Thursday, March 10, 2011

FluteMoon2 - A multi-media experience at Fiske Planetarium

Dr. Chris Potter presents a multi-media presentation about the many faces of the moon as seen by scientists, composers, painters and poets at Fiske Planetarium on March 12 and 13. She will be performing on eflat flute, c flute, alto flute, bass flute and conta alto flute. Pieces to be performed include Clair de Lune by Debussy, Moon River by Henry Mancini and Blue Moon of Kentucky as performed by Elvis Presley. Tickets are $7.50 for students and seniors and $15 for adults. Saturday's performance is at 7:30pm; Sunday's at 2pm. Fiske Planetarium is located on Regent Drive on the CU Boulder campus. For more information, visit

Dr. Potter, an international performing artist, has a teaching studio in Boulder. She is also a frequent contributor of teaching related articles to national flute magazines and Chair of the Low Flutes Committee of the National Flute Association. Several of her students have performed at National Flute Association conventions and for the Colorado Flute Association of which she is a founding member.

Chris Potter with a contra alto flute

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