Jaye Marsh, flute



Our first responsibility is to the composer...the purity of the music will speak if you first take heed of what is written. The spaces between what is written and what is heard is where the performer breathes, this is the creative space where the soul of a musician lives.

Favourite musicians

Musicians of the Canadian Opera Co.

Peter Verhoyen

Patrick Gallois

Magali Mosnier

Edgar Meyer

Academy of St. Martin in the Fields

Orchestra of the 18thC

Tanahill Weavers

Arco Baleno

Orchestral links



(coming soon!)

Celebration Duo



  1. www.altusflutes.com

  2. www.nagaharaflutes.com

  3. www.celebrationduo.com

  4. www.ravelry.com


“A creative flutist with a warm sound and compelling stage presence”

Jaye is currently principal flutist with the Peterborough Symphony Orchestra, the Summerhill Orchestra and piccoloist with Orchestra Toronto and Opera Belcanto of York; past roles include principal flutist with the Ontario Pops Orchestra, The Heliconian Chamber Orchestra, and Kindred Spirits Orchestra.

She has appeared as a soloist with numerous ensembles including the Summerhill Orchestra, Kindred Spirits Orchestra and Hart House Chamber Orchestra and has appeared with the Toronto Concert Orchestra, Cirque Musica, the Evanescence tour, the CCSA Orchestra, Hart House Symphony, Civic Light Opera and Sudbury Symphony.

Ms. Marsh has studied with Douglas Stewart (COC) at the University of Toronto, Camille Watts (TSO) privately, and performed in masterclasses for Per Øen, Julius Baker, and Peter Lloyd.

In addition to performing, Jaye is a private teacher in her East Wind Flute Studio and a sought-after clinician in local schools.

Jaye is also an editor (masquerading as The Red Scribbler), pioneer of eco-friendly events, a yarn addict and lives with her husband and two sons in a small house in Toronto, Canada.


Who I am listening to right now...

Arco Baleno with Peter Verhoyen, flute

Jaye plays on an Altus 1507 britannia silver flute with a 925PT50 Nagahara headjoint with a platinum riser.