An exciting finale to the Macquarie Conservatorium's 2021 concert series is coming this Friday.
The Conservatorium is hosting Madame Flute with Jane Rutter and Giuseppe Zangari. It features classical favourites, Italian dances, French tangos and cabaret hits. The concert also includes well-known music by Piaf, Aznavour, Debussy, Vivaldi and Morricone.
The unique concert is created by Ms Rutter who will play six different flutes, including an 1887 Louis Lot - considered the Stradivarius of the flute.
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She will be joined by Mr Zangari, a classical guitarist, who she describes as a "fantastic performer" who is perfect for the music in the program.
"This concert is very close to my heart; with each piece of music, you just can't help but exclaim 'Oh I love that, it's my favourite piece!' The whole concert is a series of gems," Ms Rutter said.
Ms Rutter will also give a public masterclass on December 2 at 5pm for music students, teachers and music lovers. Register via the Conservatorium website.
Tickets for Madame Flute are available via 123tix.com.au.
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