The Butlers Restaurant at 24 Old Main Road in Hillcrest will be hosting Sounds for Hounds at 12 noon on March 5. The fundraising concert, which is in aid of Pet Rescue, will feature saxophonist, Andrew Young, who is out from Austria on a tour around South Africa.
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Rowan Stuart, Chloe Clark, Josh Hundermark and The Name On The Drum will be performing at Music in the Hills at The Knoll Guesthouse and Backpackers, Knoll Drive, Hilton from 7 pm on Wednesday, September 14. Tickets R20. Food and soft drinks available, BYOB. Continue reading
The Hairy Legged Lentil Eaters.
It is possible to spend an entire day at the Hilton Arts Festival without being asked to part with a cent? Absolutely.
Simply drive into the grounds of Hilton College and then amble through the extensive craft market and nearly 100 exhibiting artist stands without paying, then, make your way to the Castle Lite Festival Marquee where music plays for free. You do have to pay for the beer though! Continue reading
CHLOE Clark & The Band – Burton Naidoo, Sidney Rash and Ildo Nandja – are inviting you to Put A Swing On It at the Rhumbelow Theatres in Durban and Pietermaritzburg. Continue reading
KZNPO’s Tshepo Ntswelengwe introduces the bold sounds of his French horn to baby Miroslav, son of KZNPO violinist Natalia Pronenko ahead of the Mother’s Day Concert on May 8 with guest artists Arno Carstens and Chloe Clark. Photo: Sophie Thompson
SPOIL your mom this Mother’s Day, while enjoying two of our region’s priceless resources, the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra and Durban’s magnificent Botanic Gardens.
At 2 pm on Sunday, May 8, Old Mutual Music at the Lake proudly presents the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Arno Carstens and special guest Chloe Clark, with a bouquet of live music-making in the magical setting of Durban’s Botanic Gardens. Continue reading
THE Centre for Jazz and Popular Music at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Howard College campus in Durban hosts Chloe Clark for the April edition of “Twosday” on Tuesday, April 12 at 6pm. Continue reading
Durban-based singer, pianist and songwriter Chloe Clark will release her debut four-track EP, In Between, on the roof of the Roma Revolving Restaurant on Saturday, April 2.
Chloe is exceptionally happy with how the project has come together over the past two years and is also excited to have Bradley Grey and Nosihle Zulu open the event. In addition the eleven part vocal group she coaches as choir mistress at Thomas More College, The Retrobeats, will provide backing harmonies.
Tickets are R50 and are available at http://www.quicket.co.za/, via email email@example.com or at the door.
Shelley McLean, Tory Du Plessis, Tammy Saville, Haylea Hounsome and Chloe Clark as Take Five, are back with a brand new gem. Continue reading