Autumn Cyber Symphony

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Thu May 20, 20:00 - Mon Jun 7, 23:00

NOTE: Please note that while the season runs from May 20 to June 7, each concert is only online for four days from the streaming date

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Autumn Cyber Symphony Series Concert No. 1

Streaming May 20 – 24 ONLY

Conductor: Bernhard Gueller

Soloist: William Berger (baritone)

Mahler             Rückert Lieder

Brahms            Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98


Known throughout concert halls across the world for the passion he brings to the podium, Bernhard Gueller, principal guest conductor of the CPO, has accompanied many of today’s foremost singers such as international stars Pretty Yende, Elza van den Heever, Jane Archibald and the late Johan Botha. William Berger was a member of the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir before commencing his studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London. His career has taken him to most of the major opera houses in Europe. He was heard last year in La Bohème in Cape Town.


This series is generously sponsored by the City of Cape Town. Programme notes at cpo.org.za.

Subscriptions are R330 for three concerts; individual concerts are R140 each.

 

Autumn Cyber Symphony Series Concert No. 2

Streaming May 27 – 31 ONLY

Conductor     Bernhard Gueller

Soloist Nina Schumann (piano)

Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Op. 17


Principal guest conductor of the CPO, Bernhard Gueller is also Music Director Laureate of Symphony Nova Scotia. His latest CD with Canadian songstress Sarah Slean is up for two prestigious Canadian awards – the Juno and the East Coast awards. Nina Schumann is one of South Africa’s foremost pianists and noted for her innovative programming. This performance was planned for last August to mark her 50th birthday.


This series is generously sponsored by the City of Cape Town. Programme notes at cpo.org.za. Tickets are R140.

 

Autumn Cyber Symphony Series Concert No. 3

Streaming June 3 – 7 ONLY

Conductor Bernhard Gueller

Brahms Variations on a Theme of Josef Haydn, Op. 56a

Dvorák Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70

 

In this concert, the CPO itself can shine centre stage itself! Bernhard Gueller will conduct works that showcase the various sections in orchestrations of diverse colours that allow the musicians to shine.


  • This series is generously sponsored by the City of Cape Town. Programme notes at cpo.org.za. Tickets are R140.

 

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