Youth Concert 2018 - Rising Stars

On Sunday afternoon, 10 June 2018, the Rand Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Carel Henn, will proudly host 12 superbly talented Rising Stars in our annual Youth Concert at the Linder Auditorium. We know that you will be awed and inspired by their talent and musicality.

This year we are including the lovely Ruslan & Ludmilla Overture by Glinka. The young stars will perform a fascinating and varied programme ranging from Vivaldi to Shostakovich, Mozart to Mendelssohn and Milhaud, Saint-Saëns, Kabalevsky, Reinecke, Briccialdi and Elgar. Our soloists will showcase their remarkable talents variously on Clarinet, Violin, ‘Cello, Piano, Saxophone and Flute.

This will be an inspiring music event performed by our marvelous young Rising Stars. Please don’t miss it.

When: Sunday 10 June 2018 at 15h30
Where: Linder Auditorium, Wits Education Campus, 27 St Andrews Road, Parktown
Tickets: R180 (Adults), R160 (Pensioners/Students), R150 (Scholars), R120pp (Groups of 10 or more)
Tickets available from Quicket: click here to purchase
or purchase at the door from 14h30 on 10 June.


Upcoming concerts

Here are our upcoming concerts for 2018

DateVenueDescriptionConductor
Sunday, 10 June 2018 at 15h30 Linder Auditorium, Wits Education Campus, 27 St Andrews Road, Parktown Youth Concert 2018 - Annual concert showcasing the best young talent Carel Henn
Sunday 16 September 2018 Randburg-Suid NG Church Hall, Malcolm Ave, Blairgowrie Picnic concert featuring soloists from the Rand Symphony Orchestra Carel Henn
25 November 2018 Linder Auditorium, Wits Education Campus, 27 St Andrews Road, Parktown Piano Concerto No. 1 by Tchaikovsky with soloist Willem de Beer Carel Henn

About us

The Rand Symphony Orchestra has been a vibrant contributor to community classical music in Gauteng for nearly 30 years. It offers musicians the opportunity to play ensemble work and perform in regular public concerts for their own enjoyment and that of the community.

The RSO is a community orchestra, comprised of people who freely give of our time to play, because we love music. Under the guidance of a professional conductor, we rehearse weekly to present regular concerts.

While the orchestra aims to be self-sustaining, we appreciate and welcome the support of those who believe in the importance of growing and building classical musicians and events. South Africa has a rich and diverse base of musical talent. Support classical music and become a Friend of The Rand Symphony Orchestra today!

Patron: Mr John Marshall
Contact: Isabel Bradley (Chairperson) isabel@randsymphony.co.za

Contact

Musical matters

Carel Henn (Musical Director)
cjchenn@mweb.co.za

Financial matters

Shirley Sedgwick
sassy.za@gmail.com

Other Matters

Isabel Bradley (Chairperson)
isabel@randsymphony.co.za