HIFA Harare International
Festival of the Arts

Baroque 2000 – Four Seasons

1 May 2018

Draped in elegantly flowing costumes of crimson red, in a candle lit theatre, the Durban-based collective, Baroque 2000, performed a hauntingly beautiful ensemble that chilled the audience in The Standard Theatre.

 

The wide-ranging solo performances from the ensemble were arranged and executed strikingly that even the skies opened up for some May rains of applause. Be sure to catch their remaining performances on Thursday at 1.15pm and Friday at 10am at the Theatre@TheStandard.

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