NMU symphony concert

2017-10-12 06:00

The Nelson Mandela University Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Feather Market Centre on Sunday, 29 October at 15:00 in their “The Grand Finale”.

The symphony orchestra, under the baton of Grant Snyman (final year MMus student), will present an exciting programme including works by Verdi’s Rigoletto, von Weber’s famous overture “Der Freischutz” as well as works by Dukas and Respighi. The first half will conclude with the Tuba Concerto by Daniel Leo Simpson and performed by fourth year BMus student, Tiago Vital.

The orchestra will also be joined on stage by the nationally acclaimed Eastern Cape Children’s Choir (ECCC) in the performance of “The Selfish Giant,” composed by leading South African composer, Peter Louis van Dijk.

Tickets are R800 for adults and R50 for pensioners/scholars/students and are available at Bird Street Campus or at the door on the day of the concert.

  • For more information contact Nicky Bosman, 041 504 4235.

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