An Australian in Paris  
 International Flute Queen Jane Rutter
  An Australian in Paris
  

An artistic young musician goes to Paris to learn how to live... 
Jane Rutter, Australia's queen of the flute re-lives her student days in Paris.
This new concert-theatre piece includes delicious French music from "la Belle Epoque" to the present day.  
(La Belle Eqoque is French for “the beautiful era” – a period which began during the late 19th Century and lasted until WW1.  ( Recently released movie "Cheri " by Colette, starring Michele Pfeiffer, is set in this delicious period of French history ) 
Using French poetry and her own anecdotes, Jane relates her experiences in this most beautiful and romantic of cities, as well as the tales of many other artists, writers and musicians who flocked there to create and recreate themselves.

"An Australian in Paris" includes the company of Pablo Picasso, Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine, Colette, Josephine Baker, Janet Flanner and Gertrude Stein.  Jane plays music by Claude Debussy, Charles Aznavour, Gabriel Fauré, Claude Bolling, André Jolivet, George Gershwin, Marin Marais, Maurice Ravel, Edith Piaf, Cole Porter & Henry Mancini.

A virtuosic musical and poetic journey, which has thus far evoked standing ovations at every performance. " An Australian in Paris".