SOLD OUT: William Kentridge & Kyle Shepherd
September 19 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pmR300
William Kentridge and Kyle Shepherd join forces to perform in the collaborative concert Why Should I Hesitate.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CANNOT ACCEPT SECOND-HAND TICKETS PURCHASED THROUGH THIRD PARTIES.
The concert is an expansion of their work together at the Centre for the Less Good Idea in Johannesburg and on the chamber opera Waiting for the Sibyl (which will premiere in Rome in September). The performance includes a section of Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonate, which Kentridge has performed with different musicians on several occasions in various cities; live piano performance by Shepherd to a charcoal animation film, still in progress, by Kentridge; as well as other mixtures of projection, voice and piano. Part rehearsed and part free improvisation, the evening promises to be an interesting exploration of the relationship of sound, word and image – how the image affects what you hear, how the sound affects what you see.
There is the option of buying either concert tickets for R300, or concert tickets with a three-course meal at The Skotnes Restaurant from 6:00PM, which cost R600.
- Tickets cost R300 for the show.
- Tickets cost R600 for the show and a three-course meal at The Skotnes Restaurant
- Dinner starts at 18:00
- The show starts at 20:00.
- All tickets are inclusive of admission to our galleries.