Flute Workshops – Traditional Music

Are you looking for something AMAZING to do this summer?  Have an interest in exploring traditional Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton, Swedish or baroque music?  Check out the Boxwood Festival – seriously.  It’s amazing!


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Studio Recital

The date for the spring Studio Recital has been set!  We’ll be celebrating Father’s Day in the best way possible – with music from our students!  Looking forward to seeing everyone play the afternoon of Sunday June 19th.

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MUSIC THEORY GAME ready for Pre-Orders!

It’s happening!  It’s here!  We’re ready to start pre-orders on our Music Theory Game!


After 10 YEARS of research, mock-ups, trial games and student play-testing, we’re ready to start production.  You can check out the details here:

O’Neill Flute Studio: Music Theory Game!


Our first run is going to be a limited one – only 100 copies printed – with a (tentative!) delivery date in late December.

Contact Amy at toronto.flute@gmail.com with questions or to reserve your copy!

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Free Resources: Online Music Quizzes and Games

Looking for note spelling games, instrument family quiz show games or a fun way to review tempo markings?

Check out the Music Tech Teacher site here:


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Free Resources for Teachers: Practice Sheets

The Studio practice sheets have been uploaded to the website for any teachers who would like to print and use them.  There is also a pdf of printable staff paper.

I hope they’re helpful!


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Free Flute Sheet Music to Download and Print: The Mellow Horn

Another flute trio for you to download and print.  Here is the Mellow Horn.

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Want to hear how it sounds or find more music?  Head over to the O’Neill Flute Studio website.


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Alternate Paths: Klezmer!

Klezmer is traditional Jewish folk music.  In the course of one performance, it can make you laugh, cry, dance and wonder how the world came to be.

These two videos are of  brilliant flutist Adrianne Greenbaum, playing both wooden and silver flutes.  The first is “Rebecca’s Hora”, written by Adrianne for her daughter and recorded in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.  The second is full of flutey pyrotechnics!

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