Flute Insurance

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Whether you’re touring, teaching, recording or just playing with friends, Lark Music’s specialist flute insurance can ensure that you are correctly covered for any eventuality.

Flutes can be easily damaged if dropped or banged, so to ensure your instrument is protected, it’s important to have dedicated flute insurance.

What our cover includes
  • Worldwide cover
  • No time restrictions on travel
  • All risks cover (fire, flood, loss, theft, accidental damage)
  • Depreciation in value following an accident
  • Cover whilst travelling (as long as the musical instrument is in a hard case)
  • Cover whilst at home
  • No claims discount of up to 20%

We also provide some optional extras

  • Cover against theft from an unattended vehicle, earthquake or climate conditions
  • Optional £2m or £5m Public Liability

Renting your instrument?

If you rent your instrument, you will more than likely be responsible for making sure that it is correctly insured. Lark Music can provide comprehensive cover for any rental instruments.

I use Lark Music because they understand musicians, offer a nice personal service and a competitive price. I had the pleasure of holding the Lark Music scholarship during my time at the RCM, and wouldn’t go anywhere else for my insurances.

Renate Sokolovska – Flautist and previous Lark Music scholar

Why choose Lark Music?

Lark Music has been providing specialist music insurance across the world for over 25 years. Our service benefits include:

  • A dedicated Account Handler – so one number to call
  • In-house Claims Team to make the claims process as efficient as possible
  • Transactions in a choice of currencies (Sterling, Euro, US Dollar)
  • ‘No Claims Discounts’ available (up to 20%)
  • Choice of repairer
Give us a call
020 3846 5251
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Did you know…

The modern flute traces its origins to a German inventor, Theobold Boehm, who developed the instrument in the 19th Century to fulfil the demands of the largest concert halls and bigger symphonies, where more volume and dexterity was required. The fingering system that Boehm developed has also been adapted to other instruments such as the oboe and clarinet. Prior to this, the flute was a wooden, conical instrument.

Flutes can come in a range of varieties, such as copper-nickel, silver (which was Boehm’s favoured material of choice), wood, or most memorably gold. A golden flute is often considered the last word in flutes, giving depth and carry even when played pianissimo.

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