Champagne Flutes comprises past and present flute students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formally the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama) based in Glasgow.
Founded in September 2009 its members are Elizabeth Lawton, Matthew Howells and Alasdair Garrett.
As well as participating in regular recitals, and being placed Highly Commended in the 2010 Governor’s Chamber Music Competition at the Conservatoire, the trio are actively involved in the Live Music Now! Scotland Scheme which they joined in 2012.
This scheme enables the trio to perform recitals and workshops across the UK to a variety of audiences in many different settings.
Recent notable performances have included the National Museum of Scotland and the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh, the 'Young at Heart Festival' at Chatlehault Country Park, and the opening of the Aylsham & District Care Trust Community Centre in Norfolk.
Their diverse range of repertoire covers from the early baroque period to works by today's composers including jazz and pop. This allows the trio to be versatile and adapt to any occasion from weddings and functions to educational workshops and recitals.