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Pamela playing at Mosman Great hall - from Mosman Daily story

Playing Together chases the blues away.

A Seaforth flautist is offering aspiring musicians the chance to play in a group rather than stay at home with the blues.

“It can be lonely playing music by yourself” said flautist Pamela Jordan.
“It’s much more fun to play in a group and it’s the best way to improve your ability.”
Jordan, who has a Bachelor of Music from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, is organising a group to meet each week.

Jordan said the group was designed for adult beginner and intermediate musicians “who would like to play with other musicians in an encouraging environment with a quality coach”.

The cost for each session is $35 and Jordan specifically writes or arranges or adapts the music for each person to suit their ability.

“People have very stressful lives and music is a way to relax, to have a greater sense of spirit and soul,” Jordan said.

The group session is on Wednesdays from 6.00pm to 7.30pm in Seaforth.
For more information, call Pamela 0439 988 567 or go to

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