Louise Howlett, originally from England, studied at the Royal College of Music in London with Margaret Cable. As a member of the National Youth Music Theatre, Louise performed at the international Bergen Festival and Edinburgh Main and Fringe Festivals, as well as award winning London theatre and TV productions.

Louise has such with many of South Africa's orchestra, and regularly performs her unique combination of classical, Broadway and jazz with pianist Albert Combrink in venues as varied as Kirstenbosch, Baxter Concert Hall and the Blues Festival. She wears a number of hats - not only vocally but also in her support of live music in Cape Town. She is also the General Manager of the Cape Town Concert Series, Presenter of Midweek Sessions at the Church on Greenmarket Square and presents For the Love of Opera on Fine Music Radio.

Celebrating woman's month with violinist Michael Duffet and pianist Tersia Visser-Downie. For more information contact: tertia9868@gmail.com / 082 681 4888

20 AUGUST, 8pm: BLAH BLAH BAR presents: LADY SINGS THE BLUES- opera, broadway, jazz & art
Multi faceted soprano Louise Howlett accompanied by pianist Albert Combrink celebrate woman's month with three sets of torch songs from the world of opera, broadway and jazz at the Blah Blah Bar, Kloof Street, and while they are making music artist Devaaarne Whitney will be painting as the music moves her. Each set is just 20 minutes and there is great pizza and refreshments inbetween. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1472970643025909/

Following their success at the Greyton Classics for All, Louise Howlett and Albert Combrink are invited to share their stories of love, lost and found in the night at the Tulbach Arts Festival. More details from http://www.tulbaghartsfestival.co.za/

19/20 SEPTEMBER: CITY HALL BROADWAY CLASSICS with the Philharmonia Choir, conducted by Richard Cock
The Philharmonia Choir of Cape Town present Broadway Classics on Saturday 19 September at 7.30pm and Sunday 20 September at 3pm at the Cape Town City Hall. Joining them for this popular programme of musical favourites is soprano Louise Howlett and tenor Ifriki Tatadjeu and they will be conducted by Richard Cock.

Midweek Sessions

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