And now for something different

Still Dream - a classical Zanne Stapelberg de Lange production - is on stage in Windhoek for one evening only.

12 October 2018 | Art and Entertainment

No stranger to Namibia, the sensual opera star Zanne Stapelberg de Lange will grace the stage with her signature golden honey voice for one magical evening of classical music with her brand new production, Still Dream, on Thursday evening, 18 October.

“I have a deep affinity for Namibia and its people and always enjoy performing here. I find Namibians to be most appreciative and understanding of the feeling and message of the music that I live to convey,” Zanne says of her upcoming production.

Tickets cost N$200 and are available through EventsToday at www.today.com.na, PayToday and all Airtime City Machines.



About the show

Still Dream is South African opera singer de Lange's brand new production. Known for her incredible ability as a singing actress, she breathes life into every character she portrays in the multitude of arias and songs she performs in this exquisite recital. It features famous opera arias, French art song, musicals and Spanish Zarzuela arias. Zanne made her operatic debut at the age of 22 and has since established herself as one of her country's most respected and beloved artists, being called a 'national treasure' by critics. Highlights of the programme include the haunting French 'Image of the Rose' by Hector Berlioz, Bizet's 'Habanera' from Carmen, the 'Jewel Song' from Gounod's Faust and the 'Song to the Moon' from Rusalka by

Dvorak.

The second half of the programme is a feast of songs by composers like Kurt Weil, Cole Porter and Stephen Sondheim. Zanne will end off the night with her great passion, Spanish music, singing songs by Obradors and unrivalled master of the tango, Astor Piazzolla.





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