Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Music Tour and Entyatyambeni

Dear friends,

Thank you all so much for helping
to make our concert tour
to Cape Town and Stellenbosch
a reality.

Through your generosity,
we have to date raised R49000
in cash and pledges.

We have covered our transport costs,
and most of the accommodation
and meal expenses.

Our tour will tell our story of HOPE.
Thank you for supporting our belief
in the power of the arts to change lives.

Also, thanks to the generosity of HWB Communications,
we have a new Facebook page amongst others.

Our performances in Cape Town and Stellenbosch
are listed below.

It would be wonderful if you were free to come and listen
For more information call Helen Vosloo 082 664 1190

Saturday 18 June 11h00 - 13h00
Slow Market at Oude Libertas
Cnr Adam Tas and Oude Libertas Street,Stellenbosch.

Tuesday 21 June
St Cyprian's Primary School, Cape Town:
Workshop and concert for their students.

Wednesday 22 June around 8h00
Live appearance on "Expresso" on SABC 2

Wednesday 22 June 18h00
Oude Libertas Art Gallery, Stellenbosch
c/o Adam Tas and Oude Libertas Street,Stellenbosch.
Tel: (021) 809-7463
"Entyatyambeni/In flower" exhibition of botanical paintings
and artworks of the Keiskamma Art Project.

Keiskamma Ensemble performs works by Saint-Saens (the Aquarium from his Carnival of the Animals), a few Renaissance Dances, Madosini and Mussorgsky, amongst others.

This exhibition launches the on-line auction of the internationally renowned Keiskamma Altarpiece
Stephan Welz auctioneers:

Thursday 23 June
Weber Gedenk Laerskool outside Stellenbosch:
Workshop and Performance for their students

Thursday 23 June 13h10
Lunch Hour Concert
Fismer Hall, Stellenbosch Konserwatorium
Works by Saint-Saens (the Aquarium from his Carnival of the Animals), a few Renaissance Dances, Madosini and Mussorgsky.
Contact: Louise Howlett - 084 682 1337

Friday 24 June, 20h00
St Andrews Church, cnr Somerset and Buitengracht, Cape Town
Keiskamma Ensemble soloists perform Baroque recorder concerti with Camerata, Tinta Barocca, Concerti by Sammartini, Baston, Babell and Linicke.
Contact: Quentin Crida - 0836847318

The "Etyatyambeni/In flower" exhibition is sponsored by