Four Winds Bermagui - Music In Nature

Ana de la Vega

#Classical // Suitable for all ages // Doors from 2.00PM // Programmed by Tim Walker

Hailed as ‘one of the most outstanding artists of our time’ by the Berlin Morning Post, the Australian born flautist has made waves in Europe with her award winning albums and stellar solo career.

This performance forms part of a curated collection by Tim Walker CBE AM, Former Chief Executive and Artistic Director of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

Ana de la Vega’s latest album My Paris which accompanies this enchanting concert, takes us on a seductive journey through the large concert halls and alluring bohemian cafés of Paris’s Belle Epoque, where she awakens the spirit of the greatest writers and composers of the time. Performed alongside pianist Grace Kim.

“Flawless: de la Vega possesses a velvety smooth tone in all registers, dark in timbre, lean and flexible, with superior masterful technique.”

Fono Forum


Debussy – Prelude from L’enfant prodigue
Debussy – Claire de Lune
Chaminade – Concertino, op.107
Saint-Saëns – Romance, op.37
Fauré – Après un rêve
Fauré – Monceau de concours
Poulenc – Sonate
~ Interval ~
Mozart – Sonata E Minor K 304 (Paris, 1778)
Massenet – Méditation
Ravel – Pièce en forme de Habanera
Bizet – Carmen Suite (after Bourne, Horowitz, Hubay, Sarasate, Waxman)


Ana de la Vega: Flute
Grace Kim: Piano

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Ana de la Vega

Born to Argentinian and British parents, Ana grew up on a farm in New South Wales, Australia, as the third of four sisters. She studied flute at the University of Sydney before continuing her studies at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris under the tutelage of Raymond Guiot and Catherine Cantin, drawing inspiration from the famed French school of flute playing.

Ana says about her serendipitous discovery of the flute: ‘When I decided to be a flautist I had never seen a flute. I was seven years old playing in the garden on our farm when Jean-Pierre Rampal’s recording of the Mozart Flute and Harp Concerto came through my parents’ speakers. The second movement of that concerto rendered me speechless. Every decision from that moment on led me to the flute, to Paris… to Mozart… A long way from the flies and the dust!’

Recent and forthcoming performance highlights include concerto performances with the Lucerne Festival Strings, Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin, English Chamber Orchestra, Prague Royal Philharmonic, Bremen Philharmonic, Bayerische Kammerphilharmonie, Bochum Symphoniker, Dresden Kapellsolisten, Zagreb Soloists, Neue Philharmonie Westfalen, WKO Heilbronn, Auckland Philharmonic, and Trondheim Soloists.

You can read more about Ana here.

About Four Winds

Four Winds is an extraordinary music destination located just 9mins from Bermagui, at the stunning Barragga Bay on the Sapphire Coast of NSW. Four Winds specialises in exceptional music experiences surrounded by nature, often blending classical form with First Nations voices, young emerging musicians and powerful multi-disciplinary storytelling. The purpose-built site is home to the 160 seat ‘Windsong Pavilion’, an acoustically pristine building custom designed for the finest listening experience. Alongside the Pavilion is the ‘Sound Shell’, an outdoor Amphitheatre used for larger scale festivals and events.

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