The "Art of Listening" highlights the powerful role that listening & observation have played in flutists' lives from the early days of the French Flute School through our continuously evolving practices today. In addition, participants will have the unique experience of hearing the same sections of select performances, drawn from a vast library of historical to recent recordings, played back-to-back.

This workshop is designed to strengthen musicianship and develop critical listening & thoughtful discussion skills, while also encouraging flutists to tap into an incredible body of existing work on record for their own creative benefit.

We have had the honor to present these classes at the following institutions:

Beethoven Club of Memphis 
Berklee College of Music
Boston Flute Academy
Boston Flute Festival
Boston University
DePaul University
Eastman School of Music
Flutissimo Summer Flute Institute
Hartt School of Music
Indian Hill Flute Festival
Interlochen Arts Academy
Interlochen Flute Institute
Interlochen Summer Arts Camp
Louisiana Flute Festival
Louisiana State University
Loyola University
Lynn University
Mid-south Flute Festival
Montana Flute Association
New England Conservatory
Oberlin Conservatory
Peabody Institute
Southeastern Louisiana University
Stetson University
University of Akron
University of Florida
University of Georgia Athens
University of Houston
University of Louisiana Lafayette
University of Miami
University of Michigan
University of Missouri
University of South Alabama
University of South Florida
University of Texas at Austin
Vandercook College of Music
Yale University

Please contact us if you are interested in Flutistry Boston's "Art of Listening" presentation.