FRESH FLUTES FROM GRINNELL
Claudia Anderson , Director
Fresh Flutes from Grinnell is one of the ensembles open to flutists at Grinnell College, founded in 1989 and in its 21st season presenting concerts. The ensemble performs in duo, trio, quartet and full choir formats. Any intermediate-to-advanced level flutist on campus is welcome to participate. You need not be taking flute lessons, though the majority of the ensemble is made up of members of the flute studio. The Music Department owns alto and bass flutes and several piccolos. Dr. Claudia Anderson is director and head of the flute studio at Grinnell.
Fresh Flutes is a terrific musical experience, a wonderful flute "bonding" experience, and lots of fun! We perform twice a year in Sebring-Lewis Recital Hall on campus (one of the country's best hall acoustics for flute) or the Faulconer Gallery in conjunction with concurrent exhibits, and often at the annual Iowa Flute Festival. Grinnell College will host the IFF in 2013, an event which draws all the major flute studios in the state of Iowa and features world-class guest artists. Please contact Claudia Anderson for further information regarding Iowa Flute Festival 2013.
Please contact Claudia Anderson at anderso5 with further questions regarding Fresh Flutes and/or the flute studio at Grinnell College.