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KZN Youth Orchestra takes centre stage in Durban

In their upcoming show, conducted by Lykele Temmingh, the orchestra will play popular classics.

THE KwaZulu-Natal Youth Orchestra will take to the stage at the Durban Jewish Club 44 KE Masinga Road on Sunday, August 29. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be two shows, with a limited number of seats available, at 14:00 and 15:30.

The KZN Youth Orchestra, which has been making music for over 40 years, features musicians from around KZN between the ages of eight  to 18 years old.

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In their upcoming show, conducted by Lykele Temmingh, the orchestra will be playing popular classics, film music and some local South African tunes.

Included in the repertoire will be favourites such as Greensleeves, Bach’s Birthday Cantata, O Fortuna, Star Wars, Mamma Mia, The Greatest Showman, and the Soweto String Quartet’s Zebra crossing.

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The concert is an hour long and will have no prelude performer or interval.

Due to Covid-19 regulations, it is necessary to pre-book seats, although the audience can opt to pay at the door. Tickets are R100 for members and R120  for non-members.  Book via email friendsofmusic@webmail.co.za. Alternatively, call Keith on 071 5051 021 or Bernice on 083 2537 935.

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