Cape Philharmonic February Concert Details
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | February 8, 2018
The Cape Philharmonic has a reputation for being the most versatile and active orchestra in Africa. If you’ve never seen them play, you are doing yourself a disservice.
Tickets to watch the Cape Philharmonic play cost between R160 and R230. However, if you belong to the Friends of the Orchestra, you can get 10% off. Additionally, if you buy a season ticket, you can get an addition 20% off. There is also the option of buying unreserved platform tickets for R90.
All the shows listed below will take place at the Artscape, and you can buy tickets from Computicket.
Address: D.F. Malan St, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001
Upcoming Concerts of February
When: February 15th
12th International Summer Music Festival: Brabetz
Conductor: Jochen Rieder
Soloist: Christina Brabetz on violin
Antoni Schonken to be: To Know
Shostakovich Violin Concerto no 1 in A Minor
Prokofiev Romeo and Juliette Suite
When: February 18th
12th International Summer Music Festival: Röhn
Conductor: Jochen Rieder
Soloist: Daniel Röhn on violin
Kodaly Concerto for Orchestra
Szymanowski Violin Concerto no. 2
Dvorak Symphony no. 9 in E Minor, “From the new world”
When: 25th February
Cape Philharmonic Orchestra Debut Gala: Symphonic Mommunity Brilliance
Conductor: Brandon Phillips
Soloists: Paxton Fielies, Craig Lucas, Heavenly Quartez, Kyle Shepherd
Cost: Tickets are range from R90 to R190 for this show.
A variety of young emerging stars from different communities make their debut with the cape town philharmonic orchestra. A celebration of song and dance with local stars. From symphonic pop, jazz, and rock to light classics, the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Brandon Phillips, will take you on a musical journey.
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