The Ball State Flute Choir, a group of flute players focused on multipart (four to eight parts) flute repertoire, consists of a large number of flute players, using piccolo, flute, alto flute, and bass flute.
An extension of the flute studio, the Flute Choir is primarily offered as a laboratory for flute majors and minors to develop skills for playing together in a large ensemble and for pedagogical purposes.
The Flute Choir has performed on the School of Music Showcase concert, studio recitals, and at other on-campus venues. Repertoire includes everything from pop music using beat boxing technique, orchestral repertoire arrangements, folk song arrangements representing different countries, originally composed works for flute choir, and compositions by Ball State students and faculty.
Coaching is offered by the flute professor and by the flute studio graduate assistant(s).
To learn more about the ensemble or how to join, contact Prof. Mihoko Watanabe.