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DMS MONTHLY CONCERT (article first published : 2004-03-22)

The second in the series of the Durban Music School’s monthly concerts promises to be another treat for music-lovers on March 30 at 19h30.

“The first concert we held in February, while it had a small but very interested and enthusiastic audience, was very successful,” says Director of DMS, Werner Dannewitz. “We were very pleased by the intimate nature of the concert and the audience clearly enjoyed themselves when we got to meet them at the cocktail party that followed.”

Teachers from the school will present a enjoyable feast of music in a programme featuring Claude Bolling’s Picnic Suite for classical guitar, flute and jazz piano trio as well as works by Faure, Schubert, Copland, Scott Joplin and others.

This concert will feature Anne Duthie on piano, Charlene May on drums and piano, Leandros Stavrou on guitar, Christi Olivier on double bass and Theo Venter on flute.

“These concerts form part of our drive to showcase the work we are doing at the school,” explains Werner Dannewitz. “These teachers are all highly talented and it is important for our current and potential students to witness their performances. And of course, the public has the added bonus of being able to enjoy experienced musicians in concert.”

Audience members are invited to enjoy a glass of wine with the musicians after the performance.

Tickets R30 (R15 pupils, students and pensioners). Booking is recommended on 031 304 1001.The Durban Music School is situated at 21 St Andrews Street (opposite Diakonia). Supported by Cell C, the school runs a bursary programme which sees companies and organisations sponsoring disadvantaged children’s music lessons and instruments for one to three years.




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