Internationally-acclaimed concert soloist and Australian-French flutist Jane Rutter, will perform in Coonamble on 28 August at the Madame Flute Dinner and Concert.
The event will be held at the Coonamble Showground Pavilion, with tickets to go on sale soon. Mark your calendars for the time being.
Jane Rutter was recently knighted by France (Chevalier des Arts et Lettres). She is an expert in the French Flute School and is a major influence in classical music. Known for her onstage warmth, she brilliantly conveys passion, sparkling technique and elegance of expression through her beautiful flute playing.
A Fellow of the Australian Institute of Music, Jane is an award-winning TV presenter and multi-ARIA (Australian Grammy) nominee who has appeared as soloist with many orchestras including The Australian Chamber Orchestra, and on the same bill as Pavarotti, Carreras, The Manhattan Transfer, Tina Arena, Tommy Emmanuel, Michael Crawford, Slava & Leonard Grigoryan, Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, Peter Cousens and others.
An Australia Day Ambassador and one of Who Magazine’s 30 Most Beautiful People, Jane is also in demand as an Artistic Director and composer. Her Live at Lunch series at The Concourse, Chatswood, is one of Australia’s most successful concert series. Jane has been featured on 60 Minutes, and in Vogue Magazine, and is a household name in Australia.
Awarded a French Government scholarship, Jane studied in Paris with Jean-Pierre Rampal and Alain Marion, and has lectured Flute, Performance Pedagogy and Chamber Music at her Alma Mater, Sydney University’s The Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
The Australian Elizabethan Trust awarded Ms Rutter a fellowship grant that culminated in a DVD and soundtrack album, An Australian In Paris which topped the Classical charts in Australia.
From her first iconic album, Nocturnes and Preludes for flute, Jane’s sublime flute playing has seen a further 23 further best- selling albums released including Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, French Kiss and Flute Spirit: Dreams and Improvisations.