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- Friday, 02 March 2012 08:57
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Lecturers from the College of the Arts (COTA) will host a concert on Saturday, 3 March at the institution’s concert hall as from 20h00. The lecturers have compiled an ensemble based programme, featuring items such as a piano quartet, a voice-recorder-piano ensemble and a Grieg Piano Concerto. Tickets will be sold at the door: N$50 for adults while children and pensioners will pay N$25. (Picture) Lecturers of COTA who will perform in the Classical Lecturers Concert. (Left to right) At the back are Fred Kazandjian, Carine Pienaar, Hermien Coetzee, Howard Duminy and Wilma Schlenther. Sitting in front are Betsy Barnard, Rina Opperman, Hans-Peter Drobisch, Johanita de Waal and Ebbie Becker.
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