Have you seen this little square sponge in Powell cases? Ever wonder what it is for? Find out more in the latest post on our repair blog at http://www.repairmyflute.com/2013/05/the-anti-tarnish-square.html
We stopped into the shop and found something pretty special in the headjoint fitting area — a Powell Sonaré alto flute!
A little mid-week pick-me-up here. We know these aren’t Powells, but the whole concept certainly is cute! Special thanks to our Marketing Manager, Christina Cobas, for discovering this photo! (Photo courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=455458857874687&set=a.356752937745280.87659.356743707746203&type=1&theater)
This beautiful 19.5K Custom with 10K mechanism belongs to Powell artist Roberto Alvarez, Principal Piccolo of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. We thank him for sharing such a wonderful photo on his Facebook page! Mr. Alvarez has updated his performance schedule, which you can find at http://www.robertoalvarezflute.com/en/events.html#.UX_mq0qbqrA. Also, make sure to visit his Powell artist profile page at https://www.powellflutes.com/academy/masters/roberto-alvarez
Do you have a practice schedule set for the summer? For younger students, it can be challenging to stay on schedule during the summer months. Read Powell Artist Morgann Davis’s recommendations in the latest post on our Teach Flute blog at http://www.teachflute.com/2013/04/summer-practice-schedule.html.