News: July, 2008

Clockwise Tour - Diocesan College

The Clockwise duo, Jacqueline Kerrod (harp) and Marc Uys (violin) perform a concert for the Bishops Society at the Diocesan College, Cape Town. Part of their South African national tour, this concert includes the premiere of Thomas Rajna’s Suite for Violin and Harp. They also play other pieces from their newly commissioned repertoire by South African composers, including Robert Fokkens’s approach, encounter.

The Hyslop Hall, Diocesan College, Cape Town

29 July 2008 at 8.00pm

Clockwise Tour - St Simon and Jude Church, Simonstown

Clockwise (Jacqueline Kerrod - harp/Marc Uys - violin) play Robert Fokkens’s approach, encounter as part of their recital at Simonstown’s St Simon and Jude Catholic Church.

St Simon and Jude Catholic Church, Simonstown, South Africa

27 July 2008 at 3.00pm

 

Clockwise Tour - Van Rijn Brandy Cellar, Stellenbosch

Clockwise (Jacqueline Kerrod - harp/Marc Uys - violin) perform a recital as part of their national tour at the Van Rijn Brandy Cellar in Stellenbosch and will play my piece, approach, encounter.

Van Rijn Brandy Cellar, Stellenbosch, South Africa

26 July 2008 at 8.00pm

 

Clockwise Tour - Baxter Concert Hall, Cape Town

As part of their South African tour, Clockwise (Jacqueline Kerrod - harp/Marc Uys - violin) perform a varied recital of new and old pieces, including the Cape Town premiere of Robert’s approach, encounter at his alma mater, the University of Cape Town. The concert takes place in the Baxter Concert Hall.

Clockwise at the Baxter Concert Hall, University of Cape Town

24 July 2008 at 1.15pm

Clockwise Tour - Moolmanshof, Swellendam

Clockwise (Jaqueline Kerrod - harp/Marc Uys - violin) perform a recital at Moolsmanshof in Swellendam. Moolmanshof, built in 1798, is a classic example of a Cape Dutch farmhouse, and is now a National Monument. The recital includes Robert Fokkens’s approach, encounter.

Moolmanshof, Swellendam

18 July 2008 at 8.00pm

 

Deal Festival

Juice performs a set for the Deal Festival including works by Robert Fokkens (Words), Kerry Andrew, Roger Marsh and James Lindsay.

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The Deal Festival

10 July at 1pm

Tracing Lines at the Australian Chamber Music Festival

The Fibonacci Sequence perform Tracing Lines for a second time, this time at the Australian Chamber Music Festival in Townsville, Australia. The concert, titled French Plus One, also includes pieces by Saint-Saens, Messiaen, Faure and Psathas and brings The Fibonacci Sequence together with other international artists such as Philippe Graffin (violin), Piers Lane (piano) and Hamish Milne (piano).

Australian Chamber Music Festival, 3-12 July

Various venues, Townsville, Australia

Sunset Series: French Plus One

Wednesday 9 July at 5:30pm

Townsville Civic Theatre

www.afcm.com.au/

 

Clockwise Tour - John Rupert Auditorium, Graaff-Reinet

Clockwise (Jacqueline Kerrod - harp/Marc Uys - violin) continue their national tour with a performance at the John Rupert Auditorium in Graaff-Reinet. The programme includes Robert Fokkens’s approach, encounter.

John Rupert Auditorium, Graaff-Reinet

6 July at 7.00pm

 

Clockwise Tour - Grahamstown Festival

As part of their South African tour, Clockwise (Jacqueline Kerrod - harp/Marc Uys - violin) perform two concerts at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival. The second programme will include Robert Fokkens’s approach, encounter for violin and harp, and both concerts take place at the Rhodes Chapel.

Clockwise at the National Arts Festival, Grahamstown, South Africa

Rhodes Chapel, Grahamstown

4 July at 12.00pm