Self-Help for Flute. by Bev Bizup of Windworks Studio in Philadelphia...

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When Fluter Scooter first asked me to draft an article for The Flute View on flute emergencies I thought it was a fantastic topic.  I also thought about how difficult it would be to cover all of the possible scenarios and to try to explain in words a problem...

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Taffanel to Toddlers: Achieving Harmony Between Family and Professional Fluting. By Janelle Barrera...

Feb 1, 2014 by

If there’s one course I wish I could have taken back in college, it would have been called: “How to balance life outside of the practice room, orchestra audition, and teaching studio.”  During those years of university protected life, I just didn’t get it.  The future was not always...

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From FluteTrance to Bellydance: Interview with Giselle Real D’Arbelles. by Fluterscooter...

Feb 1, 2014 by

While I was in Miami last month, I had the chance to catch up with my favorite Miami-based flutist, Giselle Real d’Arbelles, better known as Giselle "FluteTrance."   I followed Giselle online for awhile, and her unique style and fusion of music, art, and fashion always intrigued me, so...

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What’s Your Project? by Barbara Siesel...

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Last month I wrote about for profit and not for profit approaches to funding your musical projects, but on thinking it over I realize that it’s important to discuss how to find the musical project or business you’d like to approach.  Knowing what you want to do will help...

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Jane Rutter: Artist Interview

Feb 1, 2014 by

Can you give us 5 career highlights? Amongst so many- today these seem outstanding: • Flute soloist, Sydney Opera House 50th Gala Anniversary Celebration for Dame Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge (I was the only Flute soloist in a sea of international Operatic stars- it was very gratifying to...

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Bettine Clemen: Artist Interview...

Feb 1, 2014 by

Can you give us 5 career highlights? 1 Concert Tours with the Munich Bach Orchestra under Karl Richter to Russia, USA and Japan and performing the B Minor Mass, St. Matthew's  Passion and more all over the world 2 Being a member of the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra and First...

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Jean-Louis Beaumadier CD Review...

Feb 1, 2014 by

The album begins with Erwin Schulhoff’s I. Rondino:  Allegro giao and II. Furiant for piccolo, bass and viola which is a delightful work for this most unusual and charming trio.  It is beautifully executed by Jean-Louis Beaumadier, Pierre-Henri Xuereb, viola, and Gjorgji Cinicievski, double-bass. Next on the playlist is...

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Bart Feller CD Review

Feb 1, 2014 by

Mozart – The Flute Quartets Bart Feller & Friends Bart Feller has recorded all four of Mozart’s Flute Quartet in this lovely new CD.  He takes a fresh and unique approach to these works one that asks a listener to pay attention!!   Performing with stellar string players, Krista Bennion...

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Duo Beija-Flor CD Review

Feb 1, 2014 by

Duo Beija-Flor - MUZICA Jamilla’s Dance is a colorful piece in the Hora style with a very spicy & witty arrangement, it’s charming and humorous at the same time.  Beautiful flute playing with a gorgeous sound and expert guitar playing.  The duo consists of Marie-Noëlle Choquette, flute, and Charles...

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