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    Staff spotlight: Nickey Hubert

    One of my favorite parts about working here (well, besides playing all the awesome flutes and working with fabulous customers of course) is the amazing people that I interact with every day. Paige’s Music is truly a family, just as much as it is a well-oiled machine. We love what we do here! This month’s staff spotlight is on […]

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    Stormy weather…

    These storms in the Indy area this morning got me thinking about the age-old problem that flute players must deal with: how do we keep flute pads in good condition? As you probably know, a flute overhaul and repad is the most expensive maintenance cost for our instruments, and unfortunately, at some point it is inevitable on all flutes, f […]

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    Reblog: A Summer Practice Plan by Dr. Tammy Evans Yonce

    This week’s blog is courtesy of The Flute View magazine contributor, Dr. Dr. Tammy Evans Yonce. Enjoy!
    As the school year ends, many students are joyously looking forward to some relaxation and perhaps a break from the flute. Some students spend the summer working in order to have enough saved to pay for living expenses for the upco […]

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    New shop!

    Hello from the brand new Indy Flute Shop! As you have probably heard by now, there have been some major changes happening at Paige’s Music, and we’re so excited to finally share the first peek (well, unless you’ve already been to see us) inside the new showroom!

    Isn’t it lovely? More space (including a separate of […]

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    Helpful beginner info

    Do you have a beginning flute student who is just getting started with lessons or a summer band program while school is out? Paige’s Music teamed up with Creekside Middle School a few years ago to create a comprehensive and super helpful web page for every beginning band instrument, including the flute! For helpful information on po […]

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    Showroom update

    Hello everyone! Well, as is often the case, things got pushed back with finishing the new Indy Flute Shop space–but we really are so close! I do have some exciting updates to share, as well as an approximate timeline for when things are going to be done.
    First of all, if you have tried to call Paige’s Music or the IFS today, p […]

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    Staff spotlight: Steve Ruppert

    This month’s staff spotlight is very near and dear to my heart: woodwind repair technician Steve Ruppert! I first met Steve when he sold my family my very first flute from Weast Music, way back in 1994! It’s been a joy to come full circle and work alongside him–he’s just about the kindest and most helpful person yo […]

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    Getting your flute serviced over the summer

    Last week we went over the procedures for turning your instrument if you or your student is no longer going to be playing. This week, let’s chat about what to do with your instrument if you are going to continue playing! Of course, we hope your summer plans leave you lots of time for practice, but it’s also a great time to cat […]

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    FAQ: Do I need to return my instrument for the summer?

    Does your student’s instrument need to be returned to the Indy Flute Shop? Before beginning this process, first make sure that your student is done with their music program and will not be continuing in the fall. Instruments rented from Paige’s Music or the IFS are NOT returned for the summer. Our hope is that your student practices a […]

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    Flute stands

    How many of you have been sitting in a rehearsal or practice session, especially those of you who double on piccolo or another instrument, and feel like you’re performing a balancing act with your flute on your lap? Or you’ve found yourself setting your instrument on your chair, or–heaven forbid–the floor? There is […]

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