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About the Ensemble
The Trill Seekers flute choir is dedicated to sharing exciting flute music of all genres with residents of Brighton and the surrounding communities. Trill Seekers opens concerts for the Brighton Orchestra and performs for charity organizations around the state. Past events include the American Cancer Society’s Silent Auction, The Inglenook Retirement Center Christmas Showcase, music assemblies for North East Elementary, and Brighton Downtown Live 2008. The choir has also provided service music for several weddings in Brighton and Lyons. Trill Seekers has collaborated with Brighton Brass and the Brighton Music Clarinet choir on concerts featuring premiere pieces and arrangements by local artists.
Brighton Orchestra Concerts are held at:
First Presbyterian Church of Brighton
510 South 27th Ave
Brighton, CO 80601 (Map)
Call for New Members
Flutists who are looking for an engaging, challenging and rewarding ensemble experience are cordially invited to join Trill Seekers. For students, involvement in Trill Seekers can help improve technique, intonation and sight-reading skills and provide an opportunity to explore piccolo, alto and bass flutes. For adult amateurs and semi-professionals, Trill Seekers can be an excellent networking tool, exposing participants to a wide range of audiences and performing venues. No formal audition is necessary, but flutists are expected to perform at or above the high school level. Times may vary, but rehearsals are usually held at noon on Saturdays. Contact Jennifer Pauley at (303) 718-6901 or e-mail at Jennifer@traversostudios.com for more information.
Booking the Ensemble
The Trill Seekers flute choir would be happy to assist you with live music for your upcoming church, charity or secular event. Please contact Jennifer Pauley at (303) 718-6901 or e-mail a request to Jennifer@traversostudio.com at least one month prior to your event. Please supply us with contact information, all applicable dates and times, style preferences and desired program length.