Franschhoek Classical Music Festival

2013-05-15 10:40
When: Dates to be confirmed (26-28 October 2013)
Where: Franschhoek

This music festival brings a range of classical music events at some of Franschhoek’s finest eateries and the beautiful Dutch Reformed Church, with all proceeds donated to local charities.

Among the artists participating in this year’s festival are the celebrated US pianist Bryan Wallick, the well-known Stellenbosch-based cello and piano duo Peter Martens and Luis Magalhães, German guitar virtuoso Ulrich Busch  to name a few.
Franschhoek Classical Music Festival



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