As part of the Cape Town Baroque Festival, International recorder player Erik Bosgraaf presents a lecture and masterclasses to young, talented and upcoming South African recorder players.
The masterclasses are held in collaboration with Rustenburg Girls’ Junior School, Jenny Seager (Trinity College, London) and Karin Maritz (Department of Music, Stellenbosch University).
Bosgraaf is a critically-acclaimed Dutch recorder and musicologist. He is the recipient of various awards and accolades, such as: the Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award in 2009; the Nederlandse Muziekprijs in 2011, which is the most important classical music prize in The Netherlands; the Northern Dutch music prize Het Gouden Viooltje (2012). As a soloist, Erik works with various orchestras of note, including the Dallas Symphony Orchestra under Jaap van Zweden, the Residentie Orchestra The Hague, the Dutch Radio Philharmonic and Chamber Philharmony, the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra and the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, among others.
Venue: Rustenburg Girls’ Junior School, 12 Main Rd, Rondebosch, Cape Town
Time: 9am to 1pm
Cost: R50 for observers | Tickets available at the door