SAN DIEGO'S PREMIER FLUTE ORGANIZATION
Spend the day at our Spring Flute Festival, flute fun for all ages!
Our festival has been attended for decades at various locations throughout San Diego. Each year, we host fabulous guest artists, classes, flute choirs and a variety of competitions to suit all flutists.
Our 2018 festival will be held on Sunday, April 29th, 2018 at Point Loma Nazarene University, and will include vendors, competitions, FUNdraisers, exciting concerts and classes featuring a fantastic guest artist, to be announced soon!
It is our desire to serve the SDFG membership and provide the best possible festival for everyone. It can’t be done without our capable board and other volunteers. Please let us know if you are interested in assisting us with the 2018 Spring Festival. We have about 50 jobs to fill, and each volunteer shift is only about an hour or two!
Below are several links to assist you in your registration process. Most registration deadlines are March 25th, 2018, but be sure to check the registration page for exact deadlines. Please be sure that you are an active member before registering to compete. You may check the status of your registration by logging in to this site.
If you are planning on attending the festival, and not competing, please register here. There is a discount for those who are members. If you are planning on exhibiting at this event, you will register here as well.
If you are planning on competing in one of the many competitions, you will register here. Please be sure to have all of your competition information handy before beginning your registration. You will need the details on the pieces you will perform, your accompanist's information, and your teacher's contact information. All competitions (except the Young Artist Competition) will take place on Sunday, April 29th, 2018.
If you are interested in performing for our Guest Artist at the festival Masterclass, please submit your request to perform here. More details on the masterclass are also posted on this registration page.
If you are planning to compete in our Young Artist Competition, please click below. Please note the early recorded round deadline. The Final Round of the YAC will take place on Saturday, April 28th, 2018. The Winners' Recital for the Young Artist Competition will take place on Sunday April 29th, 2018.
If you are competing in the festival competitions, and you would like to be considered to perform on the Winners' Recital on Sunday, May 6th, please be sure to check the event page for more details; and be sure to check your email frequently between April 29th and May 2nd for recital information. It will be a quick turn around to plan this recital, so be ready!
7:30 am Foyer Registration Desk Opens
8:30 am Various Rooms Competitions Begin
8:00 – 4:00 Band Room #118 Visit the Exhibits, Raffle Prizes
8:30 – 9:15 Crill Hall Morning Warm Up
11:00 – 11:45 Crill Hall Young Artist Winners Recital
Featuring the winners of the 2018 Young Artist Solo Competition
12:00 – 1:00 Nicholson Commons Lunch Hour
Lunch is available at the PLNU Dining hall. For more information on lunch, please click here.
12:00 – 12:45 Crill Hall FUNdraisers!
With board members of SDFG Fun For All Ages! Bring Your Flute! $2.00 entry fee each try.
Long Note / Loud Note / Beat the Pro / 2 Guys, 1 Flute !
1:00 – 2:30 Crill Hall Guest Artist Masterclass with Carol Wincenc
3:00 – 3:45 Crill Hall Flute Choir Performance
4:00 – 5:00 Crill Hall Guest Artist Recital with Carol Wincenc
5:00 – 5:30 Crill Hall Awards Ceremony
All participants will receive their medals, ribbons and certificates, and there will be a raffle drawing for amazing prizes!
Below is a map of the Cooper Music Center at Point Loma Nazarene. Building and campus maps will also be provided in your program booklet.
For a campus map and parking details, please click here.
Our spring festival registration was a huge success. Over 300 people attended competitions and events throughout the day, and everyone did a great job! Congratulations to the competitors! Below, you will see all of the Gold Medal winners for each festival division, as well as the winners of the divisions with 1st through 3rd place prizes. If you do not see your division listed, there were no gold medalists.
|Kevin L. Li|
|Michelle Grace Liu|
|Emily Patricia Harrington|
|1st Place||Isabelle Jamois|
|2nd Place||Ruth Dunlop|
|3rd Place||Bridgette Shroll|
|Honorable Mention||Kathleen Herb|
|1st Place||Lionel Avila|
|2nd Place||Christine Choi|
|3rd Place||Danielle Guilmette|
|Honorable Mention||Michelle Grace Liu|
|Honorable Mention||Anahita Pestonjamasp|
|1st Place||Erica Wang|
|2nd Place||Min Wang|
|3rd Place||Megan Payne|
|Honorable Mention||Grace L. Li|
|Honorable Mention||Jiyoung Park|
|1st Place||Gabriela Beltran|
|2nd Place||Elisha Tan|
|3rd Place||Helen Zhu|
|Honorable Mention||Emma Li|
|Honorable Mention||Nathan Haghgoo|
|1st Place||Lorenzo Van Munoz|
|2nd Place||Amy Liu|
|3rd Place||Ann Kuo|
|Honorable Mention||Jenny Choi|
|Honorable Mention||Jennifer Joy Levy|
|1st Place||Jeiran Hasan|
|2nd Place||Elyse Davis|
|3rd Place||Tracy Goodwin|
|Honorable Mention||Kah Yun Song|