Sat / Mar 21, 2020

At Home with Sir James Galway

“As fine and fluent a flautist as the world affords.” — The Washington Post

“James Galway is more than a flute-player, he is the world’s only flute personality.” — Newsday

Location: The Broad Stage - Main Stage
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Celebrate the 80th birthday of the world’s most recognizable classical flautist, Sir James Galway. Globally renowned as the supreme interpreter of the classical flute repertoire, Sir James Galway is a consummate performer whose appeal transcends all musical boundaries.  Joined by his wife, renowned flautist Lady Jeanne Galway, this magical evening features a wide-range of musical favorites. 

Sir James Galway Performs “Pied Piper Fantasy” With New York Philharmonic

The New York Times shares telling of “Pied Piper Fantasy” performance by Sir James Galway. First performed in 1982 and written by Galway’s request, it’s “an inventive, light-hearted flute concerto based on the legend as relayed in the Robert Browning poem.” Click here to learn more.

The Current Delves into James Galway’s Legacy

The Current delves into the impact that flutist Sir James Galway has had on the classical world. “He’s not only the most famous living flutist, he may be the best-known flutist to have ever lived.” Read on about the living legend here.

Classical Music Series at The Broad Stage made possible in part by generous support from the Colburn Foundation.