Meet the Orchestra: Flutes

We’ve got four very talented flautists.  Far-left is Shannon, a law student who plays both flute and the Chinese Harp, the Konghou. Next to her at middle-left is Deb, who has started with the Orchestra three times in the past few years, each time to be interrupted by life and a big pandemic pause. We’re so happy she’s playing with us—third time’s a charm, right?  Middle right is Lori, who has been looking for a group to play with for a while.  Lori is especially suited for our current repertoire, the Carmen Suite. She is a Spanish teacher by day, but she can also dance Flamenco and play castanets. To the far right is Kristen, an elementary music teacher. Kristen not only plays flute but is self-taught in 9 other instruments—saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, piano, oboe, French horn, trombone, tuba, and snare drum. Say hello to one of these super friendly and talented folks at rehearsal next week! 

Interested in Joining?

The CWSO is open to any musicians who want to play—no auditions needed! Learn more about joining and come to the Jefferson Memorial Fieldhouse on Monday evenings to join us at rehearsal.

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