MUSIC in the GARDEN @ Muratie Winery

Iluminar Productions takes hands with Muratie Wine Estate to present 3 summer music concerts. Fans of Muratie and live music can look forward to one “Music in the Garden” concert a month between February and April.

The second summer concert of the year features Stellenbosch based singer-songwriter Luna Paige. She will be supported by Willem Moller on guitar, Shaun Johannes on bass and Tim Rankin on drums.

“Music in the Garden” @ Muratie
Bookings essential
Arrival time for lunch: 13h00
Show starts: 14h30
Bookings essential: 021 865 2330

Luna Paige is a singer-songwriter from Stellenbosch. She has released 5 solo albums and 2 compilation albums throughout her career.

Luna’s introduction to the music scene came when she was invited to record three songs on a compilation album in 1999. Luna was 19 years old at the time and still studying at Stellenbosch University. Here she shared the stage with renowned SA singer Lesley Rae-Dowling. This experience launched Luna into a professional music career.

The end result – 5 solo albums and Iluminar Productions – a production company aimed at introducing the world to interesting and top-class entertainment.

Luna initially wrote and composed in English and released three albums before she decided to release an Afrikaans album. Her first three albums Luna, Missing Pieces and Wonderful life made her known as a singer-songwriter whose lyrics touch the soul.

Her first Afrikaans CD and DVD (“Storielied”) ensured her invitations to perform in Amsterdam, Soest and Den Haag (Netherlands). There after she released her fourth English album, Borders & Beyond and initiated the Afrikaans music theatre production, Korreltjie Kantel. This album was funded by RSG and received 5-star reviews. More recently she produced RSG radio music production ‘Smeltkroes’ featuring actor Marlo Minnaar and musician Ramon Alexander – celebrating poetry by writers such as Nathan Tantraal, Shirmoney Rhode and Diana Ferrus.

She has performed in music theatres, live music venues, music and arts festivals, restaurants and bars across South Africa. She has performed in Mozambique, Namibia and the Netherlands on various occasions. Her latest Afrikaans compilation album (“Korreltjie Kantel”) has been nominated for a South African Music Award under the category Best Afrikaans Contemporary Album. Her style is her own. Although not mainstream – her songs are timeless and speak to the soul. Come and experience this local talent in a beautiful outdoor setting.