Musical spring evening invite

2016-08-30 06:00
Annalie Herbst-van Rooyen. Photo: supplied

Annalie Herbst-van Rooyen. Photo: supplied

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ENJOY a spring evening in the company of Annalie Herbst-van Rooyen (soprano) and Count Filip Kormuth (pianist) on Thursday 1 September at 6.30pm in the Longmynd Gallery, 24 Old Main Road. Hillcrest

Expect to be thrilled by music from the world of light classical music, chanson and musicals.

Herbst-van Rooyen obtained her BA degree in pedagogy, and made a decision to follow her true passion of opera singing. She has studied with some of the best voice teacher in South Africa and has been highly active in Cape Town, performing with top South African artists in the classical and contemporary scenes.

Kormuth is a concert pianist, composer and pedagogue, with substantial composition output (including a Symphony), over 100 performances, and 17 years of pedagogical experience.
He made Kloof his home and is active in creating awareness, in the Upper Highway community, about the importance of music education; through local schools, charity organisations, his music studio, as well as currently teaching at Maris Stella.
He is working towards his PhD in music cognition and pedagogy.

The show costs R100 adult, R80 pensioners and R50 Children under 18. For more information, contact Gail on 031 764 3850.
- Supplied.

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