I did a thing for Leeds College of Music. I’m their latest “Careers in Music” profile! Find it here.
Meet Count Bas(s)ie the Bass Flute!
Thanks for all your crowdfunding support! Count arrived this week and plays wonderfully also thanks to Carla Rees and Trevor James Flutes for helping with the purchase!
Our members are looking forward to being able to play him! Hear him in his first concert with us next week! Tickets here: https://flutes-in-surround-sound.eventbrite.com
The Arts@Trinity Flute Choir would like to buy a Bass Flute!
Please help us out, there’s some fab rewards too!
Here’s the link: http://crowdfunder.co.uk/count-basie-the-bass-flute
Join the Arts@Trinity Flute Choir for Camille Saint-Saens’ “Carnival of the Animals” in celebration of Childfriendly Leeds’ 5th Birthday!
Hear the Lions parade around the church hall, the swans glide and the birds sing!
The performance at 2pm is aimed at families (40mins) the performance at 7pm will also include “Pictures from an Exhibition” (1hr 45mins).
We’ll be in fancy dress – will you be too?
I’ve just been adding a couple of events to the events page. There’s still more to come, put please especially check out the “Departure Lounge 15th Anniversary Concert” and “Maggie’s Carol Concert” as I’m sure you’d love to come to those!
I had my first ever gig with Departure Lounge on Wednesday! Can’t believe how much fun it was! I was quite terrified about improvising in general but especially in public and after missing the rehearsal! Thanks to everyone who came! We’ve got a couple more coming up including 29th November in the National Centre for Early Music in York and the official Birthday bash on 30th November in Holy Trinity Church in Leeds. Would be great to see some friendly faces at those!
I have added photos of the Flute Choir from both the Heritage Open Days and the Leeds Culture Crawl. Hope you enjoy them!
Our lovely flute choir played yesterday at the Arts@Trinity stop of the Leeds Culture Crawl in aid of Maggie’s. Find out more about Maggie’s here.
The Arts@Trinity Flute Choir will be playing at the “Worship Music Present & Past” concert tomorrow evening for the Heritage Open Days at Holy Trinity Church. The concet will explore christian worship music from around the world and the past and present performed by various groups. Concert starts at 7pm and entry is free.