It’s PUKKI Talent Festival week.
Monday 12 October • Lectures begin after Spring recess. Tuesday 13 October 12:15 ~ Student Concert in the Conservatory Hall. Thursday 15 October • BMus external programme evaluation in the Pretorius Music Studio. 19:30 ~ Operatic extracts for choir & soloists in the Conservatory Hall. Friday 16 October • MMus Composition external programme evaluation in the Pretorius Music Studio. 14:00-18:45 ~ Bursary Competition auditions in the Conservatory Hall. Saturday 17.
In the penultimate concert of the NWU School of Music’s 2015 concert series, the Conservatory Choir and vocal soloists, under the direction of Santisa Viljoen, will present extracts from four well-known operas. The majority comes from Mozart’s popular The Magic Flute and The Marriage of Figaro, with further arias, ensembles and choral works from Franz Léhar’s entertaining The Merry Widow, and Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin. Jana Mathee provides.
Since 2011, the NWU School of Music has been presenting annual concerts featuring all the student ensemble groups at the Conservatory. Due to the number and size of these ensembles, this year’s performances will again be presented in three separate concerts on consecutive days. The first occasion is on the first day of Spring itself — Tuesday 1 September — at 19:30 in the Conservatory Hall with the Big Band,.
Another busy week ahead! Tuesday 19 May 10:00-17:00 ~ ATKV-Muziq & Muziqanto auditions in the Conservatory Hall. 12:15 ~ Student Concert in the Conservatory Hall. 19:30 ~ Conservatory Choir concert in the Conservatory Hall. Wednesday 20 May 14:00 ~ Musikhane Thursday 21 May 09:30 ~ Toddler Production in the Conservatory Hall. 18:00 ~ Musikhane Benefit Concert in the Conservatory Hall. Friday 22 May 08:30 & 09:30 ~ Toddler Production in.
The Conservatory Choir at the NWU School of Music will present a concert of Romantic vocal music on Tuesday 19 May 2015 at 19:30 in the Conservatory Hall. The choir is conducted by Santisa Viljoen and the accompanists are Daleen Grobler, Jana Mathee, Truida van der Walt and Jetty van Rensburg. The programme includes songs and ensembles (duets and quartets) by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Mendelssohn and Richard Strauss, and concludes.
Since 2011, the NWU School of Music has presented annual concerts featuring all the student ensemble groups at the Conservatory. Due to the number and size of these ensembles, this year’s performances will be presented in three separate concerts over six days. • The first occasion is a free lunch hour concert on Thursday 11 September at 13:10-14:00 in the Amphitheatre on the Potchefstroom campus. It will feature the marimba.
One of the functions of the choir in opera and operetta is to enhance the dramatic aspects of the narrative. The combination of choir and soloist very often results in some of the most moving and exciting moments in the performance. On Sunday 31 August 2014 at 15:30 the Conservatory Choir of the NWU School of Music, directed by Santisa Viljoen and accompanied by Jana Mathee, will present a programme.
After the assessment week and all the public holidays, it’s back to work again. Only four weeks to go until the semester exam! Monday 5 May • Classes continue from 07:30. Tuesday 6 May • Student Assembly at 12:10 in the Conservatory Hall. Wednesday 7 May • Election Day (public holiday) Saturday 10 May • Open Day from 08:00-14:00 on campus and from 11:00-13:00 at the Conservatory. Sunday 11 May.