Louise Carver incorporates local fashion and beautiful art in her forthcoming “Virtually Yours” live performance on Sunday 12 July.

Tickets on sale now from Computicket

Her live show, aptly titled “Virtually Yours”, promises to take audiences on a story telling journey and reveal the catalyst behind each song. Wearing 12 different South African designer dresses and surrounded by South African art, Louise’s performance will be a visual and phonic feast for the senses.

Here’s a taste of what to expect – HERE

“I have been wanting to do an intimate show, performing all my biggest hits for a while now and when Jazzworx approached me, I knew we were going to make it very special. I am a lover of all South African art forms and fashion has always played a big role in my performances. For ‘Virtually Yours’, I wear a different designer dress for every song I sing and I am surrounded by beautiful artworks done by South African artists. I am so excited to show people this beautiful show from the comfort of their couches!” says Louise.

Louise will be surrounded by artwork from the Henry George Gallery in Parkhurst and she’ll be wearing dresses from Gert Johan Coetzee, Vesselina Pentcheva, Adele van Aswegen, SiesIsabelle, Just Cruizing, HerRitual, Sober, Lunar and Julian art fashion. Louise will also be wearing jewellery from her Louise Carver Collection.

Live music, fashion and art – a beautifully combination for a special performance from Louise Carver with “Virtually Yours”.

Louise has been nominated for 11 SA Music Awards, produced 6 studio albums, 1 live album and was a 46664 ambassador for the Nelson Mandela foundation. She was voted most stylish entertainer at the Style Awards and most glamorous SA woman by Glamour magazine.
Tickets are on sale now from Computicket HERE

Louise Carver: Virtually Yours

An explosion of music, fashion and art…all proudly South African. I am so damn excited about this beautiful show. Thank you to Jazzworx for all the hard work and never flinching when I had another colourful idea! Tickets: R100 available at computicket or direct from my website: www.louisecarver.com

Posted by Louise Carver on Wednesday, 1 July 2020

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