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An important Update from Us to you

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Well it’s the time of year where you are all anxiously awaiting news from us….


Dear Flutation Fluters

Well it’s the time of year where you are all anxiously awaiting news from us….

And WOW! Do we have news for you this year!

Our wonderful and talented Vanessa Couper and her lovely husband are expecting their first child in December!

SO… it is with great joy that we advise that since half of the Flutation team (Vanessa) will be getting used to family life with a brand new flutation fluter of the future and the other half (Rosalie) will be delighting in doting on the newest flutation family member we have decided to take a break this coming January.

Don’t fret though!!!!!!

Flutation 2019 will be AMAZING!!!!!  So, please put January 2019 in your diaries, (we will release dates as soon as we can) and get excited about the best flutation yet!

Wishing you all the very flutiest of times

Rosalie and Vanessa.





Repairs on the Hill return to Flutation for 2017!

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After lots of fantastic feedback following the Flutation 2016 trade show and concert, we are absolutely delighted to again welcome the Central Coast’s Flute Repairer extraordinaire for Flutation 2017!

Victoria Rika-Heke from Repairs on the Hill will be on hand at our trade display and final concert to answer all your questions regarding instrument servicing and repairs.

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Introducing Lamorna Nightingale

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We are so honoured to have some of Australia’s top Flute players joining us at Flutation 2017!  We know that all Flutation Fluters will share our excitement in having the opportunity to meet and learn from Lamorna Nightingale!

Lamorna NightingaleLamorna Nightingale is a core member of the new music group – Ensemble Offspring and has been performing with them since 2007. She has appears regularly with Sydney’s best orchestras and chamber groups. Read the rest of this entry »