Luca Manghi (flute) and David Kelly (piano) will be performers at First Tuesday on 3 August 2021 at St Matthew-in-the-city.
In a programme of music by Mozart, John Harbison and Ralph Vaughan Williams they will show off both their exemplary talents and the heavenly acoustic of the space.
Luca Manghi was born in Parma, Italy and became a prize-winning flute player as a student at Boito National Music Conservatory. After an orchestral career in Europe he moved to New Zealand where he is an active teacher (Universities of Auckland, Otago and Waikato) and a freelance chamber musician in high demand.
David Kelly (piano) is a graduate of University of Canterbury and a busy répétiteur for New Zealand Opera. David enjoys a strong association with Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Auckland Chamber Orchestra and Christchurch Symphony. He is also an active chamber music performer, often in association with Luca Manghi (flute).
Manghi and Kelly have selected a programme which anticipates the gift of spring in a sunny sonata by Mozart and Suite de Ballet for piano and flute by Vaughan Williams.
Entry by Koha.