Louna Dekker-Vargas
Live Flute Concert
June 4 at 6PM


June 4, 2020, 6PM EST.
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Live from her apartment in NYC, Louna Dekker-Vargas plays a handpicked program of Baroque to 20th century works glimmering with beauty, patience, and playfulness.

To view the concert one just needs to register through Groupmuse at the link below.
https://www.groupmuse.com/events/10714-deep-flute-diving

Hosted by the incredible Jennifer Gersten

Program

Syrinx – Claude Debussy
Les Folies d’Espagne – Marin Marais
Partita in A Minor -J.S. Bach
L’Après midi d’un Faune – Maurice Ravel (excerpts)
Daphnis et Chloe (flute solo) – Claude Debussy
Density 21.5 – Edgar Varèse
Image – Eugene Bozza–

April 9, 2020
Thursdays at 4pm EST
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iOZldJbbqc&feature=youtu.be

April 9, 2020 Program
Eugene Bozza’s Image for Solo Flute
More TBD

April 2, 2020 Program
Mozart Concerto in G- 2nd movement
Butterfly song (Irish folk song)
Ornette Coleman’s Lonely Woman
Bizet Intermezzo from Carmen flute solo
Prokofiev flute excerpts from Peter and the Wolf
George Enesco’s Cantabile et Presto

Louna Dekker-Vargas is a flute soloist, collaborative artist, and advocate for new and experimental music in her chamber projects–The Witches, and Trio Jinx. She is a flexible sound artist, deploying her flute and voice gracefully and skillfully in a variety of genres. She received classical training at Peabody Institute under renowned flute soloist Marina Piccinini, as well as new music and improvisational specialized training from world class artists Courtney Orlando and Michael Formanek. She is a substitute flutist for the Broadway show Wicked as of August 2017. As a soloist she has been featured on Boom Bap Society- A Baltimore hip hop collective- several times, and served as principal flutist of the Peabody Concert Orchestra. She also plays piccolo, alto flute and bass flute. She grew up in NYC, attended LaGuardia Performing Arts High School and currently freelances in New York and Baltimore.

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