Jennifer Lapple, flute

Performer, Teacher, Conductor

George Mason University Flute Choir

The George Mason University Flute Choir performs regularly throughout the school year, giving recitals and master classes around northern Virginia.  ​ 

The choir is directed by Dr. Jennifer Lapple and includes music education and performance majors and minors, as well as non-music majors.  The ensemble rehearses once a week on campus.  


George Mason University Flute Choir is comprised of music majors and non-music majors who perform on campus and within the community.


In most recent news...GMU Flute Choir has performed regularly throughout 2016/17:

  • George Mason University, CVPA, School of Music Open House (October 2016)
  • Osher Life Learning Institute Interactive Performance entitled “Musical Dialogues Amongst Flutists,” which explored the various compositional techniques used by composers to elicit “musical dialogues” within the flute choir literature and the communicative efforts amongst the musicians to highlight these exchanges (November 2016)
  • Departmental Recital (December 2016)
  • Recording featuring works by Cohen, Chabrier, Rimsky-Korsakov, Everson and Monroe (December 2016)
  • Flute Society of Washington, Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair Recital, featuring works by Bozza, Cohen, Smetana, and McMichael (February 2017)


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