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Flute choir with strong Towson-area connection readies for Orlando, Fla., performance next month

July 18, 2018 by Courtney McGee

 

A local group of talented musicians, the Baltimore Flute Choir (BFC), will perform next month at the National Flute Association convention in Orlando, Fla. Chosen from a field of more than 500 entries, BFC has proposed a program titled “Music from Baltimore: Our Reply,” inspired by eminent composer Leonard Bernstein, who once wrote, “This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.”  Read more...

Love of the instrument inspires Parkville-based Baltimore Flute Choir

November 29, 2013 by David Sturm

 

Teenagers may pick up the guitar, but love of the flute is usually born in childhood. Just ask Laura Weatherington, a founder of the Baltimore Flute Choir. "According to my grandfather, I started at age 3. But I don't know if that's true. He told a lot of stories," the Parkville resident said. She does know that flute was her chosen instrument by the third grade. Its appeal to her is the instrument's versatility.  Read more...

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Suite on English Folktunes Mvt 1 - John Rutter
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Suite on English Folktunes Mvt 3 - John Rutter
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Suite on English Folktunes Mvt 4 - John Rutter
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Lower Wacker Drive - Peter Senchuk
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Good Morning, Baltimore - from Hairspray
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Good Morning, Baltimore - from Hairspray
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BFC Commission-Sea and Stone - Douglas Buchanan
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BFC Commission-Sea and Stone - Douglas Buchanan
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The Flower of Port Williams - Chris Norman
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Celestial Bodies - Brian Balmages
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Flautists to perform at Loch Raven Festival

November 29, 2013 (click here for full article)

 

The annual Loch Raven Festival of the Arts on Saturday, Nov. 30, will feature a performance by the Baltimore Flute Choir.

 

The choir is scheduled to perform at 3 p.m. during the festival, which runs from 1 to 5 p.m. Other musical performers during the festival will include Joyous Voices, a Dickens-era holiday vocal group, and the Brass Quintet from the Baltimore School for the Arts.

 

The festival is described as "a free music and visual art enrichment celebration of creativity." It will feature a craft vendors market and a children's art workshop. The festival is in its second year.

 

The festival will be held at Loch Raven United Methodist Church, 6622 Loch Raven Blvd.