Flautist Tatiana Thaele whom we featured on the Lavatory Records platform in an interview conducted in November of 2015, is a co-organiser of a production called Metamorphoses::Mythes des femmes which is The Story of Women In Mythology And Music. The event features Tatiana on flute and Julia Rinderle on Piano.
The event will take place at Erin Hall which is located at 8 Erin Road, Rondebosch, Cape Town on the 19th of March at 8PM. Tickets are available from Web Ticket and you can also email Tatiana on firstname.lastname@example.org. Ticket prices are set R80 for adults and R50 for students. For more information, checkout the Metamorphoses::Mythes des femmes event page on Facebook.
“In Ovid’s epic poem ‘Metamorphoses’ we first encounter the wood nymph Syrinx and the beginnings of the water nymph, Undine. But what does Syrinx have in common with Undine? Both must suffer for love, both must sacrifice their very essence and transform to survive, both show us what it means to be woman, to be human.
Come and join us as we explore the tale of these two beings. Through the music of Debussy and Reinecke and accompanying poetry and stories, we will unravel the magic and tragedy of these mythical women.” – Metamorphoses::Mythes des femmes Facebook event page.