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Event date: 29/01/2018 - 11/02/2018 Export event

Violinst Jolente de Maeyer and pianist Nikolaas Kende in South Africa

Violinst Jolente de Maeyer and pianist Nikolaas Kende in South Africa

Violinist Jolente de Maeyer and pianist Nikolaas Kende, both from Flanders, will perform in Johannesburg on 29 and 30 January and on various locations in the Western Cape from 31 January to 11 February. Kende and de Maeyer form a duo since 2003.

Their concerts are the following:

  • Monday 29th of January – Mozart Festival performance at Northwards House, Parktown, Johannesburg
  • Tuesday 30th – School performance in Johannesburg
  • Wednesday 31st – Oude Libertas Open Air Amphitheatre performance in Stellenbosch, Western Cape
  • Friday 2nd of February – Arts Theatre in George, Southern Cape
  • Sunday 4th – NG Church in Stilbaai-Oos, Stilbaai, Southern Cape
  • Wednesday 7th – Wahnfried House in McGregor, Western Cape
  • Friday 9th – Municipal Auditorium, Hermanus, Western Cape
  • Sunday 11th – Talani Lounge, Helderberg Village, Somerset West, Western Cape

More information and ticket information can be found via:

 

http://www.join-mozart-festival.org/programme-2018/schedule-of-events/

 

http://oudelibertas.co.za/amphitheatre/

 

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