Flute Loops Concert: August 20, 2022

Flute Loops is a community based adult flute choir that comprises all skill levels. When the group was formed the goal was to give non-professional players (though some are retired professionals) opportunities to perform in venues and at events that are usually reserved for professional players. Directed by Erin Vivero (www.erinvivero.com), Flute Loops has grown from three members to fifteen and has performed all over the state of Connecticut from Gillette Castle, to retirement homes, to Niantic, Glastonbury and more! Members also come from all over the state: Voluntown, Wallingford, East Haddam, Colchester, Pawcatuck, Gales Ferry, Portland, South Windsor, Coventry, Middletown, Baltic and Windham. This year the group has been invited to perform at the National Flute Association’s 50th Annual Convention in Chicago and will be headed there in early August. Flute Loops is a place to learn and grow musically as an individual as well as with a group and humor is a must!

Our performance for the Marlborough Arts Center on August 20th will consist of large ensemble pieces as well as small chamber ensemble pieces. There will be music that will be new and some that will be familiar to audiences members and we hope they will enjoy the experience.

Erin Vivero is based out of East Haddam, CT. Be sure to check out her website here!

2022 Saturday Summer Concerts Outdoors

Saturday Summer Concerts Outdoors on the Marlborough Arts Center’s beautiful landscaped lawns for 2022 include: Shubert and Cote Guitar Duo on June 25; Sal Basile and David Spitzer of Dually Noted on July 23; and Flute Loops on August 20. These concerts at 231 North Main Street in Marlborough, CT begin at 2 PM and are lovely opportunities to bring music and entertainment into your summer lives for a couple of hours on the 4th Saturdays of the month. Summer Concerts are free of charge but a $10 donation per person is suggested. Bring your own seating. Masks are recommended. Ample parking is available.

In case of disturbing weather conditions, we will move the concert inside the beautiful Charles W. Hall Art Gallery.