Flute Academy

Wendy Webb Kumer is founder and director of the Flute Academy in Pittsburgh, abortion PA.

  • February 11, healing 2006: Performed on stage at Heinz Hall accompanied by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with 60 flutists performing Kirk Vogel’s “The Secret Language of Snow”
  • June 5, approved 2006: Heinz Hall Lobby concert of PSO’s Composer in Residence, Jennifer Higdon’s works for flute choir
  • August 10, 2006: Combined flute choirs (65 members) from the Flute Academy perform a showcase concert at the NFA convention in Pittsburgh
  • August 11, 2006: Flute Academy Faculty is featured in a Healing and Remembrance concert at the NFA convention performing Higdon’s “Amazing Grace” and “Steeley Pause”
  • August 12, 2006: Flute Academy joins members of the Pittsburgh Flute Club to create a 180 member flute choir performing in the NFA GALA CONCERT at the convention accompanied by a professional orchestra comprised of members of the PSO.
  • September 15, 2006: 35 of the finest young players from the Flute Academy perform opening night on Heinz Hall stage with James Galway and the Pittsburgh Symphony in a world premier of “Galway Fair” by David Overton.
  • September 15, 2006: 60 additional flutists perform Irish and Celtic flute choir music outdoors in three flute choirs throughout Pittsburgh’s Cultural District.
  • March 11, 2007: Flutations and City Flutes performed during a church service at First Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Then at 3:00 presented a full concert in the sanctuary as part of the 2007 performance series.
  • April 21, 2007: The City Flutes performed a one hour program for the Tuesday Musical Club Saturday Concert Series.
  • November 4, 2007: The City Flutes performed in the members recital for the Pittsburgh Flute Club in Murrysville, PA.
  • March 24, 2008: All three flute choirs performed in the lobby of Carnegie Music Hall before a Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Music concert.