Next soiree soon

2017-10-10 06:01

The Richard Wagner Society’s next recital will take place in Sea Point on Sunday 22 October.

Featuring an established artist and a rising star, the soiree will feature composer and pianist Adrian More playing his own Rienzi “Fantasy Impromptu”, along with works by Scarlatti, Ravel, Haydn and Klatzow. The second half of the programme will feature the extraordinary young pianist Qden Blaauw, who will play JS Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Ravel and Moskovsky.

The concert takes place at 301 Beach Road at 18:00 for 18.30. Tickets, inclusive of wine and a finger buffet, cost R240 or R260 for members and guests. V For more information contact 082 459 6225 or jillycohen@absamail.co.za.

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