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Chantal in Concert

  • Casa Labia 192 Mainroad Muizenberg South Africa (map)

Chantal in Concert 

Friday- 28 June - 20h00

Chantal creates musical moments in which worlds unfold and characters evolve, telling stories about being human.  Chantal…a solo act, a woman, singer, writer and pianist, is walking her own path; and musically colouring outside the lines, crafting her own soundscape.  Chantal puts the piano to work in a different way for each song, with unique and compelling arrangements, daring manoeuvres and gentle pulses.  Chantal creates her own melodies and counter-melodies, blending piano, voice, and rhythm to create colourful imagery generating a sense of vulnerability with an edge.  

Her powerful new album ‘Scars’ is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide – main links at Chantal will be performing live at the Casa Labia on Friday 28th June 2019 - a combination of songs from her first album, some new material and a few covers in between with comedy. The show is directed by Godfrey Johnson - one of South Africa’s leading performing artists, with a singular reputation as a Cabaret Artist, Composer, Writer and Director with multiple Fleur du Cap nominations and awards.  Musical director is Nicholas McDiarmid.  

With spectacular piano artistry, an alluring voice and compelling lyrics, Chantal is a captivating performer and an evening spent with her is a memorable experience. Chantal’s most recent achievement was at the regional International Arts Talent Showcase auditions where she made it through to the National event where she will be performing later this year at Silver Star Casino in Johannesburg, and if successful will go on to the United States to perform in the final representing South Africa.

R165 per person - payable in advance - Free seating
A cash bar will be available before the concert
For all Cultural bookings, please contact us on 021 788 6068 or email 
Cucina Labia Restaurant will be serving an a la carte dinner between 17h30 and 19h50.  Bookings are essential and can be made through the Cultural Centre.