Legendary American composer, pianist and arranger, Dave Grusin is heading to South Africa for his first-ever collaborative tour with acclaimed guitarist, Lee Ritenour on African soil.
The two take to the stage for two rare shows on May 27th and 28th at The Teatro at Montecasino offering South African fans the opportunity to see these master musicians up-close in a classy, intimate setting.
It is his film and television soundtrack work that has really turned Grusin into a household name and saw him become an Academy Award winner (for The Milagro Beanfield War). It was also Grusin who composed the moving score for the 1989 film, A Dry White Season (based on the André Brink’ book) cementing a connection with this country thats now decades long.
Ritenour is an award-winning US guitarist who has earned the name Captain Fingers for his extraordinary ability on the guitar thats seen him release a raft of solo and collaborative work.
To book tickets follow the links alongside.
We are giving away 3 x double tickets for the show on Saturday 28th May. Please note that tickets are not transferable and are only valid for the show on the 28th.
To enter, send an email with all your contact details to email@example.com before Friday, 27th May 2011 at 9.am. Please ensure that your entry has a subject line of “Dave Grusin”. Entries without a subject line will not be considered. Please read the full list of competition rules.