The Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra is performing their 13th Summer Music festival, showcasing a variety of national and international soloists on Thursday evenings.
The main works on the programmes include the Second Symphony by Rachmaninov, the Eighth Symphony by Dvorak, the Third Symphony by Sibelius and the Symphony no 6, “Pastoral” by Beethoven. The conductors are Martin Panteleev and Victor Yampolsky, both making a welcome return to the CPO.
24 Jan: Lucas and Arthur Jussen, the acclaimed young Dutch piano duo performing the Poulenc Concerto for Two Pianos
31 Jan: Daniel Prozesky and Junnan Sun performing the Krommer Double Clarinet Concerto
7 Feb: Alexander Gilman performing the Korngold Violin Concerto
14 Feb: Ben Schoeman performing the Brahms Piano Concerto no 1
The subscriptions for the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra’s Summer Music Festival, which attract up to 30 per cent discount are available from Computicket and Artscape Dial-A-Seat.
Tickets to the Summer Music Festival entitle concertgoers to attend, free of charge, the pre-concert talk at the City Hall at 19:15 by Rodney Trudgeon or John Woodland.
Food and drink stalls, a cash bar and refreshments are available at the venue.
No U5s allowed.
Venue: Cape Town City Hall, Darling St, Cape Town
Time: Thurs 8pm to 10pm
Cost: R95 – R245