Two renowned instrumentalists will celebrate the music of Italy at a Morning Melodies show at Laycock Street Community Theatre at 11am on August 11, providing COVID lockdown restrictions are lifted by that time.
Flautist Jane Rutter and guitarist Giuseppe Zangari will play music by Vivaldi, Giuliani, Corelli, Paganini and Rossini including tarantellas, Italian dances, a classical Mambo Italiano and Piovanni’s Beautiful that Way from the film Life is Beautiful.
The duo teamed up in in 2013 and have toured to sell out audiences.
Rutter is an internationally acclaimed Australian flautist.
An expert in French flute, and considered a major trailblazer in classical music, she is known for her classical flute music, mystical flute meditations and relaxing flute music.
Also a composer and art director, Rutter is an award-winning TV presenter, multi-ARIA nominee, and one of Who Magazine’s 30 Most Beautiful People.
Zangari is one of Australia’s finest guitarists and is the founder and director of The Sydney Guitar School.
A former student of Gregory Pikler and awarded an Australia Council Grant and an Italian Government scholarship, he studied in Italy.
A lecturer, chamber musician and soloist, he has performed with many distinguished Australian musical ensembles and soloists.
Media release, Jul 12
Laycock Street Community Theatre