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Described in the New York Concert Review – ‘Mr. Röhn combined technical wizardry, melting musicality, old-world style and panache, and a fair amount of historic edification in his comments, all woven seamlessly together into an utterly perfect evening… Daniel Röhn’s easy and elegant mastery, always with beauty of sound, purity of intonation, and elasticity of phrase was captivating.’ He will join forces with François du Toit for an evening of violin and piano magic.Find out more
The Signum Quartet has appeared at the Wigmore Hall in London, the Cité de la Musique in Paris, at the Berliner Philharmonie, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Hamburg Laeiszhalle, the Liederhalle Stuttgart, the Philharmonie Essen and the Beethoven-Haus Bonn and has been invited to the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Rheingau Music Festival, Aldeburgh Festival of Music, the BBC Proms and the Festival Aix-en-Provence.Find out more
The Trio Esperanza is a combination of Liesl Stoltz (flute), Polina Burdukova (cello) and Kerryn Wisniewski (piano) all critically acclaimed musicians who have been successfully performing together and separately around the country and abroad. It will be their first performance for the Cape Town Concert Series and their programme will include works by Weber, Gaubert and Kapustin.Find out more
Cape Town favourite Antonio Pompa Baldi returns to the Concert series on 26 May. Born and raised in Foggia, Italy, Antonio Pompa-Baldi won the Cleveland International Piano Competition in 1999 and embarked on a career that continues to extend across five continents. Programme inclues wosks by Hummel, Poulenc, Martucci, Piana and Medtner.Find out more
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky's rise to prominence came in 2010 when he won the International Jean Sibelius Violin competition and the International Fritz Kreisler Violin competition. He has also been awarded top prizes in the nine other prestigious violin contests including the Tchaikovsky, the Queen Elisabeth and the Monte Carlo Violin Masters competitions. Alexander has become a favourite guest at the Stellenbosch International Chamber Music Festival and is equally renowned around the world. Amongst many competition wins he was also awarded 3rd prize at the Tchaikovsky International Competition in 2015.Find out more
Hailed by the British music critics as the “natural successor to his great compatriot Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli”, Alessandro Taverna’s “music making stimulates the senses as does a visit to his native Venice”, and gives “rise to a feeling of wonderment”.When he reached the final and performed Chopin’s First Piano Concerto at the 2009 Leeds International Piano Competition, “the world was suddenly suffused with grave beauty: flawless minutes of poetry”, said the newspaper The Independent.Find out more
The Cape Town Concert Series is proud to collaborate for the first time with the Cape Town Baroque Festival and present a concert of Baroque Chamber music, featuring international specialist Carin van Heerden along with selected members of Baroque2000 from Durban and Cape Town’s Camerata Tinta Barocca.Find out more
Violinist RACHEL LEE PRIDAY (PRY-day), acclaimed for her beauty of tone, riveting stage presence, and “irresistible panache” (Chicago Tribune), has appeared as soloist with major international orchestras, including the Chicago, St. Louis, Houston, Seattle, and National Symphony Orchestras, the Boston Pops, and the Berlin Staatskapelle. Critics have praised her “dazzling, forceful technique,” “rich, mellifluous sound,” and “silvery fluidity.” Combining a fierce intelligence with an imaginative curiosity, her wide-ranging repertoire and eclectic programming reflect a deep fascination with literary and cultural narratives, as an artist who seeks contemporary resonances with the masterworks of the past.Find out more
Raphael Wallfisch is one of the most celebrated cellists performing on the international stage. He was born in London into a family of distinguished musicians, his mother the cellist Anita Lasker-Wallfisch and his father the pianist Peter Wallfisch.Find out more
“Gilman is a name to watch”, wrote Classic FM Magazin in 2007, and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung described him as “an artist who identifies profoundly with the work”. Today Alexander Gilman is among the most renowned violinists and teachers, and since 2013 has been artistic director of the LGT Young Soloists.Find out more