Gauteng Opera presents a beautiful programme at La Trinita restaurant on 23 August at 19:00.
Gauteng Opera and La Trinita present: Best of the Best
We are nearing spring and it is a great time to take stock of our lives and celebrate new life and new beginnings which are normally associated with spring. Gauteng Opera has really felt the winter chill recently, but we are not yet ready to give up. To celebrate hope and fresh starts, Gauteng Opera will present a best-of-the-best programme of songs you love and would want to hear again. Songs during this performance will include hits such as Nella fantasia, Adagio, Non t’amo piu, Besame Mucho, Because we believe and La luna che non c’e, to name a few. And Tessa and La-la will once again create the delectable dishes, they are so well known for.
Gauteng Opera is an all-round performing arts and entertainment company focusing on opera-related productions, concerts and events. With the slogan “Opera for Everyone”, Gauteng Opera aims to expose opera to varied audiences with different opera offerings. Driven by excellence in vocal performance and theatre, Gauteng Opera prides itself in being one of the foremost nurturers of experts and proponents for quality vocal performance and theatre practitioners.
La Trinita has a vast a la carte menu available and delectable wines on sale. For the past 19 years, La Trinita has served top quality Italian food, merging the specialities of three cities, Bologna, Napoli and Perugia, at its finest. With a simple formula of QUALITY, they offer an unrivalled menu of delectable dishes that reflect Italy’s most traditional elements of food and culinary style. La Trinita has two years ago been a finalist for the BASA Awards for the work they did with Gauteng Opera. Another accolade they are very proud of is that La Trinita has been chosen as one of 101 best places to eat in the world.
Owners Tessa and La-la donate all the profits generated from this evening to Gauteng Opera for further development of the artists. Performing on the night will be the talented Gauteng Opera artists, Litho Nqai (soprano), Zita Pretorius (soprano), Khayakazi Madlala (soprano), Phenye Modiane (tenor), Kagiso Boroko (tenor), Chuma Sijeqa (baritone) and Solly Motaung (baritone). They will be accompanied on piano by Andrew Duncan.