Emerald Flute Choir and Ensembles

Emerald Flutes in Pease Auditorium
Emerald Flutes in Pease Auditorium
Emerald Flutes in Pease Auditorium

Emerald Flutes in Pease Auditorium

The nationally recognized Eastern Michigan University Emerald Flutes is an integral part of the flute studio at Eastern Michigan University. Open to all flute majors and minors, the flute ensemble performs in a variety of venues and performs music from the past to the present. The group was selected to perform at the National Flute Association Conventions in 2000 (Columbus) and 2014 (Chicago) where it premiered compositions by internationally acclaimed composer, Christopher Caliendo. To listen to the EMU Emerald Flutes, please listen to the recordings on this website Of La Milonga and Hoe Down. You may also listen to this Excerpt of Dance with Me by Wil Offermans performed by the EMU Emerald Flutes at the National Flute Association Convention in Chicago, August, 2014.

The members of the EMU Emerald Flutes have the opportunity to play in small ensembles such as duets, trios, quartets, and quintets in addition to flute choir. To further ensemble playing skills, these ensembles rehearse on their own as a group and are coached by the director. The small ensembles rehearse at mutually agreed upon times. The flute choir has access to alto and bass flutes that are an important part of the flute choir. To find our more about the EMU Emerald Flute Choir and Ensembles, please contact Dr. Stone at julie.stone@emich.edu.

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