Tenor sensation, Levy Sekgapane to wow audiences at Baxter Concert Hall

A graduate of the University of Cape Town Opera School, Levy Sekgapane won the Mimi Coertse Singing Competition, in 2013.

Two years later, in 2015 he won the Belvedere singing competition in Amsterdam, the Montserrat Caballé competition in Spain, and the Southern African Music Rights Organisation’s Best Western Art Music singer prize.

This Tuesday evening, Sekgapane will be performing at the Baxter Concert Hall, in Cape Town. He says the audience can expect fantastic music in four different languages and fantastic poems.

Sekgapane will perform alongside renowned pianist Albie van Schalkwyk.

It's every artists dream to share their talent with their country.

Levy Sekgapane, tenor

This will be my first performance at UCT since graduating.

Levy Sekgapane, tenor

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