What better way to chill out on a Sunday morning than in the tranquil urban space of IT Corner in Melville while listening to the ambient light classical sounds of Gauteng Opera with guest artists from Coert’s Studio. During interval, you can enjoy a tasty brunch with family and friends. The soloists of Gauteng Opera will entertain you with lovely music, fitting for this special setting in Melville. Songs during this morning’s concert will include hits such as To where you are, Romanza, Volare, Caruso, Non ti scordar di me, La luna che non c’e and Mein Herr Marquis from Die Fledermaus, to name a few.
Gauteng Opera is an all-round performing arts and entertainment company focussing 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.
IT Corner is the perfect base for creative, innovative, vibrant, young businesses and professionals like freelancers, creatives, consultants and mobile workers to plug in, work, network and have a unique cup of coffee at the same time.
This cool, urban location in the heart of Melville, Johannesburg is the ideal environment to connect with like-minded individuals. Our café is ideal for today’s professionals; with free internet access, onsite tech help, online backup, web hosting and design, and depending on what you need, separate areas for reflection and creativity, a meeting room to host clients and a hub for mingling.
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Performing on 28 May will be the talented Gauteng Opera soloists, Litho Nqai (soprano), Zita Pretorius (soprano), Phenye Modiane (tenor), Kagiso Boroko (tenor), Chuma Sijeqa (baritone) and Solly Motaung (baritone). They will be accompanied on piano by Andrew Duncan.