September news roundup

Things have been quite busy and while we’re now five weeks into the Autumn term, the blog has been quiet, so time to catch up a little.

The biggest news is that FluteFling has now moved to its own dedicated website and you can catch up with all traditional flute and whistle teaching activities there. There is no Scots Music Group whistle class this term, but hopefully it will be back in January. Meanwhile I have taken on some one-to-one tuition and continue with the Portobello Music School traditional whistle classes.

The Flow will continue as a resource for traditional flute players and I hope to be able to finally make some long-needed changes there and add more material.

I am also continuing with teaching P1 creative music classes at Portobello Music School on Saturday mornings where we have fun with music, movement, stories and games.

Meanwhile I continue to teach music in two special schools in West Lothian and have been exploring working with Skoogs and Figurenotes as part of the classes.

Photo of Autumn Colours in the Tweed Valley (CC) by Ian Britton.

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