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Friday, April 19, 2013


Music Revival will host a popular programme of music reflecting the current seasonal change this weekend.

As we approach the special hues of autumn light and crisp wintry evenings, Christopher Duigan plays a richly coloured programme of magical melodies in this special programme that features some of the world’s best-loved melodies.

Music that makes the piano resonate with rich and warming colours are featured in this beautifully balanced performance. Included are the celebrated Nocturne in A-flat and Waltz in C sharp-minor by Chopin, Debussy’s Arabesque, the cafĂ© waltz Je te veux by Satie, beautifully appealing selections from contemporary film sound tracks Amelie and Twilight, music by Mozart and Bach’s Sheep May Safely Graze. This promises to be a selection of music to enjoy with a glass of mulled wine on crisp Friday evening, or steaming coffee and scones on a Sunday afternoon.

Performances take place at 35 Montgomery Drive, Pietermaritzburg, on April 19 at 19h30 and April 21 at 16h00. Tickets R100 for both – the Friday evening concert includes refreshments, mulled wine and coffee** while the Sunday afternoon concert includes scones, tea and coffee served from 15h30.

**A light meal, a popular addition to the Friday night event, is on offer from 18h45 - R120 including the concert. Please bring your own wine to enjoy with the meal. There is secure parking.

Booking is essential through  (preferred) or on 033 342 3051. Please include your contact numbers in both email and telephone bookings.