Summer 2017, "Music inspired by the movies"
Donald Zook, Program Director/Conductor
Joann Bellis, New Artist Conductor
Nicole Fantasia & Stephanie Sousa, Chamber Music Directors
Wednesday evenings starting June 14, 2017
Final Concert: Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Jane Carr Amphitheater One Conservatory Drive, Hingham
Join the largest flute symphony in the nation!
Summer after summer, Flute Symphony players come to South Shore Conservatory to meet and perform with some of the area’s best professional and amateur flutists.
The program acquaints students with a variety of music styles, from baroque and classical, to “pop” and jazz, and introduces the music of present-day composers. Students gain stronger skills in reading, intonation, listening, breathing, improvisation, phrasing and musicianship, and learn to think in terms of harmony as well as melody.
Tuition and Registration
Use the Group Class Inquiry Form to register. Use the PayPal buttons below to pay tuition. Note: Age does not necessarily limit your placement. Students who feel they are more appropriately placed in another level may speak with the director.
Advanced Artists Ensemble
For advanced students age 14 to adult
Meets: 7:30 – 9:30 pm
For intermediate students age 12 - 14
Meets: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
New Artists Ensemble
All ages with 6 months to 2 years experience
Meets: 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Challenge yourself with the solo competition! The audition piece must be five minutes or less in length. This competition is open to Artist and Advanced Artist members only. Auditions are June 14, 2017 during rehearsal. Winners receive a cash prize and a solo spot on the final concert.
Delve into the world of chamber music! Artist and Advanced Artist Ensemble members may audition to perform in a smaller ensemble setting and work as a team. Each group meets individually for an hour before their scheduled Flute Symphony rehearsal time. Auditions are held on the first night of Flute Symphony. No extra fee for chamber music.
"Flute Symphony has been the highlight of my summer for the past few years. It's a really fun way to interact with other flute players of many different back grounds. It's a very welcoming environment and really helps you grow as a player."
- Jillian Benway
"Flute Symphony was a great experience. It's such a community and you grow close with people through a mutual love of music."
- Rebecca Eneyni
"I love flute symphony and do it every single year! Everyone is so nice and welcoming, no matter how good you are or how long you've been playing. It's inspired me every year to work my hardest and play the best that I can. And of course, we have the most energetic director!"
- Caitlin Waugh