Events in the Western Cape – April 2011

SACM – Students’ Quarterly Concert:  This event takes place on the 19th of April at the Baxter Concert Hall in Rondebosch Cape Town. Tickets are priced between R25 and R50 per person. The South African College of Music was founded 101 years ago and offers world-class performances of African and Western Classical music, jazz and opera on a weekly basis throughout the academic year. The South African College of Music (SACM) offers training in a range of orchestral instruments, piano, voice, African music and jazz. The College boasts several string, wind, jazz and percussion ensembles as well as choirs, a symphony orchestra and Jazz Big Band. In addition, the SACM’s Opera School annually presents a season of opera performances. All students are required either to play in the orchestras or bands or sing in the choirs, at the discretion of the Director. Doors open 20 minutes before the start of the show, the show starts at 20h15 and it is two hours long, including a 15-minute interval. Secure parking is available in the Baxter’s parking area and nearby, Parking is patrolled by Carwatch, for your peace of mind.

Sedgefield Slow Festival 2011: Set in the heart of abundant natural beauty, Sedgefield has for years remained poised for a social event that is a fusion of nature and the relaxed standard of life enjoyed by its inhabitants. Blessed with sea, beaches, dunes, lakes, river and a mountainous skyline it begs for an outdoors event. This year’s Slow Festival will be held from Friday 22 April to Wednesday 27 April 2011 and will launch a well balanced series of events to fit into the lifestyle of Africa’s first official Slow Town. During the first-ever Slow Festival in South Africa you’ll get to experience some unique and fantastic events, from boulle to backgammon, sandcastles to sumptuous fare and even mountain biking to marvelous mutts. It’s a festival celebrating the real things in life: wholesome goodness, family, friends, the outdoors and great food. While most people live by their watches, the Sedgefield Slow Festival will offer the time to enjoy, appreciate and savour. For more information visit http://www.slowfestival.co.za/.

If you are looking to attend an upcoming event, you might also want to check out the Event Tickets category on the Junk Mail website.

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