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South African National Youth Orchestra hosted at Canadian HC

Pictured with the Orchestra are (l-r) standing 4th from left are Conductor Mark Hampson, SANYOF Chief Operations Officer Sophia Welz, Conductor Scott Gabriel and Canadian High Commissioner Adele Dion

The High Commissioner of Canada to South Africa, Adele Dion hosted an evening of the world's best brass music with the National Youth Brass, a group of South Africa's top young brass talent selected from the National Youth Orchestra. The Orchestra was led by conductor Mark Hampson from the United Kingdom.

Present at the performance was Scott Gabriel, a Canadian conductor. Gabriel will be conducting the performance taking place at the Linder Auditorium on 30 June 2012.

      


 Details of the concerts are as follows:
Saturday, 30 June at the Linder Auditorium at 15:00 National Youth Concert Orchestra
20:00 The National Youth Orchestra Sasol Concert
Sunday, 1 July at the Musaion, University of Pretoria (afternoon performance)15:00 The National Youth Orchestras with top SA artists Judith Sephuma, Samson Diamond, Charl du Plessis.

www.sanyo.org.za


 


 
 
 
 

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