KZN Philharmonic Orchestra (KZNPO) with Natalie Rungan and Salt Rock resident Njabulo Nzuza presents Perfectly well at the Beachwood Country Club in Durban North on Monday 21 March from 4.30pm.
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Not only will there be great jazz tunes, but patrons will also be treated to a sublime Thai fusion meal from Goo’s at the event.
The Siza Foundation, the proactive CSI hub of the Durban-based Samuels Group, is organizing the event as part of its arts support programme.
Perfectly Fine combines an elegant fine dining experience with the cuisine of respected Thai chef Goo Imthawin of Goo’s on Beachwood and a program of light classics; catchy pop; hits from the musicals and jazz fusion courtesy of the mighty KZNPO under the direction of resident bandleader Lykele Temmingh.
Rungan and Nzuza’s music will be interspersed with delicious dishes. Wine will be served throughout the event.
Guests will be treated to starters upon arrival, a main course during intermission and dessert at the end of the concert.
“After the long lockdown, we are desperate to engage with friends and with music. We have all missed concerts and events. We felt it was time to organize a gathering to enjoy the finer things in life; good friends, glorious music, fine wine and a delicious meal. Beachwood Country Club always goes out of its way to accommodate us, and their place is accessible, spacious and airy. In conversation with KZNPO’s Bongani Tembe, we added KZNPO to the mix,” said Darin Samuels.
Packages and rates
The premium package includes an elegant three-course meal inspired by Thai fusion and wine to be enjoyed at the restaurant at R2,000.
The second option is a delicious platter for two with wine, served on the huge veranda at R1200.
The third is a delicious picnic basket served on a free picnic blanket on the lawn at R800.
For reservations, email [email protected] Where [email protected] or call Anita or Claire de Samuels on 031 538 3200
For more information visit http://kznphil.org.za
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