Baroque in the Bush

Baroque in the Bush

Baroque in the Bush

Baroque in the Bush is a sublime three days of Baroque concerts at Shingwedzi in the Kruger Park, with 16 musicians under the direction of South Africa’s favourite maestro Dr Richard Cock.  Since this year has been cancelled, 2021 will be our 26th year, and we’ll again be running three events back-to-back.

Shingwedzi is the perfect venue – it accommodates the optimal number of people, and has a large thatched veranda which serves as our concert hall, looking out over the Shingwedzi River bed.

September is sublime in Kruger – the days are warm enough for an afternoon laze by the pool, the evenings are crisp and star-studded, the trees are budding, and sometimes we’re lucky enough to get a rainstorm.  All in all, a unique way to experience the beauty of the African bush.

 

 

Curious?  Watch the video for a quick preview … 

2021 Dates: Baroque 1:  13 to 16 September, in on Monday afternoon, out on Thursday morning.

Baroque 2:  16 to 19 September, in on Thursday afternoon, out on Sunday morning.

Baroque 3:  19 to 22 September, in on Sunday afternoon, out on Wednesday morning.  Friday 24 September is a public holiday.

Venue: Shingwedzi Camp, Kruger National Park.  Directions and details on booking.
Costs (incl. 15% VAT)

NB: These are current prices.  2021’s prices will be available later this year.

Hut-types at Shingwedzi:

  • 3-sleeper hut: one shared room with 3 single beds, bathroom and kitchen: R8,240 per person sharing.  (Price drops to R6,870 per person for three people sharing)
  • 2-sleeper hut: one room with twin beds, bathroom and kitchen: R8,330 per person sharing
  • 2-sleeper hut: one room with twin beds and bathroom (no kitchen): R7,520 per person sharing
  • Camping (your own camping equipment must be supplied): R4,670 per person
Costs include:  Your hut or campsite, dinner on all three nights, all concerts and any other events for the weekend.

Costs exclude: Transport to and from Shingwedzi in Kruger Park, breakfasts and lunches, drinks and other items of a personal nature.  Also not included is the Kruger Park conservation fee which must be paid on arrival at Shingwedzi Camp.  SA citizens and residents:  approx. R100 per person per day.  Foreign visitors and non-residents: approx. R400 per person per day.  Wild Card holders do not pay the conservation fee.

Enquiries: Please contact Kim Brett:  kim@montybrett.com or 082 824-9378