Have a classy night out enjoying a show by two flutists in Ottawa
- Ottawa Travel Guide
- Wednesday, 18 January 2012 17:10
If individuals who travel to Canada like entertainment in intimate settings while on holiday, seeing a fun flute show in Ottawa may be a great way to spend an evening out on the town. Two young and talented Ottawans will perform at the First Unitarian Congregation church on February 11th for an evening of classic compositions, in an event called the Flutes on Fire!.
Jeffery Stonehouse and Diana Lam will pair up to create a wonderfully unique and classic display of flute playing, which they claim is their favourite wind instrument to use. Lam owns a local flute repair shop and is putting on this show to raise awareness about this style of music. Some of the pieces played will include works by Bach, Jolivet and a world premier of a new piece by Canadian composer Christopher Thornborrow.
Both Stonehouse and Lam will also be accompanied by pianist Matthew Walton. Tickets and more information are offered though the Ottawa Flute Repair's website. Travellers who are visiting Ottawa for a romantic getaway or have brought the whole family on holiday can make plans for this exciting flute show that may make for a wonderfully memorable activity in Canada's capital city.