitable for concert and teaching material, includes 'Six Pint Sized Pieces', 'Four KZN Landscapes',  'Soledad' and 'Indigo'.   Scores will be published and available under Salleras edition.

A typical recital performance by Salleras and Duigan includes selections from their vibrant world music repertoire from Spain and Argentina, film music,  plus selections from both the Duigan and Salleras repertoire.  These performances have taken place in Music in The Mountains (Drakensberg Boys Choir School), Cape Town (UCT),  Franschhoek Classic Music Festival,  Tatham Art Gallery (Pietermaritzburg) and Brooklyn Theatre (Pretoria).  A major highlight was the recent performances by Salleras with Duigan at the piano in thee Piazzolla numbers - Libertango,  Oblivion and Adios nonino   - with the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra in Durban City Hall.  This selection was repeated in  Pietermaritzburg in October 2014.

 

  • JOHANNESBURG, Friday 19 June - Private Event, Northwards House

  • UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG
    Saturday 20 June 7:30 pm 
    UJ Arts Centre Theatre - Kingsway Campus.
    Tickets:  R150 at Computicket or 011 559 3058

  • PRETORIA, Brooklyn Theatre,
    Sunday 28 June 3:00 pm  
    Tickets: R70 - R150  
    Booking  012 460 6033  Email:info@brooklyntheatre.co.za

  • FRANSCHHOEK, Cafe Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine
    Saturday 4 July  7:00 pm
    R450 BOOKING ESSENTIAL  Cafe Bon Bon 021 876 3936

     


An Autumn Music Weekend in Franschhoek

Friday 15 to Sunday 17  May 2015
To coincide with the Franschhoek Literary Festival
A series of concerts in the NG Church, Franschhoek  and Cafe Bon Bon

NG Church, Franschhoek   
FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO
Friday 15 May 7:00 pm  
International concert violinist and member of the Carnegie Hall Young Artists Programme  “The Academy”, Joanna Frankel plays a celebratory programme of music by Elgar, Gershwin, and Ravel for a evening recital with Christopher Duigan (piano).

FOR PIANO
Saturday 16 May  12:00 noon  
Steinway pianist Christopher Duigan plays a varied recital of solo piano music by FJ Haydn, Frederic Chopin, and ‘water themed’ music by Franz Liszt, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel.   

FOR TWO GUITARS
Sunday 17 May   12:00 noon   
South African  classical guitarist James Grace joins young guitarist Chloe Murphy in a programme of music for two guitars.  Music by John Dowland and Isaac Albéniz, with original duo works by Fernando Sor and Maximo Diego Pujol. 


Cafe Bon Bon at La Petite Dauphine  
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936. 


GRAND SOIREE
Violina Anguelov (mezzo soprano) and  Lukhanyo Moyake (tenor) with  Christopher Duigan  (piano)     
Saturday 16 May   7:00 pm  
R450 Includes a three course meal.
An exciting opera evening featuring two magnificent voices.  Violina Anguelov  has earned a stellar reputation as SA’s top mezzo and introduces the young tenor, Lukhanyo Moyake.  They sing celebrated arias, duets and songs from Carmen, Samson and Delilah, La Traviata, Rigoletto and more for  a glamorous evening.
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936.


BON BON FINALE
Sunday 17May  1:00 pm
R450 Includes a three course meal.
Christopher Duigan  and Joanna Frankel (violin) play music by Chopin and violin  favourites for an entertaining after lunch performance.
Booking: Café Bon Bon 021 876 3936. 

 

An Autumn Music Weekend in Franschhoek is kindly supported by Ian Burgess Simpson Pianos

 

 

 

MOTHER’S DAY CONCERT AT UJ
DUIGAN & GRACE
UJ ARTS CENTRE THEATRE
SUNDAY
  10 MAY AT 15:00

Acclaimed SA musicians Christopher Duigan (piano) and James Grace (guitar) will be in concert at the UJ Arts Centre Theatre on Mother’s Day

Duigan and Grace will be joining forces to create a unique afternoon of music when they perform together at the UJ Arts centre Theatre on 10 May at 15:00.  Both are noted for their musicianship and the profiles they enjoy on major concert stages as well as on on-air playlists (ClassicFM and Fine Music Radio).

“Their unique combination of guitar and piano is promises to be magical,” says UJ Arts producer Grace Meadows.  “We are greatly honoured to be in the positon to partner with Christopher Duigan’s Music Revival to present a concert of this calibre as part of the UJ@10 celebrations,” she adds.

The programme includes many of their own arrangements and improvisations with standard classical fare. On this occasion they choose a strong  Spanish  and South American  flavour with numbers including  Milonga - Cardoso, Spain - Chick Corea, Tico Tico - Abreu and music by Astor Piazzolla together with contemporary  pop classics including Fields of  Gold - Sting.  Duigan's own compositions are represented by his searching Indigo (now an audience favourite  at any Duigan & Grace concert). Both musicians will perform solo numbers with Grace's haunting rendition of   Theme from The Deer Hunter complimenting Duigan's  piano solos.  They will be joined by Federico Freschi, well known operatic baritone and Dean at UJ Faculty of Art Design and Architecture in selected numbers complementing the Latin theme including the popular Green Eyes or Aquellos Ojos Verdes.

The concert will be performed in the UJ Arts Centre Theatre on the Kingsway Campus on 10 May 2015. Full price tickets are R100, R80 for student’s and pensioners and R70 for bookings of more than 10. Book at Computicket or at the UJ Arts Centre offices during working hours. For more information call 011 559 3058/4674 or e-mail preciousm@uj.ac.za


ANNUAL BOUCHARD FINLAYSON CHARITY DECEMBER CONCERT  in HERMANUS
Violina Anguelov - mezzo soprano   Lukhanyo Moyake - tenor  Christopher Duigan - piano  
Event generously sponsored by the Lloys-Ellis family
Bouchard Finlayson Winery, Hermanus
Thursday 18 December  /  Friday 19 December
5.45 pm for 6. 30 pm
In aid of the Hermanus Cancer Fund  PBO 930043889
Wine and canapes 5.45 pm for 6.30 pm
Tickets R150  from  Helen 028 3121485  Debby 028 3131633 or Carol 028 3132675


Scenes from the  Marriott Classic Music Festival  October 2014