The Lyrebird Trio in concert
Sunday 29th April
A special event is coming to Flutterbies Cafe in Tyalgum: The Lyrebird Trio is comprised of Australian musicians Glenn Christensen (violin), Simon Cobcroft (cello) and Angela Turner (piano), all distinguished graduates of the Queensland Conservatorium. The Trio was formed in 2013 and they regularly perform right across Australia with featured concerts at Melbourne Recital Hall, Sydney Opera House among others, they have had recordings and broadcasts on ABC Classic FM, and MBS networks. Outside of the trio, Glenn Christensen is a member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra; Simon Cobcroft is Principal Cello with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, and Angela Turner is a lecturer at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. For the Flutterbies concert they will be performing the spirited Haydn Gypsy trio, as well as works by Kopetz and Mendelssohn as well as an original work called ‘Of The Sea, The Moon and of You’.
The concert is $50 per person and includes a Champagne Gold cocktail on arrival.
Book for lunch before the concert.
Cocktail and Dessert menu available at interval.
For any enquiries contact 0488 713 241.
Saturday 5th August
This incredible new cabaret artist will present a cabaret show at Flutterbies Cottage Cafe on Saturday 5th August, before taking the show to Sydney’s iconic El Rocco Room at Kings Cross the following week.
Featuring the songs of Cole Porter, Michael Buble, Bobby Darrin and Robbie Williams as well as some of the latest hits from Broadway, David will be accompanied on piano by one of Australia’s finest musical directors, Andrew Worboys. Tapas and a Champagne cocktail at Flutterbies Cafe from 6:00pm. Show starts at 7:30pm.
Saturday 8th July
Our second Flutterbies concert for 2017 will feature one of Australia’s young rising Opera stars, Soprano Xenia Puskarz Thomas. Award winning classical artist Xenia has performed as a soloist with the Queensland Youth Orchestras and with the Camerata of St. Johns. Xenia is a student of Opera and Classical Voice at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, making real waves in the classical music scene, Xenia was named by the Courier Mail as one of Queensland’s 50 Best and Brightest. In the Tyalgum concert, she will be performing with her sister, Queensland Youth Symphony Cellist Eugenie Puskarz Thomas and QLD Conservatorium Pianist Elli Welsh. Click here to read more about Xenia
Together these three immensly talented young ladies will perform a selection of Mozart, Purcell and Debussy and much more.