Baroque festival programme to be launched

2019-06-25 06:01

The Youngblood Gallery will come alive on Wednesday 3 July when Cape Town Baroque (CTB) will host a music concert to celebrate the launch of the 2019 Cape Town Baroque Festival (CTBF) programme.

The 60-minute concert will offer a taste of what attendees can expect at the festival.

Long-time festival musicians; sopranos Lynelle Kenned and Elsabé Ritcher, baroque violinists Annien Shaw and Refiloe Olifant; baroque viola player Emile de Roubaix; and recorder player Joshua Frank will feature in this concert.

CTBF artistic director, Erik Dippenaar (the harpsichord), will direct the programme. Among others, festival lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy music from Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Handel and Uccellini.Doors open at 20:00 and tickets are available for R150 at Webtickets.V For more information email info@ctbaroque.co.za or visit www.ctbaroque.co.za.

The Youngblood Gallery will come alive on Wednesday 3 July when Cape Town Baroque (CTB) will host a music concert to celebrate the launch of the 2019 Cape Town Baroque Festival (CTBF) programme.

The 60-minute concert will offer a taste of what attendees can expect at the festival.

Long-time festival musicians; sopranos Lynelle Kenned and Elsabé Ritcher, baroque violinists Annien Shaw and Refiloe Olifant; baroque viola player Emile de Roubaix; and recorder player Joshua Frank will feature in this concert.

CTBF artistic director, Erik Dippenaar (the harpsichord), will direct the programme. Among others, festival lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy music from Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Handel and Uccellini.Doors open at 20:00 and tickets are available for R150 at Webtickets.V For more information email info@ctbaroque.co.za or visit www.ctbaroque.co.za.

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