Adam's Music now carries Verne Q. Powell Sonaré flutes.
Verne Powell developed the Ardeleve flute around 1951 by placing a Powell headjoint on a flute made in France. The Powell® Sonaré® model is based on this concept and was established in 2002. Every Powell Sonaré flute features a hand-cut headjoint and body made at their Boston area shop. Powell Sonaré models are available in a range of levels, all of which allow the player to perform with the renowned, professional Powell Sound virtuosity at a step-up flute price.
Adam's Music teacher Christine Rosander and her student Lexi Aaron appear in "Light Up The Blues", a documentary style concert film that captures an inspired evening of music featuring Jack Black, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Rickie Lee Jones, Don Felder, Lucinda Williams and Chris Stills.
The film features the entire performance of Lexi Aaron singing Christine's original song "Traveling Mercy", with Christine accompanying her and singing harmony, all to benefit Autism Speaks.