Spring has sprung and the new symphony season is upon us with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra bringing the finest symphonic music to the City Hall in Cape Town. As always the Friends of Orchestral Music will be hosting the morning final rehearsals at 11am for the first 3 concerts – 7, 14 and 21 September. The final concert of the season includes a choir so their final rehearsal will be at 7pm on Wednesday 27th. Tickets for the rehearsals are at Quicket. There will be creditcard and snapscan available at the morning rehearsals, but in order to avoid queuing and also to ensure you get the latest information about the concerts pre-booking is always preferred. Please do remember that the city hall is now a cashless venue.
If you have not yet booked for the evening concerts, then you might still get lucky – booking at Computicket. It is also now possible to queue at the door for returns half an hour before the start of the concert with pensioner discounts where available.
In addition to the symphony season the orchestra is also busy with Tales of Hoffmann at the Baxter this coming weekend and then Tosca from 12th at Artscape. Also for your diaries the Cape Town Baroque Festival takes place from 22nd September.Lastly, the Johann Vos Piano Competition took place last week at Hugo Lambrechts – once again showcasing the incredible talent of our young musicians. The Friends of Orchestral Music will be bringing you highlights from the junior, senior and Olive Lieberz prize winners on Fine Music Radio this coming Sunday at 2pm on 101.3fm or via their website www.fmr.co.za.
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Friends of Orchestral Music, Cape Town