The opening concert for all you music lovers will be this amazingly talented Lithuanian pianist, Muza Rubackyte who will play pieces by Mozart, Beethoven and Schumann.
Muza was born in Lithuania but studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow, winning the Grand Prize at the Liszt/Bartok International Piano Competition in Budapest in 1981.
She had been a member of the Lithuanian Resistance Movement and was only allowed to leave Russia, in 1989.
She received the ‘Pro Cultura Hungarica’ Prize from the Hungarian Ministry of Culture for her promotion of the legacy of the composer Franz Liszt. From the President of the
Republic of Lithuania, Muza was awarded the ‘Legion of Honour’ for her work in the Resistance Movement.
This is a feisty lady with many talents, one of which is a great gift as a musician, so join us all on the night of February 5 and enjoy a fabulous opening night of musical magic.
Monday, February 5th, 2018
Venue; Dutch Reformed Church Hall, Fichat Street
Tickets; At the door from 6.45pm; Adults R150; Scholars R30