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Imogen Heap to tour SA

Charl van Heyningen Enterprises
11/01/2010 17:30:58

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Sensational Grammy winning multi-instrumentalist in SA for 4 shows only early in 2011.

Grammy award winning, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Imogen Heap will be touring South Africa for the first time ever in 2011 for four shows only as part of her Ellipse World Tour.

On 29 and 30 January she will perform at Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Casino in Johannesburg and on 4 and 5 February she will be at Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre, Grabouw, as part of this stunning outdoor venue's excellent summer season line-up.

Both the chosen venues offer the perfect setting for Imogen's distinct style of music. First known as the voice of Frou Frou, it was her hit song Hide and Seek (currently sampled by Jason Derulo in his song Watcha Say) that catapulted her to stardom.

Imogen's unique electronic-style is a brilliant kaleidoscope of voices, beats, sounds and emotions. She mixes beautiful lyrics with breath-taking melodies and traditional instrumentation with computers, to create a sound that`s folk-hued and digital, sparking the imagination.

Check out www.imogenheap.com for inter alia her latest biography as constantly updated by her Twitter fans.

Shows: Charl van Heyningen Enterprises presents Imogen Heap live in SA

29 January at 20:30 and 30 January at 15:00 - Theatre of Marcellus, Emperors Casino, Johannesburg. Tickets R245-R435pp

Book at Computicket.

4 February at 20:00 and 5 February at 19:00 - Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre, Grabouw, Western Cape. Gates for both shows open at 17:00. Picnic basket option available. Tickets R395pp

Book at Computicket.


Artslink.co.za Account:
Charl van Heyningen
021 851 8261
082 490 0924
Charl van Heyningen Enterprises

Related Event:
Paul Cluver Summer Season
Dates: Saturday, 8th November 2014 - Saturday, 28th March 2015
Related Venues:
Paul Cluver Forest Amphitheatre, Western Cape South Africa
Emperors Palace, Johannesburg Gauteng South Africa


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