Three colleagues from the School of Music collaborate in a performance of two of the most beautiful trio’s from the classical era. Tickets are available at R80/R50 at the Conservatory in Thabo Mbeki Drive (tel. 018-299-1692), PUK-Kunste at the Heimat building (F9) on campus (tel. 018-299-2844), Protea Bookshop on the Bult (tel. 018-297-1583), online at www.artema.co.za and www.facebook.com/NWU.Music, or 30 minutes before the concert at the ticket office. Drie kollegas.
Music and Conservatory students at the North-West University annually have an opportunity to compete for study bursaries and prizes, worth several thousands of rands, during the School of Music’s Bursary Competition. Auditions are held over two days and the finalists then perform during the Bursary Winners’ Concert, after which the bursaries and prizes are awarded. This year the Bursary Winners’ Concert will have an added sparkle as the audience is.
The School of Music presents an evening of light classical music on 19 September 2017, a night not to be missed. Truida van der Walt invites sixteen of her music friends to concertize with her to ensure a smiling and toe-tapping audience. The concert will begin at 19:30 in the Conservatory Hall. Tickets are available at the Conservatory (018 199 1692), NWU PUK-Arts (018 299 2844), Protea Book Store (018.
One of the joys of performing music is to share the experience with other musicians. When one does this for a special occasion, the joy is intensified. On 12 September 2017 ensembles from the School of Music of the NWU welcomes spring by presenting their Spring Ensemble Concert. The concert will begin at 19:30 in the Conservatory Hall. The ensembles that will be performing include the Bandura Express Marimba Ensemble,.
Five experienced performers of new music will share their skills to bring to life the works of four young composers and three less young ones in the two halves of our one South African Music concert on Tuesday 29 August at 19:30 in the conservatory hall. The performers will be Mareli Stolp (piano), Magda de Vries (percussion), Morné van Heerden (clarinet), Elmarie van der Vyfer (viola) and Olivier Barrier (oboe)..
South African musicians Danré Strydom and Grethe Nöthling recently started a fresh and very exciting collaboration on clarinet and piano. After recently returning from several years abroad, these two young musicians aim to provide audiences with exhilarating performances of not only well known and loved repertoire, but also of more underplayed and unknown musical gems. South African musicians, Clarinetist Danre Strydom and Pianist Grethe Nothling has started a fresh and.
THREE UNIVERSITY MUSIC DEPARTMENTS & TWO BLOEMFONTEIN CHOIRS COLLABORATE TO PRESENT MOZART’S REQUIEM Three of our students, soprano Thembinkosi Magagula, tenor Bongani Mthombeni and baritone Tshilidzi Ndou, will be performing solos in Mozart’s famous Requiem in D minor (K626) at the 2017 VRYSTAAT ARTS FESTIVAL in the Anglican Cathedral of St Andrew and St Michael in Bloemfontein on July 22nd at 6pm. The composer began work on the Requiem shortly.
Many hands make light work, but where Italian pianists Eleonora Spina and Michele Benignetti are concerned, their four hands also make compellingly beautiful music. This talented young Italian duo, touring South Africa in July, are offering the sparkling programme ‘Fantasy and Imagination’ of works by Mozart, Schubert, Rachmaninov and Samuel Barber. Audiences in the Western and Eastern Cape and in Gauteng can enjoy the unusual experience of a ‘four hands’.
Prospective music students who would like to study at the School of Music & Conservatory, North-West University in Potchefstroom next year can now apply for admission and an audition. APPLICATION GUIDE A special Guide for Application, Selection & Admission on the NWU School of Music & Conservatory website contains full information on all the requirements, procedures and how to apply. INSTRUMENTS OFFERED The School of Music will consider applications for: • vocal.
 Early Childhood Conference ~ 10-13 October 2016 Dr Mignon van Vreden presented a paper at an international conference titled “Teaching and learning mathematics, sciences, design and technology in the Early Years (0-10 years)” hosted by the Early Childhood Subject Group of the Faculty of Education Sciences of the NWU. The topic of her paper was Music-inspired play to foster scientific literacy in early childhood.  Yvonne-Marié Brand received her DMus! ~.