SÖYLER SANAT ACADEMY
History & Characteristics of Flute
Flute is one of the most popular instruments in various forms in many parts of the world. They have been used as instruments since 50,000 years, usually made of bone or horn, on which there are only enough holes to play 2-3 notes. In this respect, it is one of the oldest instruments and has continued its development in different regions, with different mechanisms and names, by going through various evolutions.
Contrary to popular belief, the Side Flute is not a European instrument and its one single piece and non mechanical oriented first version with today's system dates back to China around 900 BC. However, the Side Flute that was made with only 6 holes at that time. The Side Flute first reached India and became the widely used Bansuri, and entered Europe in the 12th century, to the areas where the Saxons lived. For this reason, the Side Flute is also called as German Flute. The Side Flute was redesigned in Europe in the 1600s as 3 pieces linked together. As time went on the Side Flutes begun to be made of metal and more holes were added. Until the middle of the 19th century, sound was obtained by closing the holes on the flute with fingers, and these holes had to be far from each other in order to obtain a better sound, so it was difficult to perform. Finally, the German Flutist Theobald Boehm combined his knowledge of mechanics, physics and art in 1832 and developed today's modern flute system and arrangement using vices, levers and caps. For this reason, the name Boehm Flute is also used for the Side Flute.
You can learn how to play Side Flute or improve your current level by taking One-to-One Private Side Flute Lessons or One-to-One Group Side Flute Lessons or Online Private Side Flute Lessons from our distinguished teachers and masters at Söyler Sanat Academy.
One-to-One Flute Lessons
(Private or Group)
One-to-One Side Flute Lessons are given at our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkey and West Bay, Doha - Qatar branches.
At our Beşiktaş, İstanbul - Turkiye branch; in Turkish
At our West Bay, Doha - Qatar branch; Courses can be held in Turkish, English, Spanish and Arabic.
In our lessons; A three-stage education is given according to the level of the students: beginner level, intermediate level, advanced level. This level is determined by the level test performed by our instructors before registration. Our one-to-one lessons are conducted in private or in groups, depending on your preference and availability.
Students who want to participate in the current Accreditation Program with the London Music Academy and receive a certificate must have successfully completed the Advanced Level Program consisting of a minimum of 20 students to apply (only at branches in Turkiye).
In our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors in our training staff for One-to-One Side Flute Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for One-to- One Side Flute Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site.
Online Flute Lessons
As you know, after the pandemic that lasted for about 2 years, many institutions and organizations switched to the online system. We have prepared ourselves in this direction and started to serve you with our online lessons.
Our Online Private Side Flute Lessons are held in Turkish, English and Spanish by video conference via Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Duo, Zoom or Skype applications of your choice.
In our Online Private Side Flute Lessons; Just like the One-to-One Side Flute Lessons, a 3-stage education is given according to the level of the students: beginner level, intermediate level, advanced level. The level of our students is determined in advance by the level test made by our instructors.
In our academy, a different price policy is followed according to the qualifications of our instructors in our training staff for Online Side Flute Lessons. Please contact us about the course schedule and course fees of our instructors you prefer for Online Kaval Lessons. You can reach us via our phone numbers on our site, e-mail or chat on the site.