From stages around the world, flautist Ana de la Vega has been sharing her passion for classical music, and she now brings that passion to Canberra in her role as Artistic Director of the brand new Snow Concert Hall. The musician features in the inaugural event with the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra on Saturday 20 May. CW caught up with Ms de la Vega to talk classical music, inspiration and the flute.
- Tell us about the Snow Concert Hall.
Snow Concert Hall is an acoustically-tuned, state-of-the-art, 936-seat auditorium that has just opened its doors to the public for the very first time. As someone who has played in some of the greatest concert halls around the world, I can confidently say that Snow Concert Hall is world-class.
It has an amazing feeling both on stage and in the audience, and the acoustics are simply glorious. I’m excited to open the doors to our audience and showcase the best of Australian and international music.