Jan 13

South African cellist Abel Selaocoe (pronounced Sa-LAU-chay) is redefining the parameters of the cello. Abel combines virtuosic performance with improvisation, singing and body percussion, and focuses on highlighting the links between Western and non-Western musical traditions to help classical music reach a more diverse audience. He’s the perfect guest for Passport to Africa.

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Jan 06

In 1890, the Romantic French composer Camille Saint-Saëns traveled to Ceylon, then to Alexandria and Cairo. During his travels, Saint-Saëns collected much of the region’s indigenous music, often transcribing themes on the spot. While in Egypt, he composed Africa, a fantasy for piano and orchestra based on genuine North African sources, including various songs and dances of Egypt and Algeria.

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Dec 30

The clock is ticking down! Hard to believe that we’re on the brink of a brand new decade; the 2010s flew by! Here at the Cape Symphony, we’re excited for all the things we have planned to share with you in the future. We’ve got amazing concerts from January to June, some very special appearances this summer that we’ll be sharing with you soon, and more!

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Dec 16

If you came to the Cape Symphony’s Holiday on the Cape in 2017, you had the pleasure of hearing powerhouse singer Siren Mayhew. The Martha’s Vineyard native performed John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas” with the chorus from Eddy Elementary School, which brought the house down, and later in the show, her rendition of “O Holy Night” had the audience spellbound. Siren was truly the star of the show, with our customers complimenting her “outstanding,” “powerful,” and “breathtaking” voice.

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