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The Flutist's Crowdfunding Primer

My new article for The Flute Examiner, "The Flutist's Crowdfunding Primer", is now online! Based on my experience crowdfunding my solo album returning to heights unseen, I share everything I learned about running a successful crowdfunding campaign to help others finance their dream projects. "Thanks to the incredible outpouring of support from family, friends, colleagues, fans, and the flute and new music communities, I’ve never felt more supported as an artist, and the resulting album is returning to heights unseen, which features eight new works for flute and electronics and will be released by PARMA Recordings on May 11th." Crowdfunding (noun): A scary word combining two of musicians’ lea

Album release concerts

My new album returning to heights unseen, releases Friday, May 11th on the Navona label of PARMA Recordings, distributed by Naxos of America. The disc features commissioned works by Roger Dannenberg, David Stock, Tony Zilincik, Elainie Lillios, Linda Kernohan, Randall Woolf, Roger Zahab, and Judith Shatin, so stay tuned for more information in May about how to get your copy! To celebrate, I perform two album release concerts: a preview recital at Capital University in Bexley, Ohio on Thursday, April 19th at 7:00 pm, and a release party presented by Music on the Edge at Frick Fine Artsin Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Saturday, May 12th at 8:00 pm. The April performance features works by Roger D

Capital University Flute Chamber Concert

My semester as acting professor of flute at Capital University in Bexley, Ohio concludes with a flute chamber music concert on Wednesday, April 18th at 6:00 pm. This free concert in Huntington Recital Hall features the Flute Choir performing Roden Elegance, Debussy (arr. Dorsey) Second Arabesque, Stanford (arr. Sprankel) Beati Quorum Via, Mozart (arr. McWayne) Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, and Clarke Zig Zag Zoo, the Brilliante Flute Quintet's interpretation of Frederick Flugge Jazz Fantasy, and chamber music for flute and harp by Fauré, flute and clarinet by Coboflupi, and flute and tuba by Miles. It has been a privilege teaching lessons and conducting ensembles for these music performance, educa


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