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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August 2016 PDF Download

Aug 5, 2016 by

Download a PDF version of the August 2016 Special NFA issue.   Interviews with Daniel Dorff, Adrianne Greenbaum, finalists from the NFA Arts Venture Competition, and our High School Soloist Competition second prize winner Arin Sarkissian.   NFA Previews of things we are looking forward to including: Rebecca Kleinmann on the...

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The August 2016 Issue is Now Live!...

Aug 1, 2016 by

The August 2016 issue of The Flute View is now live! This month's articles include:   Interviews with Daniel Dorff, Adrianne Greenbaum, finalists from the NFA Arts Venture Competition, and our High School Soloist Competition second prize winner Arin Sarkissian.   NFA Previews of things we are looking forward to including:...

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Artist Interview: Arin Sarkissian...

Aug 1, 2016 by

Congratulations to Arin Sarkissian, winner of the The Flute Center of New York 2nd Prize and the The Miyazawa Audience Favorite (the most "likes" on YouTube) Prize in our inaugural High School Soloist Competition. We interviewed Arin to find our more about this talented young flutist.   Bio: Arin Sarkissian, 17, is a rising senior at...

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Interview: NFA Arts Venture Competition Finalists...

Aug 1, 2016 by

The National Flute Association is holding their biennial Arts Venture Competition this August in San Diego.  NFA says: “The competition seeks projects that approach performance and education in a new way (often through collaboration with communities or other genres or media)….. Examples of projects that are well suited for...

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Artist Interview: Daniel Dorff

Aug 1, 2016 by

Daniel Dorff's music for flute and piccolo has entered the standard repertoire and is frequently performed and recorded worldwide. He received degrees in composition from Cornell and University of Pennsylvania; teachers included George Crumb, George Rochberg, Karel Husa, Henry Brant, Ralph Shapey, Elie Siegmeister, and Richard Wernick. He is VP of...

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Artist Interview: Adrianne Greenbaum...

Aug 1, 2016 by

Flutist Adrianne Greenbaum’s career as orchestral and chamber musician, teacher,/professor/mentor, and published composer and arranger spans nearly five decades. Professor of Music at Mount Holyoke College, she is sought after as a performer and teacher for diverse audiences and enjoys teaching children as well as adults.  She is the leading pioneer...

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Roles of the Flute in Brazilian and Flamenco Genres by Rebecca Kleinmann...

Aug 1, 2016 by

Rebecca Kleinmann will be touring Southern California with Brazilian Guitarist, Fabiano Nascimento and her Quartet featuring Spanish-born Jazz pianist Alex Conde this August.   Friday August 12th, 7:30 - 9:30 pm, Dizzy's San Diego : 4275 Mission Bay Drive at Rosewood Street, Pacific Beach, CA  Sunday, August 14th, 6:30pm, SOhO : 1221 State St. Santa Barbara, CA  Monday,...

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Electrified Flute at NFA by Sarah Jane Hargis...

Aug 1, 2016 by

Sarah Jane Hargis is a nationally acclaimed performing artist in the repertoire of classical, modern and improvisational musics.   She has been teaching flute as a university professor/lecturer, private instructor and guest lecturer in schools and universities around the U.S. for close to twenty years.     Sarah Jane...

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Far Cry Flutes at NFA by Elsa Nilsson...

Aug 1, 2016 by

Weissman/McKenna artist Elsa Nilsson’s music is profoundly playful and widely influenced. She believes the beauty of music is how it transcends cultural boundaries, and she accentuates this in her compositions by mixing cultural elements to create a sound that is distinctly her own. Nilsson has built a solid career...

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