September 2016 PDF Download

Sep 6, 2016 by

Download a PDF of the September 2016 issue.   Interviews with Omar Acosta, Denis Bouriakov (video interview), and our High School Soloist Competition Woodwind & Brasswind third prize winner Daniel Wang. Viviana Guzman shares some of her personal favorite moments from the 2016 National Flute Association Annual Convention. Lindsey Goodman talks about...

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Video Interview: Denis Bouriakov...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Principal Flute of Los Angeles Philharmonic, Denis Bouriakov enjoys one of the fastest growing careers in the flute world. He has won prizes in many of the most important international competitions, including the Jean-Pierre Rampal, the Munich ARD, the Prague Spring, the Carl Nielsen, and the Kobe competitions. Bouriakov is...

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Artist Interview: Omar Acosta

Sep 1, 2016 by

Omar Acosta is a versatile musician who works as a flutist, composer, and arranger. His professional affiliations include the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra Venezuela, and the Spanish National Ballet. He has been a soloist with the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra Venezuela, Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra, National Philharmonic...

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Artist Interview: Daniel Wang

Sep 1, 2016 by

Congratulations to Daniel Wang, winner of the Woodwind & Brasswind third prize in our inaugural High School Soloist Competition. We interviewed Daniel to find our more about this talented young flutist. Bio: Daniel is a junior in high school from Parsippany, NJ. His former teachers include Chia-Hsiu Wang and Judith Mendenhall. Having attended...

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Go OrGAnic for Back-to-School Success by Lindsey Goodman...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Go OrGAnic for Back-to-School Success:  Get Organized, Set Goals, and Stay Accountable   Lindsey Goodman, known for her “generous warmth of tone and a fluid virtuosity” (Charleston Gazette), is principal flutist of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, solo flutist of the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, adjunct lecturer at West...

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NFA Highlights by Viviana Guzman...

Sep 1, 2016 by

NFA Overview Usually all of us at The Flute View Magazine write a little summary of the various concerts we attend at the National Flute Association Convention.  This year, Fluterscooter and I were the only ones able to go to NFA in San Diego, and since she was kept...

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School Year Resolutions by Alice K. Dade...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Alice K. Dade is an award winner of the Olga Koussevitsky Wind Competition of the Musicians Club of New York and The New York Flute Club Competition. She can be heard performing Principal Flute with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra on the Deutsche Grammophon label with Bryn Terfel as...

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Going Back to Flute School….10 years later by Angelina Panozzo...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Angelina Panozzo is a jack of all trades, and a master of Netflix and video games.   A self-described Creative, she works as a musician and a professional crafter. She's currently making a journey back into music after a long absence, and can't wait to learn more.   For...

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Summer Festival Reflection: Performing vs. Working by Ty Gable...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Ty Gable is a senior Flute Performance major at the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia.   At Columbus State, Ty is the flute instructor through the Schwob School of Music Preparatory Division as well as the Assistant Director of the Conservatory Flute Choir....

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Technology, Tips, and Cell Phone Apps for the Traveling Flutist by Christine Gustafson...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Christine Gustafson is Professor of Flute at East Carolina University, where she is a member of the Duo St. Caecilia with guitar colleague Elliot Frank, and the Coastal Winds Quintet.   She loves to play and to travel. Dr. Gustafson has performed as a guest artist and has given masterclasses...

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My 20 Year Anniversary of Starting School by Rachel Hacker...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Having attended school for the last 20 years of my life, this is the first September that I have not begun another academic year. I can still vaguely recall my first day of formal education, in preschool, at four years old. My mother took a photo of me that...

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Writing About Music: Program Notes by Amanda Cook...

Sep 1, 2016 by

Back to school for music students and music teachers alike is an exciting time: reconnecting with friends and colleagues, new classes, new faces, getting back into a predictable daily schedule, and—perhaps most importantly—getting some serious face time with your flute! One thing that often comes with the start of...

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