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Well known French entertainer Milko Foucault – Larche has added a fresh approach to the Aznavour Catalogue, teaming up with internationally acclaimed classical musicians to provide a new take on some of the amazing songs of music legend Charles Aznavour in a totally unique musical experience where Classical meets French Popular music.

Milko has drawn from the Aznavour collections to carefully curate this spectacular musical event to be held at Club Five Dock this Sunday.

Classical guitarist Giuseppe Zangari and Violinist Victoria Jacono bring their expertise to this new production accompanied by Stephen Malcolm Brown on Piano & Special Guest Cabaret Performer Rikelle Brown.

This is Milko’s second project for the year following an earlier show Piaf & Aznavour – Back in Time.

AZNAVOUR in a Classical Sense commences at 2.30 pm on Sunday 13 October 2019 at Club Five Dock, 66 Great North Road, Five Dock.

Price: $27 Bookings: Sticky Tickets 

All tickets sold are general admission.



Above : Guitarist Giuseppe Zangari plays Rodrigo’s  ‘Concerto De Aranjuez’ with TMO. Featured image : conductor Sarah-Grace Williams leads TMO during the final concert for 2017. Photo credit : John B C Images. 

‘New Beginnings’ was TMO’s final Met Concert in this year’s series, and the  last performance for 2017. It communicated with signature energy and freshness across a diverse programme. The concert began with a world premiere then forged an expressive path back through time, covering a guitar concerto before finishing with Beethoven’s mighty Symphony No 3 {‘Eroica’). Continue reading THE METROPOLITAN ORCHESTRA: MET CONCERT 5 @ PETERSHAM TOWN HALL

LIve at Lunch : Viva L’Italia : Life is Beautiful @ The Concourse Chatswood

Accordian player Marcello Maio

The latest delicious offering in the Live At Lunch series this was a wonderful short concert celebrating Italy in music.

Rutter was elegant in black slacks and a lacy top combined with red shoes. She was joined for this concert by Giuseppe Zangari on classical guitar and Marcello Maio on piano and piano-accordion. Rutter mostly used her favourite gold flute but also the piccolo depending on what was required and at times both she and Maio changed instruments mid piece.

The opening Sonata in A Major for Flute and Guitar by Giulani was charming and sprightly with the flute darting and swooping.

Drigo’s fluid Serenade from Les Millions D’Arlequin followed , with is circular melodies and was played with wonderful timing and phrasing (as were all the works selected).

Next came a crisp, sparkling yet lush version of Michel Peguri’s Bourrrasque.

A dynamic infectious performance by Maio on accordion followed.

Vivaldi’s Concerto RV93 in D Major for Guitar came next and was elegant, dreamy, idyllically pastoral and exquisitely refined. The faster, second section with Rutter on piccolo was more vibrant in mood. Continue reading LIve at Lunch : Viva L’Italia : Life is Beautiful @ The Concourse Chatswood