CAFE (Central Arizona Flute Ensemble) Flutes will celebrate water, art, and light through music! The seven-member flute choir plays instruments ranging from the piccolo to the rare 10-foot-long contrabass flute. At Canal Convergence, they will perform songs related to water, art, and light in styles that range from classical to jazz, folk to pop, and oldies to showtunes. Audiences of all ages sing, clap, hum, and sway to their unique melodic textures. Listeners will leave being able to recognize the distinct tones of each member of the flute family. Their interesting and quirky introductions to each piece make CAFE concerts relaxed and conversational, and their musicality is superb.
CAFE (Central Arizona Flute Ensemble) is a seven-member flute choir based in Phoenix. Founded in 2014, they are known for presenting concerts that are engaging, relaxing, and entertaining. CAFE musicians are top professional and semi-professional flutists, who have played in major orchestras and bands throughout the Valley of the Sun. They have performed at senior communities, libraries, museums, churches, and concert halls, including Desert Botanical Garden, Glendale Public Library, Burton Barr Central Library, Globe-Miami Community Concert Series, and Tempe History Museum. One audience member remarked, “I just loved hearing the range of all of the different instruments. I had no idea that there was such a variety of flutes!” CAFE flutists love making music together in this unique ensemble. For more information, visit CAFEflutes.com.