Last year Flutes became one of the largest unauditioned ensembles. We welcome anyone to come along and play regardless of their standard as you have the opportunity to improve as a flautist. Those involved in the ensemble will have the chance to try out playing the piccolo, alto flute or bass flutes. Each year we tackle a wide variety of repertoire from film tunes to more classical flute choir pieces. We also try out repertoire that fellow musicians have written themselves! We are always looking for new members so if you play the flute why not come along to our fun and friendly rehearsals!
April MarsdenFlutes Manager
|Hi, I’m April, my pronouns are she/her and I’m going to be Flutes Manager for this year. I’m a third year Maths student and I play flute (obviously!). I’m excited to get back to playing in person and welcoming everyone face to face, hopefully including lots of new members, and I’m especially looking forward to performing together again!|
Freya SageTreasurer, Flutes Conductor
|Hi I’m Freya! (She/Her) I’m a third year maths student, I play flute, piano and saxophone and this year I’m the treasurer for Blowsoc and one of the flutes conductors. I’m really looking forward to getting back to in person rehearsals and socials (although I’m partial to a Kahoot! quiz!) as well as hopefully raising lots of funds and money for charity.|
Harriet LoweConcert Band Conductor, Flutes Conductor, Wind Orchestra Assistant Conductor
|Hey everyone! My name’s Harriet, I’m a third year Music student who plays the flute, and please feel free to use any pronouns when referring to me. This year I will be a conductor for our concert band, flute ensemble, and wind orchestra and I’m really looking forward to having the opportunity to lead everyone in making fabulous music whilst of course having fun in the process!|
Wednesdays, 16:30–17:40 in Rehearsal Hall.
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