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September Book Reviews

The Genius of Jane Austen: Her Love of Theatre and Why She Works in Hollywood | By Paula Byrne | Publisher: William Collins, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers | ISBN: 9780008225667 Perfect

Geleza Kleva & Learn

Geleza Kleva & Learn

Peter Feldman looks at the Geleza Kleva & Learn free music business workshops. The annual Standard Bank Joy of Jazz, which takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre from 28

Safaris & Spices

Safaris & Spices: An African food journey

By Nico Verster | Publisher: Jacana | ISBN: 9781431425327 ‘African food is hugely underrated, and modern South African cuisine is far removed from boring old bobotie and pale milk tart. I hope through Safaris

Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra

The JPO relaunches with a new vision

The Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra (JPO) was relaunched with an expanded mandate and mission at a special concert featuring the internationally renowned virtuoso pianist Olga Kern as soloist. The Johannesburg Philharmonic

Baxter Theatre

The 2017 Baxter Dance Festival

The annual Baxter Dance Festival will take place from 5 to 14 October 2017. The 2017 Baxter Dance Festival consists of the Main Programme, which will include invited and commissioned

Tonya Koenderman

A pint-sized dynamo

Who is Tonya Koenderman, the cabaret star who will be performing at Casta Diva in September and October? Tonya Koenderman has been hailed by critics as ‘one of the hottest

Romanza

An intimate homage to love

Anna Netrebko celebrates the highs and lows of love and explores a new stylistic universe with Yusif Eyvazov on Romanza, scheduled for release on Panorama on 1 September. Romanza is

Natalie Knight

The Big Picture

The Big Picture: An Art-O-Biography | By Natalie Knight | Publisher: Batya Bricker | ISBN: 9780620757331 The Big Picture is Natalie Knight’s Art-O-Biography – part memoir, part art history –

Glide on the Peace Train

In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the release of his debut album Matthew and Son in 1967, Yusuf / Cat Stevens will perform in South Africa this November as

Oppikoppi

Me Now, The Mango Picker

Now in its twenty-third year, OppiKoppi has announced it is here to stay. Ranked the fourth best music festival in the world, this October will see the festival continue to

Present in Absence

Present in Absence, an exhibition of monotypes by Louise Almon, will show at the Candice Berman Gallery in Johannesburg from 28 September to 12 October 2017. ‘What is the city

Aspire

How valuable is your art?

A free, no-obligation, expert and up-to-date valuation of your works of art can be obtained from the art specialists at Aspire Art Auctions. There has been exponential growth in the

RMB Private

The art of wealth

In light of South African art achieving record results at auctions both locally and internationally, such as the Pierneef that sold for R20 million earlier this year and the Irma

Literary Landscapes

The unbearable uncertainty of waiting

Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. The starting point is the sensation of waiting – waiting for what? A waiting

RMB

Celebrating 50 years!

The world-famous Drakensberg Boys’ Choir is celebrating its fiftieth year in real style at their school in the beautiful Champagne Valley in the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg mountain range, a World Heritage Site.

RMB

Trio NeuKlang

Three outstanding young musicians founded the ensemble Trio NeuKlang (‘New Sound’) in 1998 and they will now be performing for the first time in South Africa during RMB Starlight Classics

RMB

The Three South African Tenors

The Three South African Tenors, Siyabonga Maqungo, July Zuma and Sunnyboy Dladla, will return to South Africa for this year’s RMB Starlight Classics at Country Club Johannesburg. All opera singers

Editor's Note

Investing in art

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine South African art has been achieving record results at auctions both locally and internationally, while South African performers have gained great

Dave Mann

Performance on demand

The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. How much do we demand of performers? This is a question I’ve often

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