Tyla Dee Nurden

Tyla Dee Nurden

TALENTED local singers and performers will be helping to raise money for the My Tutor Centre (MTC) in Pietermaritzburg, at an arts, crafts and music festival running from 11 am to 2 pm on Saturday, September 30. Continue reading

Powerful new choral work, ‘Mother of God’, to premiere at Epworth’s ‘Songs of the Rose’ concert

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The Epworth High School Choir will premiere a new South African work, Mother of God. Photo: Supplied

A POWERFUL new work by South African composer, Stephen Carletti, will be premiered at the Songs of the Rose concert at the Epworth Chapel on Tuesday, June 20 and Wednesday, June 21 at 6.45 pm, writes ESTELLE SINKINS. Continue reading

Miller classic The Crucible at Epworth

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AFTER working with pupils on a scene from Arthur Miller’s powerful play, The Crucible, drama teacher, Diana Wilson, was so impressed with their efforts she started to think about staging the full play at Epworth School in Pietermaritzburg.

“They did the scene so well and I was so excited about what I was seeing that I thought their would definitely be something in it if we did the play,” Wilson said.

The Epworth girls will be performing alongside a talented group of Hilton College boys in The Crucible, which is being staged in The Haley Hall, from Monday, March 14 to Thursday, March 17 at 7pm. Continue reading

Let The People Sing!: Enjoy an evening of choral music to delight the soul

The Epworth High School and Prep School choirs will be performing in Let The People Sing! in the Pietermaritzburg City Hall. Photo: Jonathan Burton

The Epworth High School and Prep School choirs will be performing in Let The People Sing! in the Pietermaritzburg City Hall. Photo: Jonathan Burton

MORE than 250 choral singers will be performing in Let The People Sing!, a special festival of popular hymns and inspiration songs, in the Pietermaritzburg City Hall at 7 pm on Thursday, October 22.

The Michaelhouse Chapel Choir, Epworth Prep School and High School choirs and the Howick Choristers will sing individual numbers and combine for massed choral works in this festival of popular hymns and inspirational songs, which aims to bring together communities, audiences and choirs. Continue reading