Feast of fine classical sounds

LOVERS of classic music will be spoilt for choice when world famous brass quintet Harmonic Brass Munich performs on our shores in a series of four concerts.

LOVERS of classic music will be spoilt for choice when world famous brass quintet Harmonic Brass Munich performs on our shores in a series of four concerts.

The group lands in South Africa next month to perform its famous show Bonjour Paris from February 3 to 11. The tour starts at the Pro Musica Theatre in Roodepoort, Gauteng.

The Harmonica Brass Munich then moves to Western Cape for three performance, opening on February 9 at Hugo Lambrechts Auditorium in Parow, Cape Town, and then its on to St George's Cathedral on February 10. The popular quintet wind up their tour on February 11 at the Endler Hall of the University of Stellenbosch.

The Germany's five-member-brass group has taken the world by storm since they were introduced to classical music. With their delightful rendition, they will thrill local classical music fans as they have with fans in other parts of the the globe.

The group plays brass music brilliantly and have a way of always making the audience feel that they were right to have dropped everything to attend a Harmonic Brass Munich concert.

On the stage the ensemble entertains with good humour and meticulously fill their performances with serious classical music too.

This is certainly one concert you should not miss.

They travel the globe giving about 120 concerts a year and have travelled large parts of the world hosting international workshops since 2000.

The Goethe Institute, a nonprofit German cultural institution that promotes international cultural exchange and relations and fosters knowledge about Germany, have rightly used Harmonic Brass as its ambassador.

The eclectic music of Harmonic Brass Munich sounds even better when you hear them at the right venue, such as the ones chosen in South Africa.

Tickets for the concerts cost R80 and R100 at Computicket

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