Date of appointment: 1 February 2016
Monday 7 March Dr Pekka Toivanen from the University of Jyväskylä is visiting us for the day. 14:00-16:00 ~ Dr Mignon van Vreden, Dr Albi Odendaal and Dr Alvin Petersen will be presenting music and movement classes in Oppibib to learners from the SETH Academy at Ferdinand Postma High School. Tuesday 8 March 19:30 ~ It’s a Potchpourri! World in the Conservatory Hall Thursday 10 March 11:10-13:00 ~ Colloquium in.
For the 25th year, Potchpourri! opens the annual concert series at the Conservatory in Potchefstroom. Staff and students of the NWU School of Music, with the collaboration of a few guest artists, have compiled a varied and exciting programme which contains hummable melodies, toe-tapping rhythms, and a large helping of humour. There will be performances by the Bandura Express Marimba Ensemble; the Brass Quintet; the Potch Trio; a flute &.
The NWU School of Music has increased the number of concerts in its official concert series for this year by a third, with 8 concerts that will be presented in Potchefstroom during March, April and May. As usual, it caters for a wide variety of interests and tastes. For the 25th year, Potchpourri! opens the concert series — on Tuesday 8 March — with jazz, cabaret, big band, musicals, PDQ.
Monday 2 March Start of the 9-day N-S-S Intensive Period with delegates from the University of Jyväskylä (Finland), University of Pretoria, Unisa, Kenyatta University (Kenya), and the University of Botswana. Tuesday 3 March 10:00 ~ Graduation ceremony for Diploma in Music, BA Music & Society and BMus students in the Auditorium. 12:15-13:00 ~ Student Concert in the Conservatory Hall. 15:00 ~ Graduation ceremony for Honours BA Music students in the.
After a one-year sabbatical, the traditional opening concert of the concert series at the Conservatory is back for the 24th time. On Thursday 5 March 2015 Potchpourri! returns with its “Comeback” show at 19:30 in the Conservatory Hall. Performances by staff and students of the NWU School of Music will include Broadway hits, film music, opera, and love songs, and the Pink Panther will guide the audience through a brief.