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The Cantio Flute Quartet would like to extend a warm welcome to visitors to our web site.

Having met through their membership of the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra, the ladies of the Cantio Flute Quartet have been playing together for some time as friends, purely for their own personal enjoyment.

Julie, Olya, Mary Ann and Helen have now decided to build upon their extensive experience and, and play together professionally as “Cantio Flutes”.

Whether used as background music or as the main event, the beautiful sound of four flutes playing in harmony will enhance any special occasion.

There is nothing to compare with live music to make an event really special.

Thank you so much for entertaining with your beautiful flute music! We so enjoyed it.

The Ladies Group

Rapid Valley United Methodist Church

This cheerful flute ensemble blends melodious sounds smoothly and pleasantly, their presence adds a warm atmosphere to any occasion.

Liz Benusis

Principle Cello, Black Hills Symphony Orchestra

Cantio Flutes played music for our professional office party this year. They showed up promptly and began their performance on time. Their music was quite lovely and the perfect background for our office reception. All of the members were friendly and professional. It was obvious that the group had practiced and played together many times before. I would highly recommend them for your home or office gathering.

Dr. Jay Crossland

Black Hills Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Thank you so very much for the beautiful music you played at the Hospice House. Patients, Families and Staff all complimented how amazing the flute music was!

Angela Wiederich

Volunteer Coordinator

A huge thanks for providing such lovely music for a Food Truck Lunch at First Presbyterian Church. Despite the heat you played beautifully. You were a blessing to the community and we are grateful for your gifts of time and talent. Thanks again! Martha Robinson, First Presbyterian Church
Thank you very, very much!!!!!
Martha Robinson

Food Truck Lunch at First Presbyterian Church