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World Flutes: Flute and Ernesto Cardenas

world flutes: It is too exciting, according to Toronto Star. The warning has obviously been ignored by Alison Melville and her four fellow musicians invited by North Wind Concerts to the Yorkville hall to present Encircling the World Flutes. The flute is not an instrument with a good moral effect. Performers from Encircling the World Flutes, clockwise from bottom left Ernesto Cardenas, Alison Melville, Kianoush Khalilian and Deep Ganguly. photo courtesy Kianoush Khalilian As the name suggests, this is no ordinary flute concert not that there is such a thing as an ordinary flute concert it is a celebration of the many forms the flute can take. Ernesto Cardenas, Peruvian-Canadian founder of the Toronto-based Andean ensemble Sikuris St. Melville herself, well known from her appearances with Toronto Consort and Tafelmusik and co-founder of North Winds, plays baroque flute and reorder. ( As reported in the news.