The word “Baroque” meaning “oddly shaped pearl” from the Portuguese word Barroco, was used to describe Western Art music composed from about 1600 to 1750. While a major portion of the music was classical it is now widely studied, performed and listened to. The time has come to once again celebrate the Baroque Era with … Continue reading
Evening Prayer or Evensong is a service held in the afternoon or early evening. It is either a completely spoken service or, when music is added, it becomes known as Choral Evensong. Choral Evensong begins with a sung introduction followed by a spoken penitential section and the Lord’s Prayer. There is a Psalm for the … Continue reading
Click here to download the Full brochure Visit the website for more information www.baroquefestival.co.za THURSDAY 10TH MAY 7:30 PM – APPLE GREEN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Conducted by Tim Roberts, the Apple Green Orchestra will delight in the performance of popular pieces from the Baroque Period as well as some lesser known gems. These include works by Charpentier, Corelli, Handel, … Continue reading
Please join us as we experience the inspiring sounds of Italian Piano Duo, Elenora Spina and Michele Benignetti. Date: Tuesday, 30 January 2018 Time: 7:30 pm Venue: St Francis Parkview Tickets available at Computicket – click here to book your ticket.
Hilary Carman paid the following tribute to Ruth Coggin on her resignation as music director of St Francis of Assisi, Parkview, at a service on 14 January 2018: “We are hard wired for music. Music and the love of music is part of our genetic makeup and is the birthright of us all. Rhythm … Continue reading
Sunday 14th May at 17:30 at St Francis Anglican Church, 46 Tyrone Avenue, Parkview Please join us and be inspired by the beautiful music of Maurice Duruflé, Felix Mendelssohn and Thomas Tallis Evening Prayer or Evensong is a service held in the afternoon or early evening. It is either a completely spoken service or, when … Continue reading
Join us as we listen to the organ works of Bach, Haydn, Franck, Mendelssohn and Buxtehude played by the young and talented organist Marnus Greyling. Continue reading
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