Toronto Flute School

TFS Logo


Flute Facts

"The flute is one of the oldest and most widely used wind instruments. Throughout the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries, transverse flutes were very uncommon in Europe, with the recorder being more prominent. The transverse flute arrived in Europe from Asia, via the Byzantine Empire, where it migrated to Germany and France." Wikipedia

Connect with us on Facebook! Just click here:  Facebook Logo

Toronto Flute School location(s)

We have two locations: one for our individual lessons and another for classes and concerts.

Individual Lessons:

All individual lessons are given at our studio which is located at 892 Castlefield Avenue near the Allen Road and Eglinton Avenue West. Access from Highway 401 to the studio is very easy. Please ask us for driving directions.

For those students using the TTC:

From the Eglinton West station, take the Ranee bus (#109) three stops to the corner of Marlee Avenue and Roselawn Avenue. There is a Shell station on that corner. Continue walking north (the direction the bus was traveling) a very short block to Castlefield Avenue. Here you can only turn left. The house (892) is the fourth from the corner on the north side. From Lawrence West station, take the Ranee bus southbound to Ridelle Avenue. Continue walking south (the direction the bus was traveling) a short block to Castlefield. You can only turn right. The house (892) is the fourth from the corner on the north side of the street.

Or if you want a bit of exercise before your lesson:

Our studio is a very pleasant 8-10 minute walk from the Eglinton West station. Simply walk out of the station, turn right (you'll be walking west) and walk to the next traffic light (Marlee Avenue). Turn right again and walk to the next light (Roselawn Avenue where there's a Shell station), plus one more street. This is Castlefield Avenue. Turn left and our studio is the fourth house in from the corner on the north (right) side of the street.