An Intimate Evening With Winston Siljeur Project
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | December 14, 2017
The Winston Siljeur Project has one aim: to showcase the music of the Winston Siljeur band, and other local greats. This is the third year that the event has been running. And every year it gets a little bit more refined!
So come through and join the Winston Siljeur band, Bianca Wood, Cara Frew and Donvino Prins for an unforgettable evening of great music.
When: 18 December 2017
Where: Bellville Civic Theatre
Cost: R75 pre-sale or R100 at the door
Time: Doors will open at 19:30
History of the Event
The “An Intimate Evening With Winston Siljeur Project” started three years ago as a platform for the band to showcase their music. With a majority (90%) of the band’s music being original compositions, audiences come ready to hear and experience fresh music.
Winston soon realised that this platform could do more than just showcase the Winston Siljeur Project; so he did the only logical thing – he opened it up to the public. By doing so he is giving up and coming musicians the opportunity to play alongside some of their local heroes.
The event has grown in scope year after year. For this year’s event, the band will be joined by Bianca Wood, Cara Frew and Donvino Prins. Each of these three is well established in their own right and will bring something special and unique to the table.
“This event coming up is nothing shy of some of the best talent to be showcased” – Winston Siljeur
Everyone who had gone to one of the past events has raved about it, so if you’re considering heading through, it will be worth your time. Furthermore, with the talent on show this year, you will definitely be missing out if you don’t go.
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