This four-day intensive workshop
presents an opportunity for adults and young adults to participate in master classes, and join in-depth discussions about the study of flute tone, breathing and body awareness, both in flute practice and in performance. Fifteen performers are selected by taped auditions, based upon level of playing for the various sessions.
Every age and performance level (student, amateur, semi-professional, professional) is encouraged to apply. The repertoire- based workshop will focus on all aspects of practicing and performing; the movement workshop will focus on performance efficiency, and reducing stress and tensions while increasing the performers capacity for expression.
AMY PORTER, Associate Professor of Flute, University of Michigan, Former Associate Principal Flute, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, International Award-winning Soloist, Recording Artist
JERALD SCHWIEBERT, Assistant Professor of Theatre (Acting, Directing & Movement), University of Michigan
IAN CLARKE, Professor of Flute, Guildhall School of Music & Drama (UK); Award-winning composer
DAVID GILLILAND, Collaborative Pianist Wind and Percussion Instruments, University of Michigan
LAURA DWYER,Certified Yoga Instructor, Principal Flute of the Sarasota Opera Orchestra and Musica de Camara. Flute/piccolo with the Santa Fe Symphony and Opera Southwest.
For more information see our website or call (734) 936-2660
Sarah J. Rau
University of Michigan
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
1100 Baits Drive Room 1281
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2085
Phone: (734) 936-2660
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