Recorder and Harpsichord Concert at UNISA

Stefan Temmingh is part of the young generation of world-class recorder players. Born in Cape Town, he comes from a Dutch-South-African family of musicians and now lives in Munich. As an Early Music specialist he has played internationally with his baroque ensemble at renowned festivals and concert series. As a soloist he plays with various baroque, chamber and symphony orchestras in Europe, Asia and Africa. He also initiates and participates in numerous projects and premieres of contemporary music.

Recorder and Harpsichord Concert at UNISA: Stefan Temmingh
Recorder and Harpsichord Concert at UNISA: Stefan Temmingh

Erik Dippenaar is currently Artistic Director of the Cape Town-based baroque orchestra Camerata Tinta Barocca, a member of the period ensemble The Cape Consort and a part-time lecturer in music history at the University of Cape Town. A nationally renowned harpsichord player, he is now studying towards a PhD in music at UCT, focussing on the role historical domestic keyboard instruments played in the colonisation process in Southern Africa.

Stefan Temmingh and Erik Dippenaar will perform a concert of Baroque Music on recorder and harpsichord at the Miriam Makeba Hall on the Unisa Muckleneuk campus. Repertoire will include well know works by Corelli, Handel, Vivaldi and other well know Baroque composers.

What:            Recital by Stefan Temmingh (recorder) and Erik Dippenaar (harpsichord)

When:           Saturday 12 March 2016, 18:00

Where:          Miriam Makeba Hall, Unisa Muckleneuk Campus

Tickets:         Sold at the door – R110 (adults) & R85 (students and pensioners).

For more information, visit the website: UNISA Music Foundation