Combining the best parts of in-person and online events, the Spring Festival is back and better than ever!
Join us April 22-23, 2023 for a weekend of workshops, masterclasses, competitions, performances, and so much more!
The 2023 Spring Festival will take place in-person and online. Select events will be live-streamed so you can tune in from around the world and learn from our fantastic presenters and guest artists at the same time as our in-person attendees.
This year's guest artist is internationally acclaimed flutist Allison Loggins-Hull!
Click the buttons below to learn more about Allison Loggins-Hull, presenter proposals, and competitions. More details about location, parking, and specific events will be shared in March.
We look forward to seeing you in April!
Photo by Rafael Rios
Allison Loggins-Hull is a flutist, composer, and producer whose work defies classification. She has been associated with acts across the spectrum of music including Flutronix, LA Phil, Lizzo, Imani Winds, Re-Collective Orchestra, Alicia Hall Moran and Jason Moran. Her music is often resonant with social and political themes of the current moment, encompassing motherhood, Blackness, and cultural identity.
In 2022-23 Loggins-Hull begins a three-year tenure as the Lewis Composer Fellow with the Cleveland Orchestra. This season will culminate in the world premiere of Can You See? in a new version for full orchestra. The season includes a premiere almost every month, including works for acclaimed chamber ensemble yMusic at Carnegie Hall; a collaborative song cycle with Toshi Reagon for Alarm Will Sound at the University of Maryland; a new work for Ensemble Cygnus; and with ETHEL, she performs the world premiere of Persist for flute, string quartet, and electronics at the Brooklyn Public Library.
Also in 2022-23 Loggins-Hull tours with Flutronix and Third Coast Percussion and at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, for Alicia Hall Moran and Jason Moran’s vaunted Two Wings: The Music of Black America in Migration. Loggins-Hull currently lives in Montclair with her family.