Longs Peak Flute Ensemble
The age range of those presently in the choir is 16-60+. They perform at church services, combined flute choir and handbell concerts, community events and conferences. They average five performances a year. There is no fee to belong to the group that averages 15 people. Rehearsals are usually held on Sundays from 3:30-5. Auditions are open to everyone. If you are interested, prepare two pieces of contrasting style (technical and expressive) that best display your level of playing. Be prepared to play a duet, either sight reading or of your choice, to demonstrate tuning and ensemble playing. It is recommended that you sit in on a rehearsal to see if you are comfortable with the level of music being performed.
Kay Lloyd(303) 651-2499
The Western Colorado Flute Choir
Rehearses in Grand Junction at 7PM on Mondays at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. The age range is 25 to 75, and there are an average of nine members. They present an average of three concerts a year, including recitals in a recital hall for a sitting audience, and occasionally for churches and nursing homes. There is no fee to join the group and no audition required.
Sherwood Park Flute Ensemble
The Greeley-based choir is made up of adults, but advanced high school students are also welcome. They perform both concerts and background music for civic events, weddings, and banquets. They average three performances a year. An audition is required to join, and Bonnie prefers to hear an etude, but any piece that displays proficiency will do. Be prepared to play some scales. The average number of members is 11, and they rehearse at 7 PM on Wednesdays.
Rocky Mountain Flute Choir
The RMFC performs at church services, weddings, and other community events. They have 2 formal performances a year and 1 recital with an average of 8 performances a year. There is a charge of $25 per semester to play. The age range of the groups members is 25 to 65 and there is an average of 22 members. To audition, prepare an etude or short excerpt of your choice. Make sure the piece contains a variety of tempos and styles.
Riverdale Chamber Music Consort
The meets on Thursdays at 7pm in Brighton. The group is an intensive Chamber Music Ensemble for serious amateurs led by Kathleen Gallegos. The ensemble has openings for flutists, string players, and other wind instrumentalists.
Pikes Peak Flute Choir
Rehearsals are held in Colorado Springs and ages 16 through 80 are currently represented in the choir. There are an average of six performances a year primarily in churches with three or four holiday performances in December at senior centers. They also play for weddings. There is an average number of 40 members in the main group, with a smaller group by audition only of 12 people. All small group members also play in the large group. There is a $50 fee to belong to the choir. There is no specific audition; just show up and play with large group. Be able to play at the level of the Rubank Advanced book. Small group audition usually consists of rehearsing with the group and members. Rehearsals are Tuesday nights from 6:45-9pm at Mitchell High School in Colorado Springs.
The Northern Colorado Flute Choir
The Northern Colorado Flute Choir is open to adult flutists of all levels. No audition required! Rehearsals are Thursdays from 7pm-9pm at Summitview Community Church in Fort Collins and run from the week of January 23rd to the week of May 1st. End of the semester concert time/place is TBD. Tuition for the semester is $275.
The Mile High Flute Benders
Mile High Flute Benders is a collaborative and fun flute choir based in Denver, CO led by Colorado Symphony flutist Cathy Peterson and Michael Williams. Rehearsals are held at Denver School of the Arts on Wednesday evenings from 7-8pm. All ages and ability levels are welcome and attendance every week is not required - perfect for students and working adults! More information regarding Mile High Flute Benders can be found on milehighflutist.com.
The High AltiTooters Flute Ensemble
Fun and informal recreational flute ensemble for high school through adult players from Teller and western El Paso counties. We rehearse Thursday evenings 6:25-7:15 at Mountain View Methodist Church in Woodland Park. No dues, and we are 501c3 under the Woodland Park Wind Symphony. We perform many community events throughout the year.