CPO Spring Rehearsal 15 September
Thu Sep 15, 11:00 - Thu Sep 15, 14:00
Cape Town City Hall
The Friends of Orchestral Music are proud to host the Final Dress Rehearsals (FDR) of the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra Spring Season. All proceeds collected go directly to the running costs of the orchestra.
Rehearsals take place at the City Hall, Darling Street, Cape Town from 11am until 2pm. Present your ticket at the sign-posted back entrance in Longmarket Street.
Spring Symphony 2: Thursday, 15 September
A Taste of Belgium
Curtainraiser: CPYWE conducted by Faan Malan
Conductor Rik Ghesquière, Soloist Jolente De Maeyer (violin)
August De Boeck Rhapsody Dahamèeene
August De Boeck Violin Concerto in D minor
Franck Symphony in D minor
For more information please email: [email protected]
Unreserved seating. No food or drink allowed in the hall.
The rehearsal starts promptly at 11am and will last between 2 and 3 hours, including an interval. The rehearsals are usually in concert order, but at the discretion of the conductor this may change. He may also choose to play the works through completely but is at liberty to stop and start as needed. This is often viewed as one of the special qualities of watching a live rehearsal instead of the actual concert.
You are requested to treat the rehearsal in the same way as you would a concert - no talking or moving around once the rehearsal has started. When the orchestra finishes the programme this does not mean that their rehearsal is over - if you need to leave please do so quickly and quietly.
Secure free parking has been arranged on the Grand Parade using the entrance opposite the castle.
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