Stefan Temmingh and Erik Dippenaar win at 2017 kykNET Fiëstas

Stefan Temmingh and Erik Dippenaar win at 2017 kykNET Fiëstas

25.02.2017  At this year’s kykNET Fiëstas awards ceremony, the award for Best Achievement in Classical Music went to South African born international recorder virtuoso, Stefan Temmingh, and Cape Town based harpsichordist, Erik Dippenaar.

The event took place on Thursday 23 February at Artscape in Cape Town and the award was in recognition for the recital, Corelli and Co, which was performed at the University of Stellenbosch Woordfees in 2016.

World-renowned Stellenbosch based choral conductor, pianist and musicologist, Acáma Fick, was honoured with the Lifetime Contribution to Music award.

Hunkering na die ses, a music production featuring soprano Lynelle Kenned, baritone Clint Lesch and pianist Albert Combrink, received the award for Best Music Production (Podium).

Herewith a list of all the winners:

Best Actor
Stefan Erasmus
Best Actress
Ilse Klink
Best Production
Best Supporting Actor
Dawid Minnaar
Best Supporting Actress
Nicole Holm
Best Solo Performance
Richard September
Best Up-and-coming Artist
Faith Kinniar
Best Director
Marthinus Basson
Best Achievement in Classical Music
Corelli & Co. – Stefan Temmigh and Erik Dippenaar
Best Achievement in Visual Arts
Alex Hamilton
Best Theatre Design
Francois Toerien and Kosie Smit
Best Festival
Blue Chair Award
Camping Out Theatre Initiative at the KKNK
Lifetime Contribution to Music
Acáma Fick
Lifetime Contribution to Musical Theatre
Alvon Collison
Best Music Production (THEATRE)
Best Music Production (PODIUM)
Hunkering Na Die Ses
Best Music Production (ARENA)
Charl du Plessis – Boogie Woogie Big Band
Lifetime Contribution as Arts Philanthropist
Ton Vosloo
Best Newly Created Theatre Production
Nico Scheepers - Rooivalk

Photo: Stefan Temmingh / Photographer: Harald Hoffman

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