I recently got the opportunity to speak about life-defining moments in my entrepreneurial life with Rupert&Rothschild, alongside chef David Higgs as well as renowned furniture designer Chris Weylandt.
I not only curate orchestral experiences, I curate moments. Moments of sadness, moments of joy, moments of grief, moments of euphoria. In every single one of those moments, I always show up as my best self and with my formidable team.
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hosted myself and some remarkable women for a high tea on the 26th of August. What I thought to be an event announcing finalists for the M&G Power of Women 2022, happened to be an event for which not only am I nominated, but I was awarded the ‘Certificate of Recognition in the category of the Networking Women’.
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There is something close to God in classical music. In its truest form, Ofentse Pitse, believes it’s the closest link to a power greater than ourselves. Pitse is the first black South African woman to own and conduct an all-black orchestra.
“I believe there is something about the harmonies and melodies in classical music that are so transcendent and heavenly. That is what makes me love it so much,” she says.