BEAUTIFUL music takes, performed by world class musicians, will take centre stage when the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra performs in the Pietermaritzburg City Hall on Friday, March 24 at 7.30 pm.
Presented by the KZN Philharmonic, in association with Christopher Duigan’s Music Revival and Parklane SuperSpar, the annual Symphony in the City, will feature solo performances by three of the orchestra’s most outstanding young musicians: Aristide du Plessis (cello), Junnan Sun (clarinet) and Fifi Olifant (violin).
Local pianist and Steinway artist, Duigan will be featured in the opening movement of the Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3.
As with all Parklane/Music Revival concerts in the City Hall, every guest receives a complementary souvenir programme; the hall is beautifully presented with lighting by Big Beat; and complimentary drinks and eats are served at interval.
So, make sure you book your tickets for Symphony in the City, which is also supported by the Msunduzi Municipality, The Witness, CPW Printers and ABI, now.
Tickets are R190 (R170 pensioners, R120 scholars) and R250 for premier seats. To book go to www.ticketpro.co.za and from Ticketpro representatives at Edgars Direct at the Liberty Midlands Mall and CNA at the Hilton Quarry.
Tickets will also be available at the door tomorrow night.
There is secure, patrolled, parking in City Hall, Bessie Head Library and Tatham Art Gallery precincts.