Flute Garden

Student & Senior | $10
Adult | $20

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  • by phone | 780.492.2495
  • in person | Tuesday & Thursday, 11:00am – 2:00pm
    Timms Box Office | Timms Centre for the Performing Arts, 112 Street & 87 Avenue
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Flute Garden

January 22, 2023
2:00 PM | Convocation Hall

Shelley Younge, Liz Koch, Liz Faulkner, Petar Dundjerski
With special guests: Kirsten Lietz , Kendra Litwin, Margo Hornett and Rock Larochelle. 

After a two-year hiatus, by some kind of demand, Edmonton's own professional flute quartet is back on stage! Featuring all sizes of flutes, fun and profound music, and Music Department's own flute alumni, this concert is guaranteed to send you home high-pitch whistling, even if you happen to be a flutist once or twice-removed.


This concert is a part of the Department of Music's 2022-2023 "Faculty & Friends" Series.

H. Beeftink | Celtic Suite No 1

F. Kuhlau | Trio in e, mov’t IV Rondo - Allegro

L. A. Smith | Scat

D. Charke | Raga Saat

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D. W. Solomons | Chinese New Year Quartet

G. Schocker | Flutes in the Garden

F. Arndt | Nola

J. S. Bach | Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben from Saint Matthew Passion

P. Schickele | Monochrome V for Eight flutes

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