Help 13-year-old Cape Town piano protégé to Germany

Thirteen-year-old musical prodigy from Parow, Qden Blaauw has been invited to a masterclass in Germany, in the next two months, and he's looking for your help in getting him there.

He is one of 10 pianists worldwide to have been invited to Saarlouis in Germany to attend masterclasses under the guidance of Prof Wolfram Schmidt-Leonardy.

He has won numerous competitions over the years, and during his stay in Germany, Qden will also perform in four concerts including a concerto with a leading German orchestra.

He's in need of R60 000 to make his dream come true.

To help Qden click here and then search for on Qden Blaauw to make a contribution.

Read: SA jazz legend Hugh Masekela dies

Qden speaks to Africa Melane about his journey to Germany, listen to the converwsation below:


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