Every year we ring the changes – 2020 will be bigger and better than before!
Our annual show-stopper Last Night of the Proms will return to Cape Town’s jewel, the City Hall, on Saturday 14 March at 19h00 and Sunday 15 March 2020 at 17h00, for an unforgettable night of fun. Celebrating 250 years since the birth of Beethoven, our programme of well-known classics is sure to take the audience beyond the enjoyment of previous years.
The time has arrived:- Ticket sales open on 28 January 2020 for all Promenaders.
Book at Computicket only, tickets at R250, R300 & R350.
THE STARS OF THE SHOW
Conductor, MC, facilitator and educator, our very own ‘Mr Proms’ breaths new and exciting fun-filled ideas into Last Night of the Proms each year.
Born in Mkhondo, South Africa, this multi-award-winning soprano is celebrated internationally. She is a post graduate in music performance specializing in opera.
Sixteen-year-old violinist from Fairview in Cape Town is currently concert master of both the CPYO and the Beau Soleil Senior String Ensemble.
Rocco de Villiers.
South African pianist, producer, composer, musical director and cocktail connoisseur is an entertainer of note, with 14 instrumental CDs to his name.
A peek at the Programme:
- Ode to Joy – Beethoven
- Melody of Beethoven classics performed by Rocco de Villiers
- Sarasate classic performed by Jordan Brooks
- Easter Hymn from Cavalleria Rusticanaperformed by Nombulelo Yende
- Massed choirs, and orchestra
So buy your tickets, come early and enjoy the street party with wine and cooldrinks (for a donation),
before enjoying an evening appreciating classical music, and having fun!
Wynberg Boys High School’s 15-piece steel band will entertain you at interval.
There will be spectacular lucky draw prizes to be won on the night.
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