BLOOMING FLUTES FLUTE CHOIRFor adult flute players - Learners and returners

Established in 2005, Blooming Flutes welcomes adult learners and those returning to flute playing. Supportive, like-minded flautists meet regularly to enjoy a broad repertoire of carefully selected pieces chosen to engage and challenge a mixed ability group. Led by Sue Fletcher DipABRSM, an experienced flute teacher with an admirable reputation: “I do highly recommend Sue Fletcher. She is a most accomplished flautist and musician, as well as a highly respected, first-class teacher” Nicholas Vallis-Davies PhD (“one of Europe’s leading flautists” —Classic FM).

Blooming Flutes engages in regular community performances (ie Dunster by Candlelight, Watchet Street Fair, Dunster Village Christmas Bazaar) raising funds for Nordoff Robbins – the UK’s largest music therapy charity. New opportunities to perform are always welcome so please do get in touch.

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