Charlotte SHOUT! is an annual celebration of Queen City art, music, food and ideas — and it’s scheduled to return later this year! So we’ve tapped our city’s creatives to help get us pumped for the festivities by highlighting the creativity that graces Charlotte all year long.
The Charlotte Symphony may not be playing large performance halls at the moment, nevertheless, their passion lives on. And as the saying goes, you can take the music out of the hall, but you can’t take the music out of the musician. Proof of this comes from flutist, Erinn Frechette, who regaled her street with a solo performance of “August Idyll,” a composition from her friend, composer Daniel Dorff.
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Why Erinn selected this piece:
“While the piece I am performing is titled ‘August Idyll,’ its whimsical and joyful nature makes me think more of spring. Composed by my friend Daniel Dorff, it displays both the beauty and technical virtuosity of the flute.”
Erinn’s words of encouragement for her fellow Queen City creatives:
“As a member of the Charlotte Symphony I miss performing with my colleagues right now! But going outside and playing for my neighbors provides a creative outlet for me, and hopefully some beautiful classical music to keep their moods lifted, too.”
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