The Flute Society of South Australia is a non-profit organization which aims to foster and encourage enjoyment of flute playing in the broadest possible sense. The Society’s role includes promoting local and interstate artists, encouraging young players and forging links out into the community. Regular activities of the Flute Society include workshops, concerts, fun days, masterclasses, and recitals.
The society was formed on July 26 1972 at the instigation of the late David Cubbin. The inaugural meeting was held in the Recital Room, Flinders Street School of Music, at which David Cubbin was elected President, Alison Rosser was elected Secretary and Judy Cooper was elected Treasurer. The Society was officially incorporated on October 16 1975.
The Society is run by a dedicated group of volunteers on its committee, as well as other wonderful members of the music community who volunteer their time for various events.
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We hope that you are able to both benefit from and to contribute to the rich and vibrant fluting community in South Australia.