Dear Friends of Orchestral Music
The Cape Town Concert Series would once again like to invite you to join for their upcoming recital featuring pianist Megan-Geoffrey Prins who will be collaborating with violinist Annien Shaw on Saturday 23rd October, 11am at the Baxter.
The lush programme includes 3 Impromptus Op.40 by Ferdinand David, Violin Sonata by Leoš Janáček and Sonata No. 3, Op. 45 by Edward Grieg.
Once again the ticket prices are subsidised with the support of The Rupert Music Foundation and would like to offer you, as supporters of classical music, the chance to buy directly from the Concert Series for R150 per ticket. Bank details are below. You can then reserve your preferred seats and collect your tickets on the day of the concert. General Ticket sales will open up at Webtickets for R160 and R190 early next week.
(Ticket Bank Details: Cape Town Concert Series, FNB, Acc: 61006500197, Branch: 201709, Ref: Your surname)
Megan-Geoffrey Prins is one of South Africa’s most accomplished pianists and has taken prizes in many local and international competitions. He was the Standard Bank Young Artist for Music in 2015 and is currently on the faculty of the University of Pretoria School of the Arts. Annien Shaw is one of the most versatile violinists in Cape Town today, well known for her collaborations with the Cape Town Baroque Orchestra and the Flat Mountain Project which showcases modern and experimental music within the classical genre.
The hour-long concert takes place at the Baxter Concert Hall at 11:00 and will be followed by a conversation from the stage by the artists, who will talk about the music and take questions. The Baxter Restaurant and bar are now open for refreshments after the concert in the well ventilated foyer and gardens. Masks are required when sitting in the concert hall.
Friends of Orchestral Music