Of Plants and Animals: Baroque Music inspired by nature
June 30 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmR150
CTB, in collaboration with the UCT Irma Stern Museum, is very proud to present a programme titled Of Plants and Animals: Baroque Music inspired by nature as part of the botanical exhibition, Wild Harvest: Nectar, Berries, Capsules and Seeds, curated by Mary van Blommestein.
The programme will include music by Rameau, Handel, Arne, Morley and others and will be performed by Elsabé Richter (soprano), Bridget Rennie-Salonen (baroque flute), Cheryl de Havilland (baroque cello) and Erik Dippenaar (spinet, director).
Come and enjoy this varied chamber music programme in the intimate and magical setting of the UCT Irma Stern Museum.
Due to space limitations there are only 55 seats available, so please book at your earliest convenience by clicking here to navigate Webtickets website.
Please note: no tickets will be sold at the door, so online booking is essential. Tickets can also be bought at Pick n Pay stores.
The ticket price includes a complimentary glass of wine/juice/sparkling water and access to the permanent and temporary exhibitions at the UCT Irma Stern Museum.