Canticum Canticorum (from Song of Solomon) is a bleeding edge composition in gay normalisation, with one of the movements being a beautiful love duet for tenor and baritone.
Vox Chamber Choir and the Horizons Project Choir, two renowned choirs from South Africa’s capital city, will take hands with the Capital Chamber Orchestra on the 12th of May 2019 for the 2019 Annual Chamber Choir Festival on Mother’s Day.
Vox Chamber Choir and the Horizons Project Choir will perform compositions by Franco Prinsloo (Nedbank ACT Impact Award 2019) & Pieter Bezuidenhout (UP Stefans Grové Composition Award 2018), accompanied by the Capital Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Schalk van der Merwe (Len van Zyl Conductors’ Prize 2019).
The higlight of the concert is Franco Prinsloo’s oratorio: Canticum Canticorum, for large choir and symphony orchestra to be performed by Vox Chamber Choir, the Horizons Project Choir & the Capital Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Schalk van der Merwe. The piece (from Song of Solomon) is a bleeding edge composition in gay normalisation, with one of the movements being a beautiful love duet for tenor and baritone.
Guest choirs include the Molen Kórus from Potchestroom, under the direction of Lorette Du Toit and Kobus Venter, as well as the newly formed Unison Voices under the direction of Stephan Gericke.
You are in for a treat!
Forget about a Mothers Day gift. Buy her a soulful experience…She will love you even more.