Ruth Molins is a very popular and much admired flautist here in Exeter. For many years she has been performing with orchestras and ensembles, as well as giving solo performances, throughout Devon and beyond. In addition to her work with existing ensembles, Ruth has also started her own flute trio, 'Flute Cake', with Sophie Brewer and Jennifer Campbell. Many people have enjoyed their delightful music at weddings and other social occasions, as well as formal concerts.
Ruth also teaches flute (as well as piano), and founded 'Exeter Flutes' in 2016 to provide opportunities for her students to enjoy and learn from performing in a flute choir. Lessons take place in Ruth's music studio at 37 Clifton Road in Newtown, Exeter (next to the Globe). This year Ruth will be giving a series of solo performances in the music studio, with a chance to join Ruth for a cup of tea and discussion of the music.
These recitals will be a wonderful opportunity to share musical experiences with a very talented and creative musician. Ruth has always amazed audiences with her spectacular flute playing in concert performances - and also on air on the many occasions when she has performed live for us in the Phonic FM studio.
Below is the provisional list of recitals for 2018.
Tickets are £10, or £8 in advance
Advance booking will be through ruthmolins.bigcartel.com
Sunday 18 February 4pm
Georg Philipp Telemann: "Fantasia in C"
Benoit Tranquille Berbiguier: "Etude No 17"
Alica Hart: "Scats"
Sunday 18 March 4pm
Hilary Taggart: "Kerry"Niccolò Paganini: "Caprice No 24"
Sunday 15 April 4pm
Claude Debussy: "Syrinx"
Jacques Ibert: "Piece"
Sunday 20 May - TBA
Sunday 24 June 4pm
Arthur Honegger: "Dance de la Chevre"
Astor Piazzolla: "Tango Etude No 3"
Mike Mower: "Strutit"
Sunday 9 September 4pm
D B Thomas: "Carla" (alto)
Johann Sebastian Bach: "Cello Suite" Selection
Sunday 14 October 4pm
Pierre Octave Ferroud: "Trois Pieces"
Sunday 11 November 4pm
Sophie Dufeutrelle: "Couleur Neige"
Carl Nielsen: "The Children are Playing"
Sunday 9 December 4pm
Marin Marais: "Les Folies d'Espagne"