Flute Music for Women’s Empowerment

Women in Flute History

Ever pick up a book on the history of Western classical music, only to feel disappointed upon the realization that none of the women in its pages played your instrument?  I’m setting out to change that, one story at a time. Check out my blog for posts that center women in the history of Western flute music and analyze music history through a gendered lens. Classical music is about more than just dead white guys – and if you’re ready to step off the beaten path, I’m here to be your guide.

Black and white photo of a flute lying diagonally across three pages of sheet music by women composers - Concertino, Op. 107, by Cecile Chaminade; Sonata in F Major, by Anna Amalia von Preussen; and Sonata No. 2, by Anna Bon di Venezia.

Virtuosa Flute Solos

Flute solos by Women Composers

The field of classical music has been historically dominated by men – but this is the 21st century, and a majority of flutists are women!  It’s time that our music starts to reflect the demographics of our community. 

That’s why I’ve created a FREE resource with OVER 250 flute solos by women composers, from the Baroque era to the present day.  Visit my repertoire database to find your new favorite piece!