If you’re in music school for flute, you may have the chance to choose flute repertoire for yourself. Even amateur flutists will probably have an opportunity to choose their own pieces at some point. Being able to choose pieces is great, but it isn’t as easy as it sounds.
There are many things to consider when you choose flute repertoire, from the performer to the venue. Some pieces are more appropriate in certain situations, so you have to think about different elements before you choose your program. Continue reading “How to Choose Flute Repertoire”
When I first really wanted to learn flute, I actually veered to the saxophone. I thought the flute would be too competitive and that sax would be cool, too.
Little did I know that I would switch two years later. Continue reading “Learn Flute on a Budget”
Starting the flute can be overwhelming. There are so many instruments to choose from, and they can be expensive. But starting the flute doesn’t have to be that hard.
Of course, you need a good instrument and some accessories. And if you have the determination to start, you can do so and save some money in the process. Continue reading “Starting the Flute: Your Financial Guide”
It’s August, which means school is right around the corner. Even if you’re out of school, it can be a good time to test out new things or switch up your routine. In either case, you need to start using the best flute bag.
The best flute bag for you will have the space and compartments you need. You can organize your instruments and accessories. And hopefully, you can be stylish, too…if you want. Continue reading “Best Flute Bag (or Backpack)”
Hey flutists! Have you ever wondered if there was a perfect method book? Unfortunately, the perfect method book probably doesn’t exist, but Flute 101 might come close.
This method book is growing in popularity and for good reason. It teaches the flute in a logical progression, and it has amazing tips for teachers and students alike. Continue reading “Flute 101 Review: The Perfect Method for Flutists?”