“The performance of Moods of Intimacy is breathtaking – wonderful nuances and musicality in the interpretation that exceed the composer’s imagining.”

– Michael Young, Composer, Whitworth College, Spokane, WA

“It’s rare to find a performer so ready and eager to help with promotions, publicity, and all other preparatory facets of a show.”

Karen Bowers
Executive Director, Panida Theater–Sandpoint, Idaho

Concert Programs

These programs are duo or trio performances featuring flute with piano, guitar, or double bass.

The Ledge Trio

Trio in D Major: Franz Haydn

Hungarian Dances: Brahms

Trio in G Major: Carl Maria Von Weber

Suite for Flute and Jazz Trio: Claude Bolling

Escualo: Astor Piazzolla

SLAVIC HARMONIES: The Music of Eastern Europe
A timely program of ethnic folk and classical music from the countries involved in such turmoil today. Researched in New York City and at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. by an Award from the Idaho Commission on the Arts.

Sonata in D Major: Sergei Prokofiev

Hungarian Peasant Suite: Béla Bartók

Sonatina, op.100: Antonín Dvorák

Rumanian Folk Dances: Ferenc Farkas

Hungarian Children’s Songs: Emil Petrovics

Gypsies for Flute & Tambourine: Danjel Bukvic

From My Home: Bedrich Smetana

Hungarian Pastoral Fantasy: Franz Doppler


For flute and guitar:

MUSIC FROM THE SOUTH: Warm Weather Composers

Ethnic, jazz, and classical pieces from the Deep South, South America, and Southern Europe.

Grand Duo Concertante, Op. 85: Mauro Guiliani

Aria from Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5: Heitor Villa-Lobos

Entra’cte: Jacques Ibert

Hush You Bye: Robert Beaser

Serenata al Alba del Dia: Joaquin Rodrigo

History of the Tango: Astor Piazzolla

Gymnopedie #1: Erik Satie

Le Basque: Marin Marais

For flute and harp:


A variety of music from countries as diverse as Japan, South America, and Ireland. A lively program for all ages.

Sonata in C Major: J.S. Bach

Piece en Forme de Habanera: Maurice Ravel

Sonata for Flute & Harp: Jean-Michel Damas

Acrostic Song: David Del Tredici

El Quintapesares (The Consolation): Traditional Brazilian

Berceuse: Gabriel Faure

Hebrew Song for Alto Flute: Modest Moussorgsky

Haru no Umi (The Sea in Spring): Josef Molnar

Brian Boru’s March for Piccolo: Traditional Irish

Fantasia on Greensleeves: Ralph Vaughan Williams



Education is an important part of touring and traveling into new communities. Rhonda Bradetich feels very strongly that it is important to introduce children to art and music at all stages in their development. An appreciation for music, developed young, is a gift that can bring them a lifetime of enrichment and enjoyment.


These are 45 minute programs and up to 3 can be scheduled in a one day school residency.


A program for grades 1-6 that mixes short music selections with an introduction to instruments and sound production, rhythm and meter, and a history of music.


A program for flute and guitar that features musical selections from various countries. Our “musical anthropologist” Dr. Paul Grove, discusses the similarities and differences between music from this continent as well as Latin and South America.


A program for grades 7-12, a Musical Journey Through Time. Includes music from various eras and genres, showing the development of harmony and rhythm.


Workshops for music students enrich the educational process and offer new ideas to teachers. Classes include ensemble playing, composition, and improvisation techniques.


For beginners to advanced flutists and other instrumentalists. Offers intensive individual training in segments of 20-30 minutes per student, allowing them to perform and to be coached on music they have prepared in advance.


Preparing a solo and putting it together with your pianist, with tips for a good performance. For young students attending Solo and Ensemble Festival, playing for church, or other concert situations.


For instrumentalists and vocalists both. Includes techniques for increasing breath capacity, improving tone, and vibrato production.


“My interest in jazz began very early. I learned to play the alto saxophone so that I could perform with the jazz band, first in high school, then in college at the University of Idaho’s Lionel Hampton School of Music. My studies with Gunther Schuller also nurtured my jazz interest, and he had me playing flute in bands with Joe Lovano, Max Roach, and his sons George and Ed. Paul and I also explored jazz and Brazilian choros in our flute and guitar duo and have enjoyed incorporating some of these tunes into our repertoire. I have studied with the great jazz flutist Ali Ryerson, and Mark Levine, master jazz theoretician. I now play casually with several ensembles and enjoy working with Piedmont’s Shades of Gray, where we play tunes from the Great American Songbook.”

“The tone and temper of the flute was brilliant, warm and effortless. The program itself was a well-chosen one, with pieces which showed the fine musical talents of both artists at their best.”

Ottomar Rudolf, Director Music Matinees
Reed College–Portland, Oregon

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