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Attending a live classical music concert is a wonderful experience, and really not to be missed. You get to watch the musicians tickle the ivories and create great music that makes you feel good and gives you a sense of peace and well-being.

CLASSICAL MUSIC

You have the opportunity of attending an exciting Classical Music Concert in the quaint little town of Franschhoek, in the Western Cape. Be sure not to miss out and make sure that you are in Franschhoek from the 25th to the 27th October 2013. For more information you can visit http://www.franschhoekclassic.co.za

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To whet your appetite these are just 3 of the classical pianist’s that will be performing for you. First there is Christopher Duigan who is regarded as South Africa’s most popular concert pianist.

Then there is François du Toit who is acknowledged as one of South Africa’s finest. He studied at the Trinity College of music in London, and did his honours degree at the University of Cape Town.

And to add an International flavour to the performance there is Bryan Wallick, who has performed with orchestras all over the world. Be sure to find out more about Bryan and go to www.bryanwallick.com

A feast for all those who love Classical Music, and would love to attend a live Classical Music Concert!

OPEN GARDENS

Not only do you get to enjoy the beauty of music but you also get to enjoy the beauty of Nature as this weekend is also “Open Gardens” weekend in Franschhoek. All these private gardens are open for you to come and enjoy, pick up a few tips see the garden designs and leave feeling rejuvenated.

So really there is every reason for you to make place for the weekend of the 25th to 27th October 2013. There are plenty of places to stay and a great deal of restaurants and Coffee Shops for you to be treated to the finest dishes and the most delectable pastries, along with the excellent wine and coffee from the region.  Don’t miss out on the “Wine Tram” which takes you on a tour of the wine farms in the region.

Franschhoek is just 84km from Cape Town and 32km from Stellenbosch. Set in the magnificent mountains surrounding the Franschhoek valley.

To assist you in your travel plans contact us at Travels at Leisure and we will be happy to assist you with car hire and accommodation at some of the finest establishments in South Africa. For example why not try the “Last Word” in town or maybe you would like to spend the weekend at  “Babylonstoren”, a farm which is only a few kilometers from the town, and is worth a few days relaxation.

Babylonstoren-Farm

We have some great options available for you so email us for a package that suits your needs: info@travelsatleisure.com

Babylonstoren Farm