Membership in the Pikes Peak Flute Choir

The Pikes Peak Flute Chior performing at the Broadmoor Community Church, autumn 2011.Are you an avid flute player? Or maybe you haven't played your flute in quite some time but are looking to start playing again. Either way, you will enjoy being a part of The Pikes Peak Flute Choir!

 

We take players of all ages and playing ability. Our members range from high school student to "What are you talking about?! You look like you're still 40 and fabulous!" Our flute players are professional musicians, teachers, students, veterinarians, writers, graphic designers and retired, just to name a few professions.

 

Our choir owns a few flutes so if you no longer have your own flute there is no need to worry. Or if you would like to try your hand at alto, bass or contrabass flute, we offer the option to do so as well.

 

Our organization consists of 2 choirs. The large group is for flute players of any playing ability who wish to join. The small group is for more advanced flute players and is by audition only. All members in small group must play in large group as well.

 

Membership in PPFC is by semester. We have a fall/winter semester, a spring semester and a summer session. Currently, we charge a $50 membership due per semester and the summer session is free.* We do offer payment plans and scholarships for those in need.

 

Our rehearsals are every Tuesday starting at 6:45 p.m. at the Graner Music concert hall. For more information, visit our rehearsals page.

 

 

How to Join PPFC

 

Just send our Director, Treese, or our President, DeLyn an e-mail to express your interest. We'll have you show up for a large group rehearsal so you can try us out. If you like us and enjoy playing with us, we would love for you to join! But don't worry, showing up to a rehearsal does not obligate you to become a member.

 

If you think you would like to also try out for the small group, just let our Director, Treese, know via e-mail or before/after large group rehearsal.

 

 

 

*Note: The Pikes Peak Flute Choir's Board of Directors can amend membership dues at any time.