A hundred artefacts

Marriane Wine Estate presents Baroque, Tapas & Wine featuring Ensemble Je Ne Comprends Pas performing Baroque interpretations of popular songs written and composed by the late David Bowie on Sunday October 28, at 3pm. Appreciators of classical music, Baroque music and believe it or not, David Bowie, will find this concert surprisingly moving as well as effectively striking and entertaining; as the arranger, team leader, violinist and guitar player revisit the works of David Bowie - from the 1960s and 1970s - and re-imagine it in a time between the 1600s and mid 1700. The Baroque arrangements are inspired by Argentinian, French and German Baroque composing styles and the musicians perform on traditional period instruments to help create the authentic Baroque sound and style. Entrany is free. Tapas costs R80 a plate. For more information or to book, contact 021 875 5040 or hospitality@mariannewinefarm.co.za

■ As part of the University of Stellenbosch centenary celebrations, the University Museum will present a new exhibition: A hundred artefacts for a hundred years, opening on Wednesday October 31, at 6pm, by the rector and vice-chancellor, Professor Wim de Williers. The oldest object is a grandfather clock dating from 1780, and the most recent is the centenary flag from 2018. The smallest object is a signet ring from the Faculty of Military Science, and the largest is the council table first used for meetings of the Victoria College Council and then later by the University Council. Other items of interest include the model of Sunsat and the satellite built in 1999 by the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. For more information, contact Ricky Brecht at 021 808 3660 or rickyb@sun.ac.za