BILLY SUTER with an occasional column in which he chats to musicians about musical likes and dislikes. The spotlight is on Midlands musician, Charles Webster. … More Sound Bites: Charles Webster
BILLY SUTER reports that in celebration of the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra (KZNPO) launching its summer season on Valentine’s Day , he has a special prize to offer. … More Win a special Valentine’s treat!
BILLY SUTER reports that a fun mixed bag of classical treats has been packaged for the early spring symphony season by Durban’s KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra. … More Symphonic sounds of spring
BILLY SUTER reports that the first touring pro US orchestra to visit South Africa reaches major cities soon – and two double tickets can be won for the August 12 performance in Durban. … More Win tickets to touring US orchestra
BILLY SUTER reports on this year’s colourful “Last Night of the Proms” concert, to be held at Durban’s Playhouse at 3pm on Sunday, August 5, when the KZNPO will be under the baton of Richard Cock. … More Another ‘Last Night of the Proms’
BILLY SUTER reports on the programme for the first two concerts in the Durban-based KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra’s current Summer Symphony Season. … More KZNPO’s summer sizzlers
BILLY SUTER reports on highlights of the acclaimed KZN Philarmonic Orchestra’s upcoming Earlly Spring Symphony Season at the Durban City Hall. … More Spring into classical delights
BILLY SUTER reports that Russian conductor Daniel Raiskin, currently conducting Durban’s KZNPO, might have been a chef. He also chats about the orchestra’s June 22 concert. … More Maestro might have been a chef
BILLY SUTER reports on an Italian-born KZNPO trombone player who is a self-confessed nerd into astrophysics and war games – and who has a solo with the orchestra on March 9 … More Bye, astrophysics! Hi, trombone!