The KZN Philharmonic's dynamic approach to its responsibilities in Education and Development (E&D) has resulted in the growth of vibrant community-centred programmes.
These endeavours encompass arts exposure, skills training and performance opportunities that contribute to the ongoing sustainability and growth of this art form in South Africa. It also ensures that thousands of school children are reached annually through school concerts in addition to the numerous community concerts and rural residency programmes.
The orchesta is also committed to harnessing South African talent and providing a career path for young musicians through programmes such as the National Cadetship Programmer. Talented young musicians, aspiring to a professional level of performance, work with the orchestra as cadets.
On a one-to-one basis, as well as in groups, young talent is fostered through training by the KZN Philharmonic and its members, who teach at schools, tertiary institutions or privately. Tuition is also given to students of community-based arts projects, with which the Orchestra has formed links.
For further information contact our Education Co-ordinator on 031 369 9438 or
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
Call For Scores
New Music Reading Sessions
with the KwaZulu Natal Philharmonic Orchestra
An exceptional opportunity for composers, the KZN Philharmonic will consider all orchestral works, with preference given to orchestrations of
3333-4331-Timp+ 2 Perc-HP-Pno-Str or smaller
Submission material should include:
1. Copy of your Score
2. Sample string part or other significant part. Full parts expected after selection.
3. CV and brief biography
4. Contact Information : Your name, address, email address and phone number.
*Rolling Deadline For Submissions
All submissions can be sent as PDF's to email@example.com
Physical copies can be sent to
Jonathan Hooper New Music Initiative
KZN Philharmonic Orchestra
PO Box 5353