Music maestros in the park

2008-05-28 00:00

The Concert in the Park takes place on Sunday, June 22, in the Pietermaritzburg Botanical Gardens, starting at noon with a performance by pupils of Maritzburg College and Epworth performing songs from their recent sell-out The 70s Show. The KZN Philharmonic Orchestra takes to the stage at 1.30 pm, with soloists Joseph Clark, Melanie Lowe, Christopher Duigan and Rowan Stewart.

The Pietermaritzburg Caledonian Pipe Band will perform Highland Cathedral with the orchestra. Tickets are available at Parklane Super Spar (contact Pearl on 033 342 3487) for R80 (adults), R70 (pensioners) and R35 (children under 16). The concert supports the Thandanani Children’s Foundation.

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