28 MARCH – 3 APRIL 2022
The Stellenbosch International Piano Symposium has been presented biennially since 2006 by the Music Department of Stellenbosch University. The main purpose of the symposium is to bring together international and national pianists through master classes, lectures, and concerts. In 2012 it was expanded further by the relaunch of the Hennie Joubert Piano Competition for gifted young South African pianists, offering attendees and learners an unmatched level of exposure to top level musicianship.
The 2022 Stellenbosch International Piano Symposium hosts 15 faculty members from an impressive array of well-known South African acclaimed pianists including, Tinus Botha, Erika Bothma, François du Toit, Catherine Foxcroft, Pieter Grobler, Esthea Kruger, Anneke Lamont, Luis Magalhães, Malcolm Nay, Megan-Geoffrey Prins, Tessa Rhoodie, Ben Schoeman, and Nina Schumann, as well as two internationally recognised pianists and teachers, Antonio Pompa-Baldi and Emanuil Ivanov.
28 March, 2pm onwards Hennie Joubert National Piano Competition Round 2
29 March, 10am onwards Hennie Joubert National Piano Competition Round 3
30 March, 8pm Emanuil Ivanov Piano Recital
31 March, 8pm Hennie Joubert National Piano Competition Finals with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra
1 April, 8pm National Faculty Concert
2 April, 8pm Antonio Pompa-Baldi Piano Recital
3 April, 8pm Piano Extravaganza
All evening concerts take place in the Endler Hall, Stellenbosch. Tickets are available via Computicket.
For more information please visit http://www.stellenboschsymposium.com/