Magical music in Kloof and ‘Maritzburg

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VIOLINIST, Joanna Frankel, returns to St Agnes Church in Kloof at 7.30 pm on Thursday, August 31, for a violin and piano recital, following her spectacular Mendelssohn Violin Concerto performance in the recent KZN Philharmonic Orchestra Concert at the same venue.

She will also be performing at the Tatham Art Gallery in Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Pietermaritzburg at 3 pm on Sunday, September 3. Continue reading

Enjoy the KZNPO’s symphony to the suburbs at St Agnes Church, Kloof

CHRISTOPHER Duigan’s Music Revival, in association with the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra, will be hosting an evening of classical music at St Agnes Church in Abelia Road, Kloof, at 7.30 pm on Thursday, August 17. Continue reading

Ian von Memerty to perform a show in aid of the YES Trust in Kloof

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South African entertainer, actor, singer, musician, writer, director and television presenter, Ian von Memerty, will be performing a one-off charity show, A Handful of Highlights, at St Agnes Church, Auditorium, 53 Abelia Road, Kloof at 7pm on Monday, March 6.

Tickets are R120 at Computicket and money will go to the Youth Education Support Trust. Secure parking is available. Continue reading

Guitarist, James Grace, to perform in Pietermaritzburg and Kloof

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James Grace will be performing three concerts in KwaZulu-Natal in February. Photo: Supplied

POPULAR Cape Town-based guitarist, James Grace, will be performing in three Music Revival concerts in Kloof and Pietermaritzburg this month.

Grace, who recently performed with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra in Kirstenbosch to more than 7 000 people, will join forces with pianist, Christopher Duigan, for the recitals at the Tatham Art Gallery at 3 pm on Sunday, February 19, Casa Mexicana at 35 Montgomery Road on Tuesday, February 21 and at St Agnes Church in Kloof on Thursday, February 23. Continue reading

Magnificent classical music concerts in Kloof and Pietermaritzburg

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Christopher Duigan will be performing his favourite classical compositions in a special concert at the Tatham Art Gallery on January 29. Photo: Val Adamson

TO celebrate the start of Music Revival’s 20th year presenting classical music concerts, Christopher Duigan will be performing his favourite masterpieces at St Agnes Church in Kloof at 7.30 pm on Thursday, January 26 and at the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg at 3 pm on Sunday, January 29.

These uplifting and boldly positive compositions have formed a major part of the Maritzburg-based pianist’s repertoire over the past two decades. Continue reading