Flutes & Piccolos


Yossi Arnheim : Israel
....is Principal Flautist with the Israel Philharmonic and was head of the wind department at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv.
Aldo Baerten : Mezenlaan, Belgium
....is Principal Flutist with the Royal Flemish Philharmonic.
He is Professor for flute at the Antwerp Royal Conservatory, at the Hogeschool der Kunsten Utrecht (NL) and teaches in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Mexico and USA.

Andy Findon : London, UK
His background of mixed musical experience has led to an incredibly diverse career. Having trained as an orchestral flautist, he soon branched out into the varied London musical scene of sessions, shows and dance bands.
Romana Goumare : Amsterdam, Netherlands
....is a freelance flutist, based in The Netherlands. She obtained her postgraduate performance diploma with distinction and was awarded the Irene Burcher Memorial Prize for the best woodwind examination in 2002.
Gaspar Hoyos : Nancy, France
Colombian flutist Gaspar Hoyos is recognized as one of the foremost musicians of his generation. He studied in Bogotá, Dallas, Boston and Paris. He has performed to critical acclaim throughout the world.

Eric Lamb : (American) resides in Germany
Belonging to the generation of young international classical musicians who are defying definition, flutist he is steadily making a name for himself as a chamber musician, soloist, recitalist and lecturer.
Hernando Leal flautist : Lucerne, Switzerland
His musical activity has taken him to many countries where he has appeared with various European and American Orchestras and performed at important music centers.
Christopher Lee : Toronto, Canada
Recognised for his interpretive ability, wide ranging tone colour and expressive playing he is a laureate of the AGIMUS International Competition held in Italy. He is currently Principal Flute of the Toronto Philharmonia.
J Michael Leonard : New York, USA
One of the world's foremost concert saxophonists, he is a fascinating and versatile musical artist who is an internationally renowned soloist. He has been hailed as the “Heifetz of the Saxophone”.

David Loy Song : Westfield, MA, USA
....began playing the alto saxophone at age 10 when he was presented the opportunity to join the elementary school band in 4th grade. This led to private lessons the following year at local college.
David Oliver : Warwick, UK
Described as “having a very rare gift”, he was already winning major awards at the age of six, when he appeared at The Royal Albert Hall. He is now widely renowned, and regarded as one of the finest young flautists of his generation.
Stephen Preston baroque flute : East Sussex, UK
....is one of the outstanding players in the development of early music performance in Europe. He is also the creator of a new music based on birdsong - ecosonics.

Ethnic Instruments

Andy Findon : London, UK
His background of mixed musical experience has led to an incredibly diverse career. Having trained as an orchestral flautist, he soon branched out into the varied London musical scene of sessions, shows and dance bands.


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