Flutes on Fire, a trio renowned for its impassioned interpretation and its exquisite blend draws a loyal following in the Southeast. This internationally acclaimed trio has also performed at the National Flute Association Conventions in Boston, Orlando, New York City and Kansas City. Performing a repertoire which includes music of the masters through light classics to pop and jazz has proven them to be a versatile and entertaining ensemble.
Classical, Pop, Jazz and Broadway favorites! Visually appealing and musically delightful, this auburn-haired threesome lights up the stage with their stylish and innovative arrangements!
For booking contact: CLKeach@aol.com 404-667-1222
Candace Keach, originally from Athens, Georgia has been principal flutist with the Macon Symphony for over 20 years. She has been a featured soloist with this orchestra as well as with summer music festivals in Italy, Switzerland and France. Her orchestral experience in the southeast has included performances with the Atlanta Symphony, the Birmingham Symphony and the Greenville Symphony. She was principal flutist with the National Touring Company's "Phantom of the Opera" at the Fox. Candace is flute professor at Spelman College and The Lovett School. Her own studies were at the University of Georgia and at the New England Conservatory in Boston.
Amy Orsinger, a Pennsylvania native, has been both principal and second flutist in the Charlotte Symphony for the past fifteen years. Before moving to Charlotte, Amy lived in Atlanta and performed in numerous chamber ensembles and regional orchestras in the southeast. She holds performance degrees from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Institute of Chamber Music. Amy has recorded two compact discs with the Taliesin Orchestra and is flute professor at Wingate University.
Alison Gillon, a native of Atlanta, returned to Georgia after a 12-year performing career in Paris, France. A graduate of the New England Conservatory, she continued studies at the Sorbonne in Paris which led her to a position as associate professor at the American School in Paris, and the International Schools of Paris. Alison has performed in many diverse settings; from Symphony Hall in Atlanta to the Hotel Tallyrand-Paris to the prestigious Club St. James of London. She has been a frequent performer with the Greenville Symphony and with the Macon Symphony. She is presently director and flute professor for the Greater Atlanta Music Academy at Whipkey's Music.