About us

We are a friendly group of amateur flautists who meet to rehearse weekly and give regular public performances. We meet in the Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre on a Tuesday evening from 7.15pm to 9.15 pm.

We are lucky to have two very talented conductors:  Aisling Agnew and Rachel Forbes.  They lead us through a wide repetoire from classical to rock and everything in between.

We are open to any players who can read music and are of a standard of around Grade 4 or above. Drop us an email at flutephonics@gmail.com  and we’ll arrange for you to attend a rehearsal to see what you think.

We give regular public performances, often in aid of various charities, in Glasgow and surrounding areas.


Barshaw Park

On Saturday 19th May we played in Barshaw Park.







Other Events

Flute Phonics is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC047931.

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  1. Wondered if any of your members or flute playing friends/offspring would like to join this traditional music class next session. I am just a member – a mandolin player, so no financial interest at all but it would be lovely to have a flute or two to support us melody players! We only have a couple of fiddles, 3 mandolins and the rest, at the moment, are bouzouki or guitar players so strong on harmony/accompaniment. Only about a dozen folk altogether and our current room, anyway, is only big enough for about 15 (Notre Dame Primary School). Lovely range of music – it has only been going for one term but we have covered an interesting range of fairly straightforward pieces, I think. A really friendly group – light-hearted, no stressful difficult pieces! I think John Cradden, who is the tutor, is hoping to start up a larger mixed instrument group after the summer. Anyway, I wondered if you would be kind enough to pass this round to any of your members who might be interested (no conflict – different night!)

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