Nancy Rhoades, Treasurer

Nancy Rhoades


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concert flute, piccolo & alto flute




Nancy started playing flute when she was ten years old after playing piano for four years.


In high school she was a member of many music groups including the Kansas City Youth Symphony, Charlotte Youth Symphony and the Charlotte Symphony.  Nancy soloed with the youth symphony playing Chaminade's Concertino.  


While in Charlotte, she also played in the orchestra pit for the summer theater musicals, the circus when it came to town and other gigs where a flutist was needed.  Nancy was a charter member of the Charlotte Flute Club in 1964.  She also played in the Irving, Texas, Community Orchestra.


After a 35-year hiatus from flute playing, Nancy joined the Pikes Peak Flute Choir and started studying with Karen Morsch. She is also a member of The Little London Winds, Cinnamon Tea flute ensemble and the Tri-Lakes Music Association.


Nancy is a retired court reporter and loves spending time with her four grandchildren.



Funny Fluties!

If you were stuck on a deserted island, who is the one other member of PPFC you’d like to be stuck with and what is the one item you would bring? 

Stuck on an island with Karen Morsch with a deck of cards.


What is your guilty pleasure?

My guilty pleasure is ice cream.


What is one other instrument that you would love to learn to play?






Donate to The Pikes Peak Flute Choir

The Pikes Peak Flute Choir is a non-profit organization [501(c)3]. We survive off donations and the small amount of dues we collect each year from our members. Your money goes to buying new music, paying for rehearsal space at Graner Music, printing concert programs and paying for the use of concert locations among many other things. Your donations to PPFC are tax deductible.


To donate to PPFC, please contact our Treasurer, Nancy by sending an e-mail