Christina Jennings: Juggling Flute and Family...

May 2, 2018 by

Flutist Christina Jennings enjoys a musical career made up of diverse performing and recording, collaborations, and work guiding young musicians. In great demand as a teacher, Ms. Jennings is the director of the Panoramic Flutist and on faculty at CU Boulder and Greenwood Music Camp. What do you like...

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Rozalind MacPhail: Artist Interview...

May 2, 2018 by

Innovative Gemeinhardt Artist/Clinician, Rozalind MacPhail recently took home an ECMA for Electronic Recording of the Year and MusicNL’s Female Artist of the Year. One of the world’s leaders in flute looping and live film scoring, this classically-trained flutist blends effected flute, electronics, voice, omnichord, field recordings and silent film...

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Nicole Chamberlain: Composer Interview...

Apr 2, 2018 by

Nicole Chamberlain (b. 1977) is a composer and flutist living in Atlanta, GA. In 2010, Nicole won "Audience Favorite" at the Atlanta Opera's first 24-Hour Opera Project for her opera "Scrub-A-Dub Raw" which resulted in the the Atlanta Opera's first ever commission of the children's opera, "Rabbit Tales", which...

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Henrik Wiese: Artist Interview

Apr 2, 2018 by

Flautist Henrik Wiese is descended from a merchant's family from the city of Hamburg, but he was born in Vienna in 1971. He received his musical education from Ingrid Koch-Dörnbrak and Paul Meisen. In addition he took his degree in Indo-European and general linguistics as well as in musicology...

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Your Career Starts NOW! Interview with DMA student, Jeiran Hasan...

Feb 1, 2018 by

7 Tips to Jumpstart Your Career While in School Jeiran Hasan, DMA student at University of Iowa   In today's musical landscape, transitioning from a student to a professional real world musician can be a challenge.  But it doesn't have to be!  I had the opportunity to sit down...

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Juliette Hurel: Artist Interview...

Feb 1, 2018 by

Juliette Hurel is known in both the French and the international music world as a famous flautist. She was unanimously awarded the first prize for flute and the first prize for chamber music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris and obtained prizes in different competitions such as those in...

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The Gonjiam Flute Festival

Jan 2, 2018 by

Interview: Soohyun Paik   Can you talk about the purpose of GMF?   We are welcoming the 3rd Gonjiam Flute Festival in February 2018 at the same time the XXIII PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games will be held in Korea.   The main philosophy of Gonjiam Music Festival is making...

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Nicolas Duchamp: Artist Interview...

Jan 2, 2018 by

This past fall, I had the opportunity to interview flutist Nicolas Duchamp about his life, flute playing, and his Gaubert project. It is a wide ranging interview touching on many flutistic matters.  -Barbara Siesel   B: How did you get started on the flute?   N: I was born...

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Guilherme Andreas: Artist Interview...

Jan 2, 2018 by

Guilherme Andreas is Brazilian flutist currently studying with Professor Emily Skala at the Peabody Institute of the Jonhs Hopkins University. Prior to moving to the USA, Andreas served as principal flute with the Brazilian Marines Wind Symphony in Rio de Janeiro. He also holds degrees from James Madison University...

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Yu Yuan: Artist Interview

Dec 1, 2017 by

Yu Yuan is a student at the Conservatoire National de Musique et Danse de Paris in the class of Professor Philippe Bernold, assisted by Florence Souchard-Delépine. In 2012, he won first prize in the children's section of the inaugural China Flute Association Competition and in 2015, he was given...

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Cathi Marro: Artist Interview

Dec 1, 2017 by

Cathi Marro is a professional free-lance musician, educator and artist in Miami, FL. She specializes in flute and alto flute, playing in several ensembles ranging from classical symphony orchestras, to flute choirs, rock bands, sacred ensembles and even a performance art troupe, Kunstwaffen 1918. Daily Cat-Hi paintings are an...

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Starting a Flute Choir. By Ray-Michael Kauffman...

Nov 1, 2017 by

  What inspired you to start a flute choir?   I love playing the flute, and I love performing. I had played in flute choir ensembles growing up as well as in college and even now, in many flute choir groups I play with. I also believe that flute...

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Hélène Boulegue: Artist Interview...

Nov 1, 2017 by

Having studied under renowned masters of the French School of Flute, graduated in Germany, and played for seven years in the multicultural Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, Hélène Boulègue is a flutist born from numerous influences. This is what makes her sound color and musicality so personal. Three months after getting...

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Erica Peel: Artist Interview

Oct 1, 2017 by

A versatile flutist and piccoloist, Erica Peel enjoys an exciting career as an orchestral player, chamber musician, soloist, composer and teacher.  Piccoloist of the Philadelphia Orchestra, she is praised for her “effortless” & “authentic” performances.  Erica has held positions with the Honolulu Symphony, Omaha Symphony, San Diego Symphony, and has been...

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Audrey Emata: The Flute View Young Artist Competition Winner...

Sep 1, 2017 by

Audrey Emata, 16, debuted as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra in Verizon Hall at age 12, and has also soloed with the Allentown, Lansdowne, Ambler, Warminster, Old York Road, Delaware County, and Juilliard Pre-College orchestras; she will be performing with the Kennett Symphony at Longwood Gardens in August 2017. ...

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The Flute View Competition Winners...

Sep 1, 2017 by

  The 3rd Prize and Audience Favorite Winners of The Flute View Young Artist Competition are Joanna Kim and Jennifer Huang. Joanna Kim is a 16 year old flutist from Austin, TX. She currently studies with Jennifer Keeney. Some of her achievements are: 1st at the Donna Marie Haire, 1st...

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Freewriting the Future: Flute Blogs. By Rachel Taylor Geier...

Sep 1, 2017 by

According to the National Science Foundation, our brains produce 50,000 thoughts per day. Some of these thoughts may be individual interpretations of the world around us, and many, delivered in the proper form, may be valuable to audiences far and wide. Social media platforms have made it possible to...

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Barbara Kortmann: Artist Interview with Barbara Siesel...

Sep 1, 2017 by

Flutist Barbara Kortmann was born in Munich in 1985. She completed her studies with Andrea Lieberknecht at the Hanover University of Music, with Felix Renggli at the Music Academy of Basel in Switzerland and at the Mozarteum with Michael Martin Kofler in Austria. Her concert debut at the age of 14 at Hamburg’s...

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Yossi Arnheim: Artist Interview with Barbara Siesel...

Sep 1, 2017 by

Yossi Arnheim is Principal Flutist of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and head of the wind programs at the Jerusalem Music Centre.  He is a frequent soloist with the Israel Philharmonic and other orchestras in Israel, and has performed as soloist and recitalist in the USA, Canada, Brazil, China, Singapore, Japan,...

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Paolo Taballione: Artist Interview with Barbara Siesel...

Sep 1, 2017 by

Tell us how you came to be a musician.   My family were amateur musicians, not professional, but they all played music. At 8 I started playing the violin, and stopped after 2 years. In Italy you chose your next school at 11 and I picked a school that...

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