Week 18 @ the Conservatory: 2-8 May 2016

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Two staff birthdays, two evening concerts, a student concert and Open Day.


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Twee-stryd ~ ‘n Kabaret — 5 Mei 2016

Twee-stryd ~ ‘n Kabaret — 5 Mei 2016

Elkeen word op ʼn gegewe oomblik op hul lewenspad in ʼn tweestryd vasgevang, in twee geskeur tussen twee pole — ʼn keuse tussen besluite, invloede of emosies … ʼn keuse tussen lig en donker. Twee-stryd is ʼn kabaret wat so ʼn worsteling tussen duisternis en lig uitbeeld, met werke deur Amanda Strydom, Laurika Rauch, Marimba, Alna Smit en Pieter van Helden. Die teks bestaan uit gedigte deur Eugène Marais, F.A..


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Week 19 @ the Conservatory: 4–10 May 2015

Week 19 @ the Conservatory: 4–10 May 2015

Monday 4 May Start of lectures after assessment week. Only 4 weeks to go until semester exams! Tuesday 5 May 12:15 ~ Student Concert in the Conservatory Hall. 19:30 ~ The Conserve Cabaret in the Conservatory Hall. Wednesday 6 May It’s the birthday of the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Prof Jan Swanepoel. 14:00 ~ Musikhane Thursday 7 May 19:30 ~ Prof Piet Koornhof is presenting a concert at.


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The life and times of a music student — a cabaret — 5 May 2015

The life and times of a music student — a cabaret  — 5 May 2015

The final year BMus students in Music Education at the NWU School of Music have to present a cabaret each year as part of the requirements for their major subject. This year’s cabaret, The Conserve Cabaret, depicts through acting and music the life and times of a typical music student in a truly French cabaret style. The production consists of new, original cabaret songs as well as arrangements of popular.


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