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Founded in 1914, the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra in Cape Town is arguably the most versatile and active orchestra on the continent of Africa, contributing handsomely to Cape Town’s global status and appeal. Through various incarnations from the Cape Town Municipal Orchestra to the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra, the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra and finally again the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the CPO is financially and culturally sustainable, attracting some of the leading international artists of our time. A multi-functional orchestra, the CPO delivers a world-class orchestra service to all communities in the region, participating in festivals and concerts across all genres of music. Read more…
LETTER FROM DR BERNARD VAN RENSBURG
A LETTER FROM DR BERNARD VAN RENSBURG, PRESIDENT OF THE SA SOCIETY OF PSYCHIATRISTS CONCERNING THE OMISSION OF THE SCHUBERT UNFINISHED SYMPHONY ON SATURDAY, AS PART OF THE WORLD PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION 2015 INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS IN CAPE TOWN.
This is an edited version. The full version can be downloaded here.
Alfred Schnittke: World Premiere recording of Concerto Grosso No. 1 and Symphony No. 9. Conductor: Owain Arwel Hughes. Soloists: Sharon Bezaly (flute) and Christopher Cowie (oboe).
Alfred Schnittke: World Première recordings of Symphony No 0 and Oratorio Nagasaki. Conductor: Owain Arwel Hughes. Mezzo-soprano: Hanneli Rupert. Cape Town Opera Voice of the Nation
All the others: Order CDs here or phone the CPO at +27 21 410 9809
16dec2:00 pm- 4:00 pmCPYO RECONCILIATION CONCERTReconciliation Concert ; Conductor: Thomas Lange; Soloist: Leo Gevisser ; Mozart Piano Concerto No.12, K 414; Barber’s Adagio for Strings and Bartók’s Rumanian Folk Songs;
A Century of Symphony