About the flute

The flute can turn air into many different, mesmerising sounds. Unlike reed instruments, there is no resistance for the player to blow against, the player themselves bends and shapes the air to create their best tone. It is hardly surprising that the flute has a special place in mythology, most notably the Greek God Pan (the subject of much music, including solo flute piece, Debussy's Syrinx).

BLOG: The blur of fourth year

It's the Easter holidays and, as I'm staring the end of my degree in the face, I thought I'd give an update on what I've been up to!   My final year has been busy with lots of orchestral and wind band concerts. A highlight was playing the flute in a lovely, enormous wind section … Continue reading BLOG: The blur of fourth year