Offering of early festive cheer

2014-10-27 00:00

IN anticipation of Christmas, Durban High School choir, the Deo Fretus Singers, are combining with Durban Girls’ College (senior school and senior primary) choirs for a concert tomorrow entitled The Festive Offering at St Thomas Anglican Church, Musgrave Road, Berea.

The concert, drawing on a wealth of festive music, will be jointly directed by David Smith (DHS) and Ronel Perks (DGC). Kobus du Plooy will play the organ and winner of the Atterbury Competition, pianist Rachel Wedderburn-Maxwell will also perform.

Tomorrow’s concert, at 5.30 pm for 6 pm, is in aid of the Highway Hospice. Tickets are R50 at door; R30 for pensioners and children.

— Witness Reporter.

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