Pearson band to perform at NMU

2019-03-13 06:02
Some of the Pearson band members during a rehearsal. From left are Rafael Berg, Jarrod Thomas, Chadwin Spiers and Taboka Ndlovu.Photo:SUPPLIED

Some of the Pearson band members during a rehearsal. From left are Rafael Berg, Jarrod Thomas, Chadwin Spiers and Taboka Ndlovu.Photo:SUPPLIED

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SOUTH African Society of Music Teachers (SASMT) will be holding its National Conference in the auditorium on the NMU-South Campus from March 14 to 16.

The Conference theme is ‘Let the Music Speak’ and therefore the music staff and pupils of 10 schools in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro will be performing at the Conference.

The Gala Concert, on the evening of 14 March at 7pm, belongs to the Grey Concert Band. The Pearson High School Concert Band will be on show at a Lunch Hour Concert on 15 March at 1.15pm.

Conference goers may also look forward to performances by the Collegiate High School Choir, the Greenwood Primary Band, the Lawson Brown High School Steel and Marimba Band, the ‘Mastrimba’ Band of Strelitzia High School, the St Dominic’s Priory Marimbas, the Summerwood Primary Guitar Ensemble, and the Victoria Park High School Jazz Band.

A Soirée by three of NMU’s finest musicians, Erika Bothma (Piano), David Bester (Violin) and Njabulo Mthimkhulu, is, furthermore, bound to be a musical highlight.

Tickets for the performances of Pearson High at the Lunch Hour Concert and Grey High at the Gala Concert are available at the door and are priced at R30 for each show. Admission is free for students and children.

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