This episode covers Monday 17 February to Sunday 23 February 2020.
To celebrate the best classical music in Cape Town, we highlight concerts from Vox Cape Town (at the Youngblood Art Gallery), the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra (at the Artscape Opera House), and the Cape Town Concert Series (at the Baxter Theatre). We also enjoy the satirical Woolworths at the Courtyard Playhouse, a race event at the Slave Route Challenge, as well as great food and wine at the annual Constantia Fresh.
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Here are this week’s links:
- Vox Cape Town ‘In the Dark’ at Youngblood Gallery (extra performance added for Friday 23 February)
- Symphony of Santoor (Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra)
- Cape Town Concert Series (Season One)
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