Internationally recognised Australian trumpet player, John Coulton, together with pianist, Briely Cutting, will bring “Sounds of Splendour’ to the venue at Braeside on Sunday 16th. June, commencing 3pm.
John started his career in Townsville, and was at one time a student of Braeside host, Elizabeth Smith.
Elizabeth has followed john’s career with interest and reccommends his performance of Haydn’s trumpet concerto as something not to be missed. It will be part of the programme on the day,as well as items from baroque to jazz, classical to latin-american rhythms.
At Braeside, the ambience, acoustics and panoramic views of our familiar Glasshouse Mountains, combined with the legendary Braeside afternoon teas, will give the audience an experience to savour.
John has performed around the world, but a standout has been his works, together with organist, David Dunnett, recorded on CD at Norwich Cathedral in the UK,under the title of ‘Sounds of Grandeur’.
The event is presented by Braeside to promote the Maleny Arts Council, whose mission it is to supprt and promote the arts to a professional level in the Maleny area.
WHAT: TRUMPET and PIANO DUO – Featuring John Coulton and Brieley Cutting
WHEN: 3 pm on SUNDAY,16 June, 2013
WHERE: Braeside B&B – 305 Maleny Stanley River Road
TICKETS NOW on SALE
HOW MUCH: $30 adults, $25 members, $10 music students at Maleny Bookshop (5494 3666) & Braeside (5494 3542)
Presented by Braeside to promote Maleny Arts Council.