YOUTH MUSIC CONCERTS

FINE MUSIC RADIO  |  Podcast , ±1 hr 46 min episodes every 3 weeks, 5 days  | 
Performing in public is a crucial element for a young musician’s development, as they leave the solitude of a practise room for a stage. Music competitions and concerts give the young performer a goal to work towards and a space to conquer difficulties and gain confidence. Thank you to all the sponsors and organisers for providing this vital platform. These concerts have all been broadcast on FMR and we are delighted to now share them as a podcast. Congratulations to all the young musicians.

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23
JAN

36th National Youth Music Competition

The 36th National Youth Music Competition took place in December 2021 at the Hugo Lambrechts Auditorium. There were 45 young musicians competing for cash prizes totalling R155 000. In the final round, six of South Africa’s finest rising stars from the piano, strings and wind categories performed with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra. This final concert was broadcast on FMR in January, presented by Louise Howlett. Thanks to Friends of Orchestral Music.
10
OCT
2021

Youth Classical Music Competition 2021

Artscape Theatre Centre and the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra present the 50th Anniversary Youth Classical Music Concert 2021. This concert took place at Artscape in September. It showcased the exceptional talent of young instrumentalists and singers as they performed on a professional stage with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Brandon Phillips. Divided into three groups, the soloists represented past, present and future stars.
19
SEP
2021

The Johann Vos Music Competition

The Johann Vos Music Competition took place on 31 August and
1 Sepember at Bellville High School in collaboration with the Hugo Lambrechts Music Trust. This was the 30th year that this competition was sponsored by Johann Vos, who we are proud to say is chairperson of FMR’s Board. The competition was open to all high school music learners and grade 6 and 7 primary school learners. The broadcast of a selection of piano pieces played at the finals was on FMR on 19 September and is now available as a podcast.
We thank Gerlinde Moser from Remax Living – Real Estate for sponsoring
FMR’s broadcast.
12
SEP
2021

FMR Bursary Trust Awards - Classical

The 12th Annual Fine Music Radio Bursary Trust Awards took place at the Baxter Concert Hall in August 2021. In order to comply with the requisite number of people allowed in an indoor venue, we split the jazz and classical section over two days with no audience members allowed. This year, for the first time, the classical music section was divided into instrumentals and vocals. The winners are: in the classical vocal section Lefa Sello and in the classical instrumental section Kevin (Gyu Min) Kim on piano. Thanks to the Nussbaum foundation for generously sponsoring the R60 000 worth of prize money.
11
SEP
2021

FMR Bursary Trust Awards - Jazz

The 12th Annual Fine Music Radio Bursary Trust Awards took place at the Baxter Concert Hall in August 2021. In order to comply with the requisite number of people allowed in an indoor venue, we split the jazz and classical section over two days with no audience members allowed. This year, for the first time, the classical music section was divided into instrumentals and vocals. The winners is Dane Paris on drums. Thanks to the Nussbaum foundation for generously sponsoring the R60 000 worth of prize money.

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