Composer of the month: Cecile Chaminade

I remember the first time I heard Chaminade’s Flute Concertino in D major, Op. 107–I was out of school and attending a recital, and my first thought was, “How and why have I never heard this before??” I loved everything about it, and ever since...

Your beginning flute player

Well, as quickly as it began, summer is over–or at least almost over–for many of us here in Indiana! It’s hard to believe that as of next week, many metro Indianapolis school systems are back in session. For many of you, that means it’s time to begin the exciting...

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...

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,...

Reblog: Can failure help success?

This week’s blog post is originally from The Flute View founder and author Barbara Siesel. Interesting thoughts! If you’ve never failed you’ve never tried anything new! Last month we spoke about the power of quitting, this month we’ll speak about the power...

Remembering Loretta Contino

This past Sunday, I had the honor of playing in a flute choir for the memorial service of former professor of flute at Butler University, Loretta Contino. Although I never studied privately with her, her legacy was still very strong at the time that I attended Butler,...