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Flute Choir

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Conductor: Janet Stodd

The Augustana Flute Choir is a chamber ensemble of flutists which makes use of the entire flute family: piccolo, flute, alto flute and bass flute.

Founded by Janet Stodd in 1988, the ensemble performs concerts under her direction every term, both on and off campus. 

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Janet Stodd has directed the Augustana Flute Choir since 1988.

Favorite performances include the annual Joy of Christmas event in Andover, Illinois, and the annual St. Patrick's Day Concert. The Augustana Flute Choir has performed at the Iowa Flute Festival and the IMEA festival in Peoria, Illinois.

The ensemble rehearses once a week. Students can register for either credit or noncredit. The Flute Choir usually includes 12 flutists who also take lessons and perform in band or orchestra.


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