Music Revival’s latest monthly KZN tour features pianist Christopher Duigan, joined by violinist Elena Kerimova and cellist Boris Kerimov as the Kerimov Trio, along with David Snaith (viola) and Jura Litvinenko (bass) in a performance of Schubert’s evergreen ‘Trout Quintet’. This programme, presented at the Durban Jewish Centre in KE Masinga Road at 7.30pm on Tuesday 25 June, in collaboration with Friends of Music and the KZNPO players, will also feature Beethoven’s Septet. Tickets will be available at the door, and safe parking provided.
The first part of the programme, comprising Schubert’s Trout Quintet, will be reprised at the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday 30 June at 11.30am, and again on Tuesday 2 July at 7.30pm at St Agnes Church in Kloof. At both of these venues, the Kerimov Trio will ring back the changes, recalling their early formation when they won a popular following in the founding days of Music Revival with numerous classical concerts and cafe performances across KZN, performing Eastern- European folk music. For these performances they include several of their most popular light classics including Brahms’ ‘Hungarian Dance No 5’, ‘Skylark’, ‘Hora di Mars’, Monti’s ‘Czardas’ , Massenet’s ‘Meditation’ from Thais, ‘Black Eyes’, ‘The Swan’, Caccini’s ‘Ave Maria’ and more.
Booking for the latter two concerts is preferred, through firstname.lastname@example.org or on 083 417 4473 (sms or WhatsApp only)