PE Music Society - Liesl Stoltz and Albie van Schalkwy

25 July 2019 - 25 July 2019
PE Music Society - Liesl Stoltz and Albie van Schalkwy

Our two artists for this occasion are Cape Town based flautist and pianist, Liesl Stoltz and Albie van Schalkwyk.

Liesl Stoltz studied at the University of Stellenbosch, after which she studied in France and Italy, where she obtained diplomas with distinction. She numbers among her teachers, Eva Tamassy, Shigenori Kudo, Pierre-Yves Artaud and Peter-Lucas Graf, and she has won numerous prizes in national and international competitions in Romania and Germany.

Liesl obtained a DMus from UCT in 2010. At present, she performs extensively as soloist and chamber musician and teaches at the South African College of Music, UCT. She plays a 14k Yamaha flute and was named a Yamaha South African artist in 2018.

Albie van Schalkwyk is not only a solo performer in his own right, but is also one of the leading chamber musicians and vocal accompanists in South Africa. In his distinguished career, he won both the UNISA Overseas Scholarship and first prize in the SABC Piano Competition. Apart from his teaching career at UCT, he has given master classes for singers and accompanists, and served as music producer and official accompanist for the SABC. He has also been a member of several well-known SA ensembles, notably the Songmakers Guild, which gives performers the opportunity to appear in lieder recitals.



For their recital in PE, they chose to play the following repertoire:

N Hummel       Sonata Op 50

G Faure            Fantaisie Op 79

G Enescu          Cantabile et Presto

B Martinu         Sonata No 1

B Godard          Suite de trios morceaux Op 116

 F Martin           Ballade

R Muczynski     Sonata


Please bring friends and family along to enjoy an evening filled with wonderful music.

Opening Times

ADULTS: R95.00 // PENSIONERS: R80.00 // STUDENTS: R40.00 // SCHOLARS: R35.00

Contact Details

Contact Person: Theresa Cunliffe
Telephone: 041 504 2250


Venue: NMU South Campus Auditorium
Event Address: South Campus


Latitude : -34° 0' 34.01" S | Longitude : 25° 40' 10.29" E