Morning Mirror Extra - 27/11/2009




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MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE ANTONIA (TONI) VAN DER BLOM

A MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD FOR TONI VAN DER BLOM
ON SATURDAY 28TH NOVEMBER 2009
AT FARLEYS IN BULAWAYO.
TIME: 11.30AM

THERE WILL BE A WAKE AT IRIS'S PLACE ON FLINT ROAD HILLSIDE AFTER THE SERVICE.
(Please bring your own drinks.)

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RHODES JUBILEE COTTAGES
Handel Avenue, Barham Green

BRAAI LUNCH

Sunday 29th November from 11.00 a.m.
Music by 'The Friends' formerly Cassims Band Entrance FREE...FREE...FREE Braai Packs R30 Sadza, Choms, Salads, Rolls and Desert available Mini Bar serving Malts and Cold Drinks Proceeds to provide a Super Xmas Lunch for the Residents of RJC and BG community elders On 13th December 2009.
PLEASE SUPPORT A WORTHY CAUSE
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CBC ZIMFEST PUB NIGHT

To be held on Saturday 28th November 2009 at CBC from 6.30pm until late. Music to be provided by Gary Stanley. Tasty food and reasonable drinks will be on sale. There will be a cover charge of US$3.00. Come join us and get the festive season off to a fantastic start.

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THE DANCE ACADEMY
Proudly Presents

A CHRISTMAS DREAM

A delightful show with a Christmas flavour guaranteed to set the stage for a fun filled holiday season!

Thursday, 26th November - 7:00 pm
Friday, 27th November - 7:00 pm
Saturday, 28th November - 2:00 pm
Saturday, 28th November - 6:00 pm Gala Evening
Gala Evening includes delicious snacks and imported wine.
Tickets available at The Bulawayo Theatre from Please book early to avoid disappointment.

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CENTENARY & CARMEL SCHOOL

MEGA FIREWORKS DISPLAY
28/11/09 @ Trade Fair Arena
Dates open: 4 to 10pm
Fireworks for 30 minutes between 8 & 9pm
On Offer: jumping castles, braai, spit, bar, candy floss, music, children's toys, fast foods, drinks etc.

SPCA APPEAL
FIREWORKS TERRIFY ANIMALS

Fireworks displays & celebrations bring confusion, anxiety and fear into the lives of animals causing many to run away from their homes.

BE A RESPONSIBLE OWNER.
Precautions to take
Put your pets inside your house
Turn on the TV & radio to deaden sound
Give tranquilizers to highly strung pets
Do not leave them alone, they could injure themselves

For further information, Contact Berry at the SPCA - 66578

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Friday 20 November, Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
Mayerling - Ballet, music by Liszt
There will be a supper interval. Carriages: 9.45 p.m.
It's unlikely material for a ballet perhaps but "Mayerling" is a powerful and spectacular work that tells the tragic story of the double-death of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria-Hungary and the 17-year-old Mary Vetsera.
Tickets: US$3.00/R25.00, free to members. Dinner will be available to order.

Monday 23 November, Robert Sibson Hall at 7.30 p.m.
Nina Schumann and Luis Magalhaes (two pianos)
Brahms, arr. Constantin Silvestri: Variations on a Theme of Paganini - Books I & II; Arensky: Suite No.1 in F major; Arensky: Suite No.2 - "Silhouettes"; Lutoslawski: Variations on a Theme of Paganini ; Copland, arr.Leonard Bernstein: El Sal n M xico.
The Magalh es/Schumann Piano Duo is based at the Stellenbosch University.
Luis Magalh es started playing the piano at the age of five and by the time he went to study piano at the University of North Texas in 1999 he was already a seasoned recitalist and solo-and chamber music performer. There he met his duo partner Nina Schumann where she had come to study with Vladimir Viardo after having met him at masterclasses in South Africa. The "TwoPianists" duo soon achieved international recognition and has given performances in the USA, Germany, Portugal, Austria, Switzerland and Japan as well as South Africa.

Booking at the Academy from Monday 9 November. Tickets are US$5.00/R40.00, free to members.

Tuesday 24 November, Robert Sibson Hall at 7.30 p.m.
The Lyric Piano Trio
Haydn: Piano Trio No.39 in G major; Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.2 in C minor,
Op.66; Shostakovich: Piano Trio No.2 in E minor, Op.67
Peter Martens will be remembered for his cello recital in 2007 and he now returns as a member of the Lyric Trio. He is active as both solo and chamber music performer in South Africa and abroad as well as recording frequently with the SABC. Since the release of his CD "Cello Classics" he has been working on the double set CD of the Beethoven Cello Sonatas with Luis Magalh„es. His wife Suzanne was leader of the UP Symphony Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra and whilst furthering her studies in Holland and Austria was a member of the Salzburger Musici Chamber Orchestra.
She has held positions of leader of both the Pretoria and Cape Philharmonic Orchestras and was violin lecturer at Pretoria and Stellenbosch Universities.
The programme includes three marvellous trios. To begin with there is the most famous of Haydn's forty or more, the one ending with the sparkling Gypsy Rondo and this is followed by Mendelssohn's C minor Trio, one of his very finest works full of drama and good tunes. After the interval there is Shostakovich's E minor trio which will not be forgotten by anyone who heard it at the 2006 Festival where it made a powerful impact. Written during the Second World War, it is dedicated the to the memory of the man he called his dearest friend who died suddenly in early 1944 and it reflects both grief at the loss and memories of the past in music of extraordinary imagination and power. Absolutely not to be missed by anyone who cares about great music!
Booking at the Academy from Monday 9 November. Tickets are S$5.00/R40.00, free to members. ++



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