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Thursday, August 19, 2010


KZN Philharmonic’s popular Sunday series returns to St Thomas’s Church.

The KZN Philharmonic’s popular Sunday Sinfonia series returns to St Thomas’ Church in Musgrave, with the first concert on August 22 celebrating the 200th anniversary of Schumann’s birth.

Boris Kerimov, principal cellist of the KZN Philharmonic will perform Schumann’s much loved Cello Concerto in A Minor under the baton of the orchestra’s resident conductor, Naum Rousine. Also featured in the programme is Mozart’s Divertimento No. 1 in E-flat major and Mozart’s Symphony No. 16 in C Major.

The concert takes place on August 22 at 11h30 at St Thomas’s Church in Musgrave. Tickets R40 (R25 students) at the door. For more information on KZNPO activities, click on the advert above or contact 031 369 9438 or e-mail