A Musical Delight at Ouland Royale
A Musical Delight at Ouland Royale is a fundraising evening for HOSPICE PLETT which will take place on FRIDAY 15TH JUNE 2018.
Doors open at 6pm – Concert starts at 6.30pm precisely (no late admissions)
Free seating, limited to 100 persons (bring a cushion)
Ticket price R300 (includes a complimentary glass of wine, bottle of water and canapes)
Tickets available from Barnie Barnard at Market Square Information Centre on tel: 044 533 3219 or cell: 082 744 1884.
Or EFT The Plettaid Foundation:
- FNB Branch 210514
- Account no 62048095063
- Ref: your name/Stars
On piano… SULAYMAN HUMAN, overall winner of the National Instrumental Classical Music Competition ATKV-Muziq 2017.
Soprano… CECILIA RANGWANASHA, winner of the 6th Unisa International Voice Competition 2018.
With… DR ANNEKE LAMONT … on piano
For further information contact Debbie Bruinders on 044 533 5616 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sulayman Human (24) started piano at the age of 12. He became the first person to win the Lionel Bowman Beethoven Competition in Stellenbosch whilst still a high school pupil. In 2012 Human was the first prize winner of Hennie Joubert National Piano Competition, Artscape National Piano Competition as well as Atterbury National Piano Competition. In 2013 he was the first prize winner of the SACS Music Competition and winner of the piano category of ATKV-Muziq national classical music competition. Human was also the winner of both the Mabel Quick Undergraduate Scholarship and Mabel Quick Overseas Scholarship, hosted by Stellenbosch Conservatory in 2014. In 2015 he received the Graham Beck Scholarship from Stellenbosch Conservatory, which enabled him to receive master classes from Jura Margulis in Salzburg. In 2016 Human received third prize at ATKV-Muziq and second prize at the Olive Lieberz Piano Competition. In 2017 Human was awarded first prize at the Fine Music Radio Music Bursary Competition and most recently the first prize at ATKV- Muziq.
He has received masterclasses from international pianists such as André Watts, Anton Nel, Antonio Pompa-Baldi, Jura Margulis, Ilya Friedberg, Aviram Reichert, Leslie Howard and Marina Lomazov.
Human is also an active chamber musician, performing frequently with fellow students and professionals. He has played with CPO, USSO and KZNPO at their respective concerto festivals. In 2013 he was invited to play Khachaturian Piano Concerto with CPO as part of the final of the Len van Zyl Conducting Competition. In 2015 he performed Chopin’s F Minor Piano Concerto with Gérard Korsten conducting Gauteng Philharmonic Orchestra in Brooklyn Theatre. In 2017 Human was invited back to GPO to perform Chopin’s E Minor Piano Concerto under the baton of Gerben Grooten.
Sulayman will be leaving in September to further his studies in the USA.
Masabane Cecilia Rangwanasha (23) is a soprano and postgraduate diploma student at the University of Cape Town under vocal tuition of Virginia Davids. Cecilia completed her BTech in Vocal Art (Performance) at the Tshwane University of Technology under the vocal tuition of Kiewiet Pali. She started singing at a very early age and represented Limpopo province on national level at the FET Band SASCE school competitions from 2009-2012. Cecilia is regularly involved in community projects singing as soloist at the National Choir Festival.
She has also performed as chorus member in the TUT student productions of Faust (2013), La Cenerentola (2014) and Falstaff (2015). In 2015 she participated in concerts and master classes with the internationally acclaimed Michelle Breedt, Kliesie Kelly Moog, Barbara Hill Moore and Josef Protschka from America and Germany, respectively. She was chosen as one of six singers to take part in the Johannesburg International Mozart Festival (2015, 2016, 2017) and was selected as semi finalist in the Mimi Coertse Singing Competition (2015). Cecilia performed as soloist in TUT’s 2015 production of The Coronation Mass (W.A. Mozart).
In 2016 she performed the role of “Fiordiligi” in TUT’s student production of Cosi Fan Tutte (W.A.Mozart) and was awarded first prize in the Phillip H. Moore Music Competition. In the same year she won the prize for the Best Interpretation of a South African work in the finals of the ATKV-Muziqanto classical vocal competition and she was also awarded the second prize. She also received the second prize at UNISA National Singing Competition in 2017 in Pretoria and was awarded first prize in ATKV-Muziqanto 2017 as well as the prize for Best Interpretation of a South African work in the semi finals.
Earlier this year Cecilia was awarded first prize in the Unisa International Voice Competition. She also took part during March in the Debora Voigt International Vocal Competition in Miami, Florida USA where she came fourth.
Cecilia is currently a studio member at Cape Town Opera. On her tour next month of the Western Cape, she will also be performing at the Fyn Arts, Hermanus and the Silver Mountain Music Festival in Swellendam.
DR ANNEKE LAMONT
Dr. Anneke Lamont (neé Van Heerden) received a PhD in 2006 from the University of the Free State with Albie van Schalkwyk and Stephanus Muller as her promoters. As winner of the UNISA Overseas Scholarship, she furthered her studies in Hanover, Germany.
She was twice invited to perform at the RAU Master Piano Series. She participated in the project ‘Zeno’ with William Kentridge and Kevin Volans. She features regularly at National Music Festivals in Grahamstown, Franschhoek and Potchefstroom. She has been an official accompanist for the UNISA International singing and string competitions.
Lamont has recorded numerous albums and was the producer of Charl du Plessis’s ‘Piano Man’ in 2009. She has partnered Handri Loots, Anzel Gerber, Nicholas Nicolaidis and Christopher Duigan (in their Crowson Duo) over many years.
Anneke is an examiner for the UNISA Music Examinations and was on the screening panel for the 2008 International Piano competitions. She is a jury member for the ATKV Musiq competitions and was actively involved in the creation of the newly formed ‘Musiqanto’ for singers. She was also on the panel for the Artscape competition between 2011 and 2013. She is a member of Die Suid-¬Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns and is associated with the Music Department at the University of Pretoria as a piano accompanist and coach. She is enrolled for post-doctoral studies at the University of Radboud in Nijmegen, Holland. She is currently the director of music at Oakhill School.