Flute & Harp Wedding Duo

O Come O Come Emmanuel  is a Latin Hymn and is commonly sung during Vespers in the final days before Christmas.

The tune was discovered in a 15th-century manuscript containing the melody in the National Library of France.

Listen to this beautiful French Carol as performed by our flautist Tresna Stampalia and harpist Catherine Ashley by clicking on our photo below.


This versatile duo combination is one of the most exquisite choices to add   unique elegance to any wedding service.

Swinging from the Chandelier

Just like the skill required by a master Murano Gastaldo (Glassmakers)  to shape and twist their creation into a work of art, the musicians display their many faceted talents, bringing  their own intricate style to the  music of Australian singer, songwriter, record producer and video music director Sia.

Tres Classique

Pop onto our Facebook page to hear violinist James Charles, cellist Emma Vanderwal  and flautist Tresna Stampalia present a stunning rendition of Chandelier by Sia beneath the exquisite chandelier in the Main Foyer of The Duxton Hotel , Perth.


A Woman’s Understanding- Mareena Purslowe Chapel Opening


Harp -Bronwyn Wallis

Flute – Tresna Stampalia

Bronwyn and Tresna recently played for the opening of the new Chapel at the Mareena Purslowe premises now situated in Townsend Road , Subiaco. The dedicated team of female funeral directors from Mareena Purslowe provide a softer, more specialised service , providing care for families in a supportive and nurturing manner. In keeping with the motto ‘A Woman’s Understanding’  Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson was there to preside over the festivities. The team from Tres Classique  performed a beautiful rendition of Ave Maria, which has a  lovely  melody written by the French Romantic composer Charles Gounod (arranged in 1853),  elegantly superimposed over J.S Bach’s Prelude in C Major, (written 137 years earlier).

Corporate Music by Tresclassique-Classic BlackBird

Tresclassique Classical Music -AvairyTres Classique nearly stole the show when they played for a corporate clientele for the launch of a high tech Hearing Apparatus and what better way to test its discerning frequencies than with live classical music.

Can you pick where the ensemble is performing? The Wall behind is a hint? Yes, it is the Aviary , a very unique venue in the heart of Perth, offering an amazing ‘birds eye’ view over the Perth CBD.  Of course the repertoire for the evening included ‘The Aviary from The Carnival of the Animals’ by Saint Saens, ‘Flight of the Bumble Bee’ by Rimsky-Korsakov and Blackbird’ by the Beatles.

Artists-Corporate Music, Classical,Sophisticated, Tres Classique

Violin- James Charles

Cello – Emma McCoy

Flute – Tresna Stampalia