2017 - Ulm - South Africa and back - the Junge Bläserphilharmonie Ulm on concert tour

The time has come: from the 26th of July to 13th of August 2017 the Junge Bläserphilharmonie will go on an extensive concert tour to South Africa.

From Frankfurt via Dubai, then to Cape Town, where they will first have a lunch concert in Endler Hall of the University of Stellenbosch and another concert in the Paarl Boys' High School. In addition to a further concert together with the Cape Town Philharmonic Wind Ensemble, visits in Stellenbosch, Cape Town and an excursion to Hout Bay, Cape Point and Table Mountain are planned.
Via Oudtshoorn with a visit to the Cangoo caves and an ostrich farm, the journey will continue to Port Elizabeth, where a fourth concert together with the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University wind band will take place. They will then continue on to Durban. There the JBU will perform in two further concerts together with KwaZulu-Natal Youth Wind Band conducted by Russell Scott.

The journey then heads to St. Lucia to the Hluhluwe National Park where they will go on a game drive and stay overnight in the Zulu Village Shakaland at Richards Bay. Then it's on to Winterton in the Drakensberg Mountains to the seventh concert together with the famous Drakensberg Boys Choir, which will surely be a musical highlight. The last stop of the tour will be in Pretoria, where the JBU will perform in their eighth concert together with the University of Pretoria Symphonic Winds conducted by Matheu Kieswetter.
The tour then goes back from Johannesburg via Dubai and Frankfurt to Ulm.
The 19-day concert tour is sponsored by the Goethe-Institut.

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