Amy Porter, Associate Professor of Flute, University of Michigan; former Associate Principal Flute, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; International Award-winning Soloist, Recording Artist
Carol Wincenc, Soloist, Recording artist, Professor of Flute, The Juilliard School and Stony Brook University; Member, New York Woodwind Quintet and Trio Les Amies
Tim Carey, Collaborative Pianist
Jerald Schweibert, Assistant Professor of Theatre (Acting, Directing & Movement), 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
This four-day intensive workshop presents an opportunity for adult flutists of all ages 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 chosen by taped audition and will be selected upon level of playing needed for the class selected. No limit to the number of auditors. Every age adult and performance level (student, amateur, semi-professional, professional) is encouraged to apply.
The repertoire-based workshops will focus on all aspects of practicing and performing and the movement workshops will feature Professor Schwiebert focusing on performance efficiency, reducing the stress and tension associated with performance, while increasing the student's capacity for expression.
In addition, several leading flute manufacturers will exhibit their instruments for attendees to view, test and buy!
Please purchase prior to arriving: forthcoming
AOS 2013 Schedule (PDF, 94Kb)
Performer applications: Due May 1, 2013
Participant applications: Due May 15, 2013 (no recording required)
All applicants: (All files to be uploaded to an external link upon completion of the online application.)
Performer applicants only: Performer applicants must provide repertoire options to be performed in each selected master class. Please see the online application for specific information.
Performer Application deadline - May 1, 2013
Participant/Auditor Application deadline - May 15, 2013
All Adult Workshops may be taken as a workshop for professional development enrichment without college credit, or for graduate credit (NCFD).
For more information about this workshop or any of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance Summer Workshops, please contact the office of Youth & Adult Programs:
Phone: (734) 936-2660
Please contact our office if you are interested in becoming a 2013 corporate sponsor or exhibiting at this event.
Phone: (734) 936-2660
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