Summer Festival June 2008
Detail about 3rd Cape Town International Summer Music Festival available
02 June 2008
The Third Cape Town International Summer Music Festival
20 November – 18 December 2008
Below are the details for bookings for the Festival. Details about the arists and programmes for the individual concerts are available on this website under Concert Calendar
Different price structures apply to different concerts. See concert prices under each concert.
Buy a combination of any three tickets* for R125 each, regardless of position in auditorium, but subject to availability (Save up to R120)
Buy a combination of any four tickets* for R110 each, regardless of position in auditorium, but subject to availability. (Save up to R160)
Buy a combination of any five tickets* for R105 each, regardless of position in auditorium, but subject to availability. (Save up to R200)
Buy a combination of any six tickets* for R100 each, regardless of position in auditorium, but subject to availability. (Save up to R240)
Buy tickets for any of the three recitals in the Hugo Lambrechts, City Hall, Endler Hall, Groote Kerk or Artscape for R250
*The concert by the Cape Philharmonic Youth Orchestra ( Sunday 23 November at the City Hall) is excluded from this offer. Tickets for this concert are R40, R60 and R80.
Booking Opens on 7 July
NOTE: Tickets may be picked up at the Box Office. Tickets are subject to prior sale.
Programmes and artists are subject to change. There are no refunds or exchanges on any tickets. The same seats cannot be guaranteed for each concert. Seating is limited and restricted.
Advances Booking at Computicket Outlets
Monday – Friday: 9:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 9:00 – 12:30
Telephonic credit card bookings: phone Computicket at 011 340 8000 or 082 915 8000
All major credit cards accepted: Mastercard, Visa, Diners Club, American Express
The details are correct at the time of going to printing. The Cape Philharmonic Orchestra reserves the right to alter programmes and replace conductors and/or soloists as may become necessary, but will endeavour to give notice of such changes in the media