Music of the Night

Louise Howlett (vocals) & Albert Combrink (Piano)

“Music of the night” features the versatile soprano Louise Howlett and Pianist Albert Combrink in a touching programme of songs depicting stories of love lost and found through the styles of Opera, Broadway and Jazz.  Listeners of Fine Music Radio will not only recognize her as the presenter of For the Love of Opera, but also that of the smooth silky voice featured in Night Sessions, their new CD now frequently played over the radio, songs of which will also feature in the concert. Songs include favourites by many such as Lloyd-Webber & Sondheim.  “As time goes by” & “Stardust” rub shoulders with famous musicals in a programme designed to appeal to all ages.

Endler Concert Series (Stellenbosch University) – Matinée

Sunday 22 May 16h30



Tickets R99 / R75

Tickets available at Computicket outlets countrywide. Box office at the Endler Hall will be open on the day
For further enquiries, please call the
Endler Hall Concert Series on 021 808 2343 during office hours.

Louise Howlett studied at the Royal College of Music in London and made her Cape Town classical debut with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra at its millennium concert at Kirstenbosch. Her passion for jazz and the musicals has led her to create her own unique Singing Lady brand of Across The Styles performances which she performs throughout the province.  She recently released her second album Night Sessions with Albert Combrink.

Albert Combrink holds an MMUS in Piano Performance from Natal University, where he studied under Isabella Stengel, as well as UNISA Licentiates for Piano Performance, Accompaniment and Teaching (Cum Laude). Since making his recording and concerto debut at 18 as soloist with the Natal Philharmonic orchestra, he has gone on to make his name both in the fields of Classical and Contemporary music. Albert pianist with the CT Tango Ensemble who recently received a SAMA Award Nomination for “Best Instrumental Album” for their CD “Tango Club”.

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