RMB has a long history of supporting the arts and nurturing young talent across South Africa in unique and varied ways. Since 1998, RMB has hosted the much-loved RMB Starlight Classics twice a year, at Vergelegen Wine Estate in Somerset West, and at Country Club Johannesburg respectively. Concert-goers are taken on an Afro-symphonic musical journey, performed by a star-studded line-up of top local artists and musicians. RMB frequently bring back South African artists with international careers to perform for their home audience.
A regular part of the Starlight Classics line-up, the Mzansi Youth Choir provides talented, underprivileged young students access to training and performance opportunities both locally and abroad, alongside their academic studies. RMB has been a proud partner of this organisation since its inception in 2003.
Both partners are excited about the RMB Turbine Art Fair 2018 and will bring their passion, energy and even further possibilities during Thursday 12 July (VIP opening) to Sunday 15 July 2018 to Turbine Hall, Newtown and the cultural precinct of Johannesburg.
As a media partner, in our July issue Creative Feel will report on all the details of the Fair and why the trip across the Nelson Mandela Bridge is such an exciting destination.
To read more about RMBs DIFFERENTLY. THINK. bench, sponsorship to internationally acclaimed artist, William Kentridges production of The Magic Flute, brand partnership with War Horse, support of Artist Proof Studio, RMB Talent Unlocked and more, purchase our June 2018 issue or help with continued support to the arts and culture sector by subscribing to our monthly magazine.