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O'Neill Flute Studio

Classical & Irish Flute & Whistle Lessons

Location
Located In Armdale (Mainland Halifax)
Where To Find Us Cottage Rd
Armdale (Mainland Halifax), NS
Canada
Areas Served Halifax Regional Municipality and the rest of Nova Scotia
Contact
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Website www.flutestudio.com
E-Mail novascotiaflute@gmail.com
Phone 782.234.5353
Contact Amy O'Neill, O'Neill Flute Studio; Phone: 782.234.5353; Email: novascotiaflute@gmail.com
Description & Services
Information We like to think of ourselves as Halifax's friendliest flute studio. Learning to play an instrument is a wonderful, challenging and glorious experience, and we work hard to create a community that is there to support you. 
 
Students from 5 years old to I-don't-admit-my-age get to experience the joys of making music and learning new skills through our Tiny Toots classes, private lessons, student collaborations and participation in our Feisty Flutes ensembles and Flute Boot Camps. 
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If you want to learn a session's worth of new Irish reels, if you have found a flute and have always wanted to learn to play, if you want to prepare for university auditions or if you want to get set up for band, we can do that together! 
 
With almost 30 years of experience as a private instructor, Amy O'Neill is also an active flute clinician at national music festivals, a member of the Nova Scotia Registered Music Teachers' Association and a flute specialist for the Halifax & South Shore Centres for Education.  
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Before returning to the East Coast, Amy O'Neill was a lecturer in Western University's Don Wright Faculty of Music, teaching classical flute and Irish traditional music practices. With extensive musical theatre, orchestral and session experience, Amy has performed across North America and Europe as a classical and traditional Irish flutist.
Eligibility Ages: 5 year(s) - 100 year(s)
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Public Bulletin We like to think of ourselves as Halifax's friendliest flute studio. Learning to play an instrument is a wonderful, challenging and glorious experience, and we work hard to create a community that is there to support you. 
 
Students from 5 years old to I-don't-admit-my-age get to experience the joys of making music and learning new skills through our Tiny Toots classes, private lessons, student collaborations and participation in our Feisty Flutes ensembles and Flute Boot Camps. 
​ 
If you want to learn a session's worth of new Irish reels, if you have found a flute and have always wanted to learn to play, if you want to prepare for university auditions or if you want to get set up for band, we can do that together! 
 
With almost 30 years of experience as a private instructor, Amy O'Neill is also an active flute clinician at national music festivals, a member of the Nova Scotia Registered Music Teachers' Association and a flute specialist for the Halifax & South Shore Centres for Education.  
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Before returning to the East Coast, Amy O'Neill was a lecturer in Western University's Don Wright Faculty of Music, teaching classical flute and Irish traditional music practices. With extensive musical theatre, orchestral and session experience, Amy has performed across North America and Europe as a classical and traditional Irish flutist.
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