The Southern suburbs fine art gallery will be hosting a night of world-class choral music by the South African Youth Choice (SAYC) on 6 October 2018 in Gallery 8.

The internationally renowned choir team performance forms part of the Norval Foundation Concert Programme, where they aim to create a unique experience for patrons to enjoy a musical element as they explore the gallery filled with art.

Visitors can also enjoy three-course dinner at the Skotness restaurant, located on the property of the Norval Foundation. Guests will be able to dine at Skotness before the big performance.

The SAYC is one of the most sought-after performance choirs in South Africa, regularly performing and recording with local and international artists. Since the SAYC was formed in 2005, it has showcased a vast array of abilities on both the local and international stages, entertaining people all over the world.

Tickets – 

Tickets can be secured by contacting the Norval Foundation on their website.

R 200 per person – secures a seat at the musical performance show.

R500 per person – secures a seat at the show and includes a three-course meal at the Skotness restaurant before the performance.

Patrons are advised to arrive at 6pm sharp as the show starts at 8.30pm.

General members of the Norval Foundation will receive a 10% discount on dinner tickets. All tickets are inclusive of admission to the galleries that can be enjoyed from 5pm onward.

The foundation will host an array of other events in partnership with their Concert programme that will feature some of South Africa’s most talented musicians across various genres, from classical to rock. The programme will also feature international touring musicians.

Picture: The South African Choir


Date: October 6
Time: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost: RR200 - R500


The Norval Foundation
4 Steenberg Road, Steenberg Estate
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone: 087 654 5900
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