The Heydeburg Summer Concert

calendar
Mon Oct 4, 18:00 - Mon Oct 4, 20:00
location
The Heydeburg Garden

Join us for a magical evening of beautifully composed music featuring the Heydeburg Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Dr Leonard Heydenrych with a special guest appearance of the Tygerberg Children’s Choir and SAMA nominee Wilhelm Lichtenberg.


This concert features orchestra arrangements across an array of genres that includes baroque, cinema and contemporary.


All funds collected for this online event will be in aid of The Eyes2Eyes Foundation.


This is an outdoor event so bring your camping chairs, blankets and picnic baskets along to enjoy this event with us.

Zadok the Priest - G.F. Handel

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba - G.F. Handel

But Who May Abide - G.F. Handel: Conroy Scott (Baritone) 

Berceuse - A. Jarnefelt: Stefan Conradie (Violin) 

Ave Maria - G. Caccini: Anna du Plessis (Soprano) 

Romanze for Viola (op. 36) – M. Bruch: Lynn Rudolph (viola) 

Anthem (Chess) - Bjorn Ulvaeus / Benny Andersson: Conroy Scott 

Eclogue - G. Finzi: Throy Petersen (piano) 

La Capricieuse (op. 17) - E. Elgar: Sunday Kelechi (cello)  

 

INTERVAL Odelette - C. Saint-Saens: Leonard Heydenrych (flute) 

 

Odelette – C. Saint-Saëns: Leonard Heydenrych - Flute

Elegie - G. Faure: Cornel Engelbrecht (cello) 

Eerste Seerkry - Amanda Strydom: Natasha Engelbrecht (Alto) 

Sekelmaan – Joshua na die Reën: Natasha Engelbrecht

I Know Him So Well (Chess): Sarah Thornton-Dibb and Anneke Coetzee 

Heaven Help My Heart (Chess): Sarah Thornton-Dibb

Panis Angelicus - C. Franck: Tygerberg Children's Choir

Laudate Dominum - W.A. Mozart: Tygerberg Kinderkoor, Anna du Plessis

God Heal Our Land - Brian Pridham: Tygerberg Children's Choir

Somerkersfees - Jannie du Toit: Tygerberg Children's Choir, Wilhelm Lichtenberg and Natasja Engelbrecht 

Giulio Cesare - G.F. Handel: Conroy Scott

Dr Leonard Heydenrych is a flautist and the conductor of the Heydeburg Chamber Orchestra. He is passionate about music, having studied at the royal college of music in London before doing his fellowship as a corneal specialist at Moorfields Hospital, London.


He conducts and performs with The Heydeburg Chamber orchestra, which affords talented young musicians the opportunity to perform and collaborate within a nurturing and fun environment. Leonard believes music brings humanity together.


We are very grateful to Leonard for both his expertise as our medical advisor and for his commitment to educating and helping young musicians in the Western Cape, especially at a time when performing is so restricted.

- Wilhelm Lichtenberg (Tenor and SAMA nominee)

- Conroy Scott (Baritone)

- Stefan Conradie (Violin)

- Anna du Plessis (Soprano)

- Lynn Rudolph (Viola)

- Natasha Engelbrecht (Alto)

- Throy Petersen (Piano)

- Sunday Kelechi (Cello)

- Cornel Engelbrecht (Cello)

- Anneke Coetzee (Soprano)

- Sarah Thornton-Dibb (Soprano)


The second highest cause of blindness, worldwide, is corneal blindness. In South Africa, many people face extraordinary challenges every day because of eye disease. Our vision is to help people to restore their sight.


Read more about Eyes2Eyes here

Additional information

Age restriction Family friendly
Refund policy No refunds

Location

The Heydeburg Summer Concert
The Heydeburg Garden
9 Uitsig Cres, Durbanville, Cape Town, 7550
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