Jeffrey Khaner has established himself as one of the world’s foremost flautists, thanks to the widespread critical acclaim for his first two solo CDs on Avie, American Flute Music (AV 0004) and British Flute Music (AV 0016). He continues to enlighten and illuminate with his latest Avie disc, French Flute Music, combining flute favourites by Debussy, Fauré and Poulenc, with lesser-known but equally delightful works by Pierre-Max Dubois, Phillip Gaubert, Alexandre Tansman and Pierre Sancan.
With French Flute Music, Jeffrey continues to introduce neglected but deserving music to a wider public. His British Flute Music rightly earned Classic fM Magazine’s “Discovery of the Month” citation. This collection perfectly portrays his “first-rate flute playing” (BBC Music Magazine) and “exceptional virtuosity” (The New York Times).
"...A wonderfully controlled version of Debussy’s unaccompanied classic Syrinx – there is no more magical music for summer evening listening – completes this fine disc. It represents another splendid achievement for Khaner, Sung and the Avie team. Flautists everywhere will naturally rush to hear it, but it is full of great delights for the ‘general’ listener (whatever that might be!)"