‘Cello Song’ at Tatham

2017-05-24 06:03
Aristide du Plessis and Christopher Duigan will perform at Tatham Art Gallery.PHOTO: supplied

Aristide du Plessis and Christopher Duigan will perform at Tatham Art Gallery.PHOTO: supplied

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CELLIST, Aristide du Plessis, and pianist, Christopher Duigan, will perform Cello Song at the Tatham Art Gallery in Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Pietermaritzburg at 11.30am on Sunday, May 28.

Du Plessis, a Westville Boys’ High School old boy, is the co-principal cello of the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra. He studied at the University of Cape Town and in Zurich.

With Duigan he will perform music by Tchaikovsky, including his Andante cantabile and Pezzo Capriccioso, Piazzolla’s Grand Tango, music by Gabriel Fauré as well as the Sonata No. 2 for Cello and Piano by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Tickets for the Tatham Art Gallery concert are R80. Booking is preferred. To book email chris@fotag.co.za or SMS or WhatsApp message to 083 417 4473. There is secure parking.
- Supplied.


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