Welcome to The Flute View!

May 1, 2013 by

The Flute View is a fresh new approach to everything relevant to flute today. In this rapidly changing music world, our exclusive online magazine covers flutists who are carving their own career paths, marketing yourself as an artist, entrepreneurship, new music and technology, health and wellness, and anything that...

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January 2017 PDF Download

Jan 7, 2017 by

Download the January 2017 PDF here The January issue contains New Year's Flute Resolutions, interviews from the flute studios of Alice K. Dade and Naomi Seidman, Touring Tips, Trevor Wye's History of the Flute, and Barbara Siesel's monthly Entrepreneurship column, "Can Women Break the Glass Ceiling?" Happy New...

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New Year’s Resolutions from The Flute View and Friends...

Jan 2, 2017 by

The beginning of each new year brings the promise of a fresh start and an opportunity to put new practices in place. Whether these desired changes are personal or professional, it can be a beneficial process to set new goals and see them through.   Here, the members of...

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University of Missouri Flute Studio Interviews...

Jan 2, 2017 by

As part of our ongoing series of interviews with college flute studios across the United States, we interviewed Alice K. Dade, Assistant Professor of Flute at University of Missouri, and her students:   Ryan Koesterer, Breanna McCaughey, Kelariz Keshavarz, Gina Finazzo, and Karen Sanders.   We asked them about their passions, goals,...

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Penn State University Flute Studio Interviews...

Jan 2, 2017 by

As part of our ongoing series of interviews with college flute studios across the United States, we interviewed Naomi Seidman, Assistant Professor of Flute at Penn State University, and her students:   Amelia Amaya, Brooke Venturella, Faith Galbraith, Jessalyn Peterson, Jessica Sensenig, Jessica Smith, Jordana Schaeffer, Kathleen Holman, Kate...

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6 Travel Tips for the Touring Musician by Viviana Guzman...

Jan 2, 2017 by

Chilean-born flutist, Viviana Guzmán performs over 80 concerts a year throughout the world. Her latest album “Traveling Sonata” received a Grammy Nomination. She has been featured on programs for PBS, NBC, and NPR, seen on the cover of Latina Style Magazine, and in COSMOPOLITAN en Español and has played...

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Is There a Glass Ceiling for Woman Musicians? By Barbara Siesel...

Jan 2, 2017 by

It’s January and a new president is about to be inaugurated and the glass ceiling didn’t crack – we won’t have a female president yet. I thought this might be a good time to consider the glass ceiling for woman in the field of music.   Is there a...

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A History of the Flute by Trevor Wye...

Jan 2, 2017 by

Trevor Wye studied the flute privately both with Geoffrey Gilbert and the celebrated Marcel Moyse. He was a freelance orchestral and chamber music player on the London scene for many years and has made several solo recordings, notably on his specialist instrument, the flute d'amour, which he reintroduced in...

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Arnone and McTeer REACT Album Review...

Jan 2, 2017 by

Flutist Francesca Arnone and violinist Mikylah McTeer teamed up to release an innovative and dynamic recording entitled REACT. McTeer and Arnone perform diverse electroacoustic pieces on their first collaborative album REACT, released on Ravello Records. The works on this album successfully demonstrate the range of potential for electroacoustic music to...

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Jan Vinci American FluteScape Album Review...

Jan 2, 2017 by

As the title suggests Jan Vinci’s new CD is a combination of classic 20th century flute compositions as well as several premieres and 21st century works.  This beautiful album introduces us to two new pieces by Vinci’s husband Jazz saxophonist and composer Mark Vinci (Crow’s Nest and TINGsha Bom t-Bom t-Bom) as...

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December 2016 PDF Download

Dec 5, 2016 by

Download the December 2016 PDF here.   The December 2016 issue of The Flute View is now live!   This month's articles include: Exclusive video interview with Berlin Philharmonic principal flutist Emmanuel Pahud!! Check out the blog section of our website for the video. Sound Healing Interviews with Suzanne Teng, Wouter Kellerman, Bodhi...

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Emmanuel Pahud Video Interview

Dec 1, 2016 by

Emmanuel Pahud attended the Conservatoire de Paris (Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris) in France, studying with Michel Debost, Alain Marion, Pierre Artaud, and Christian Larde. Whilst studying, he won two major competitions, one in Duino 1988 and the other in Kobe in 1989. In 1988, Emmanuel also...

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Sound Healing: Wouter Kellerman Interview...

Dec 1, 2016 by

Wouter Kellerman is a Grammy Award-winning South African flautist, producer and composer. Using his classical training as a foundation, Kellerman has focused his attention on World and Roots music, exploring the versatility of the instrument and fusing classical and contemporary sounds. A true crossover artist, Kellerman thrives on experimenting with the...

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Sound Healing: Suzanne Teng Interview...

Dec 1, 2016 by

Suzanne Teng, M. Mus. is a flutist, recording artist, composer, and teacher originally from Berkeley, California.  She received her master’s degree in music from Boston University’s School for the Arts and after traveling adventures across the globe, furthered her graduate studies at UCLA’s Department of Ethnomusicology where she completed...

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Sound Healing: Bodhi Setchko Interview...

Dec 1, 2016 by

Bodhi Setchko is a multi-talented shamanic flute healer, songwriter, composer, recording artist,producer, teacher & professional band leader. He has been performing and providing music for special events, weddings, workshops and church services for over 25 years, has produced 9 albums of original music and is the founder of 2...

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