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    upgrading your instrument–online!

    I have a very exciting announcement to make: we are now able to upgrade current customers to an intermediate level instrument online! Our technical support staff has been hard at work to ensure this process goes as smoothly as possible, so we are excited to finally be able to roll it out. Here’s what you need to do:
    1. Call the Indy […]

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    Year-end sale!

    If you’ve been looking for a good reason to exchange your beginner instrument for a more advanced instrument, the month of May is a great time to do just that!
    Through the month of May, Paige’s Music and the Indy Flute Shop will pay the first monthly payment on ALL step-up instruments!
    How do I exchange my beginning instrument for a […]

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    Staff spotlight with yours truly

    Hi there! Every month, we at Paige’s Music “spotlight” a member of our team, and this month I was honored to be featured! To learn a little bit more about my background and what I do, please watch the video below. I hope you enjoy it!

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    Our newest Straubinger-certified tech

    We are very pleased to announce that we now have an additional Straubinger-certified tech here at our full-service repair shop, Ben Bruemmer! He has successfully completed training to become a certified Straubinger Pad Technician. These pads are specifically designed to be used in higher end professional flutes and require specialized tra […]

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    Graduate to Yamaha

    If you’ve been waiting to graduate to a professional-level instrument, now is a great time! From April 1 through June 30, 2018, most of our Yamaha professional-level instruments will qualify for a rebate! Qualifying instrument at the shop include the Yamaha 577, 677, and 777, and the YPC62 series piccolos.
    Inheriting the many merits of […]

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    Quick, someone get that girl a better piccolo!

    Well, March Madness is officially over, and Villanova reigns supreme this year. As I scrolled through my Facebook feed this morning, a familiar image began to appear of that poor piccolo player from ‘Nova two years ago after their heartbreaking loss, playing with tears streaming down her face. Remember it? She quickly went viral and […]

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    History of the piccolo

    Of all of the instruments in the flute family, none seem to be so polarizing as the piccolo. Personally, it is my favorite auxiliary instrument to play! Here is a quick history and some fun facts you may not know about the piccolo:
    The piccolo, and the concert flute, both evolved from the military transverse flute of the Middle Ages. When […]

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    Ian Clarke masterclass

    Yet another exciting event announcement here this week: renowned British composer and flutist Ian Clarke will be presenting a masterclass here at the Indy Flute Shop on Wednesday, April 18th! Details are still in the works, but Clarke will be working with university students from some of our esteemed flute studios around the state, as wel […]

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    PROJECT Trio!!

    Ladies and gentlemen, I have SUCH an exciting announcement: PROJECT Trio is coming to the Indy Flute Shop on Wednesday, May 23rd! This will be the highlight of celebrating the shop’s 10th anniversary as a part of Paige’s Music, and I can’t think of anyone more exciting to help us with that celebration!
    Combining the virt […]

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    Music Madness sale!

    For the past few years we’ve held an event that not only saves you money on great instruments and supplies, but it’s also a lot of fun! We call it our Music Madness Sale and it happens in coordination with the college basketball tournament that begins about this same time.
    From March 15th through the 17th you’ll be able to come in t […]

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