Haydn symphonies

2015-11-03 06:00

The baroque chamber orchestra Camerata Tinta Barocca will feature award-winning South African flautist Liesl Stoltz in a programme of two of Joseph Haydn’s London symphonies on Wednesday 11 November.

The symphonies chosen are Symphony No. 94 in G major, “The Surprise”, and Symphony No. 104 in D major, “London”.

Stoltz has studied the flute with Eva Tamassy at Stellenbosch University since 1989. At the age of 16 she won a scholarship to attend an orchestral course in the United States.

Shigenori Kudo offered her a scholarship to study with him at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris: Alfred Cortot in Paris.


The concert will take place at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church on Somerset Road at 20:00. A pre-concert talk will take place at 19:15. Tickets are R110 each.

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