20/20 Entertainment in Containment – 20 Artists, 20 minutes, 20|20 vision, in 2020

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JOIN US FOR AN ONLINE MUSICAL REVOLUTION

Biblioteek Productions presents twenty Classical interdisciplinary online projects of twenty minutes each. Nearly sixty freelance artists from all spheres of the creative and arts industry are involved in this exciting project.

These mini productions will be rolled out weekly for 20 weeks from 10 July.  Join us in this online revolution, where we continue to bring boundary shifting classical music to you!

Launch: Friday 10 July 2020, thereafter weekly.

Bookings via QUICKET

R80 per device – donations are welcome through Quicket

Viewing will be available for 6 days from going live.

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“Classical artists have been through an incredibly tough time as COVID-19 and an economic crisis hit our industry nearly 3 months ago. The future, especially for freelance musicians, is more uncertain than before, and it is my hope that this project will bring both income for the artists, as well as create an enjoyable new way of consuming our art form for our audiences! We are all exploring new ways to present Classical music and hope that this project will inspire artists and the public alike, to join us on a journey of discovery and bringing new life to our industry.”

Artistic Director of Biblioteek Productions, Magdalene Minnaar

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PLEASE SUPPORT THE 20 PROJECTS BY BUYING YOUR TICKET
AND SHARING THE EVENTS!!

Book here

ARTISTS:

10 July – Capital Chamber Orchestra: “Suru”

17 July – Nina Fourie-Gouws & Gerard Seymour: “Landscapes for Guitar”

24 July – Louisa Theart, Matthijs van Dijk and Coila Enderstein: “Photoplay”

31 July – Magdalena de Vries: “Fragment”

7 August – Daniel Zachariah Franks: “The Hot Club of Cape Town”

14 August – Magdalene Minnaar & José Dias: “Nocturne”

21 August – Christiaan Snyman, Kerry Wisniewsky & Natalie Bentley: “Don Quichotte”

28 August – Elmarie van der Vyver & Mathilda Hornsveld:  “Strings and Songs”

4 September – Emma Farquharson, Caleb Vaughn-Jones, Lara Kirsten, Ilse Myburgh & Oswald Mbuyiseli Mtshali: “Hear Her Now”

11 September – Franco Prinsloo, Sonya Rademeyer, Willem van den Heever & André van Rensburg: “Traces”

18 September – Busisiwe Ngejane & Makudupanyane Senaoana: “La Bohéme”

MORE ARTISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

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