Music for flute and jazz piano trio

Music for flute and jazz piano trio

Music revival presents a programme titled Music For Flute And Jazz Piano Trio for its next Northcoast concert.

This  takes place on Saturday 21 April, 7:00 pm at Grace Hall, Ashton International College, Albertina Way, Ballito. Tickets are R150, with coffee and cake included at interval. There is secure parking, and seating is unreserved.

The event, which is part of Music Revival’s monthly concerts across KZN, comprises a light-hearted and infectious concoction of jazz and classical styles will be by the contemporary French jazz composer Claude Bolling, and will feature Sabine Baird – KZNPO’s Principal Flute, with Christopher Duigan at the piano.  Percussionist  Stephane Pechoux (drums) and Yuri Litvinenko (bass), both members of the KZNPO,  will join them in the jazz trio.

The first half of the programme includes a sequence of beautiful melodies  and popular flute solos, including Glluck’s Dance of the Blessed Sprits, Sicillienne by Gabriel Faure, the jaunty Badinerie  by J.S Bach, and  Bizet’s Entr’acte to Act III  from Carmen.

Booking for these events is preferred, and can be made on booking@musicrevival.co.za or Music Revival 083 417 4473 (sms or WhatsApp only). Please include your contact numbers in all email bookings.

 

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