Organ and clarinet music to be heard at Feather Market Centre

2015-07-16 14:23
;Organ and clarinet music can be heard at the Feather Market Centre on Wednesday with performances by 
Belinda Latsky Campbell (clarinet) and Colin Campbell (organist).
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;Organ and clarinet music can be heard at the Feather Market Centre on Wednesday with performances by Belinda Latsky Campbell (clarinet) and Colin Campbell (organist). Photo: SUPPLIED

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Two classic musicians from Texas, USA, will perform at the Feather Market Centre, playing organ solos as well as music for organ and clarinet.

Prof. Colin Campbell (organist) and his wife Belinda Latsky Campbell (clarinet) both formerly lectured at the NMMU music department before they emigrated to Laredo, Texas. Colin is an assistant professor in music at the Texas Aandamp;M International University, whilst Belinda is a clarinet lecturer and orchestral player.

Their programme on Wednesday, July 22nd includes works like Mozart’s Church Sonata no. 17, Dance Macabre by Saint-Saens, the Allegro from Widor’s Organ Symphony no. 6 and the Carillon de Westminster by Vierne. Visitors will also enjoy the pleasure of listening to Colin’s 2015 composition, Changing Spheres. The concert commences at 13:00 and admission is R35 and R30 for pensioners. No entrance fee for learners and students.

On Saturday, July 25th, Colin will present a workshop for church organists at the Summerstrand DR Church at 08:30. It is hosted by the South African Church Organist Society. The cost is R100 which includes course material as well as refreshments.

* For more information contact Devandre Boonzaaier on 041 504 2821 or 076 866 9757 or devandre.boonzaaier2@nmmu.co.za

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