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Upcoming events

    • Saturday, March 06, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PST)
    • Discord: First Saturday
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    How the flute is held is less than ideal, often causing more tension in one side of the body or in specific areas of the body. This class will go over ways to find more symmetry and learn how imbalance can create unwanted tension affecting our structure, breath and movement. In addition, we will go over some stretches to help restore balance after practicing.

    Jill Burlingame Tsekouras is a flutist, certified Alexander Technique teacher, and certified yoga instructor. She teaches the Alexander Technique in Glen Ellyn in the western suburbs of Chicago. Her private teaching studio consists mainly of musicians, dancers, and actors, but she works with all interested in the Technique. She has been on the faculty at Roosevelt University since 2008 and at Wheaton College since 2014 teaching Alexander Technique to musicians. She certified with Joan and Alex Murray at the Urbana Center for the Alexander Technique and holds degrees in Music Education from Wheaton College and Flute Performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

    • Saturday, March 20, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom (link emailed to registrants 24 hours before event)
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    Colo(u)r & Emotion is an approach on performing to juries and panels and how using these approaches can actually improve our concert performances and artistry at the same time.

    Gareth McLearnon is an internationally renowned and multi-award-winning flutist, composer, arranger and educator who travels the globe every year leading a diverse, innovative, creative and exciting musical career. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, he attended the Guildhall School of Music & Drama from 1999-2003 and is currently based in London. 

    The San Diego Flute Guild is thrilled to partner with Wm S. Haynes flutes for this wonderful class! This is open to members and non-members. 

    This interactive class will be held in Zoom (link sent out to registrants 24-48 hours before the session). 

    Gareth’s professional career started early - playing his first professional orchestral concerts aged 17. At 19 he began to play professionally in London's West End theatres, and in the same year was also invited to record a track for the CD ‘Songs for Alexander’ with the World famous flutist Sir James Galway and harpist Marisa Robles. Following his graduation in 2003, he was awarded the prestigious Ian Fleming Award from the Musicians Benevolent Fund and a Countess of Munster Musical Trust Award. After a year of postgraduate study, he won a principal flute position in Southbank Sinfonia for their 2005 season. 

    As a performer, Gareth is in demand as a soloist, recording artist, orchestral and chamber musician. He has given many hundreds of performances across six continents, and has led masterclasses and education events for thousands of flute players of all ages and abilities. In recent years his engagements have included masterclasses in the USA at Yale University  Manhattan School of Music and Boston Flute Academy ; in Europe at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama; University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna; The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland;  The Norwegian Academy of Music; Swedish Royal College of Music; Royal Danish Academy of Music; Zagreb Academy of Music; Ljublana Conservatory;  Flutewise Academies; The Gnessin School & Gnessin Academy of Music, and Central School of Music in Moscow; Jerusalem Music Centre in Israel; in South America at the Campos do Jordao Festival in Sao Paulo, and in Asia at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Taishan International Music Camp in Dalian; St John’s University, Taipei; and the Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan. He has given masterclasses and performances at the British, Australian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Finnish, Swiss, Adams, Hungarian and Sir James Galway Flute Festivals; and has performed and presented at a total of five NFA Conventions in the USA, as well as given concerts and masterclasses in France, Norway, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Ireland, Kenya, Monaco, China, UAE, Taiwan, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Denmark and Iceland.

    In June 2013 Gareth was appointed as a Flute Professor at the Yuri Bashmet International Music Academy in Samara, Russia. Since then, further engagements all over Russia have followed on from this academy position including numerous masterclass and concert tours to Moscow, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Sochi, Kazan, Yaroslavl, Rostov-on-Don, Zhoukovskiy, Khabarovsk, Yakutsk, Vidnoye, Vologda, Voronezh, Tyumen and Tollyatti; including several soloist and concerto performances with the world-renowned Moscow Soloists conducted by Maestro Yuri Bashmet himself.

    Gareth has been Principal Flute of the critically acclaimed Heritage Orchestra since 2009 - playing concerts all over the UK, Europe & The Middle East including concerts and tours with Tim Minchin; Antony & The Johnsons; Sparks; Jane Birkin; Ben Folds; Goldie; Seu Jorge; Tim Exile; Ibiza Classics; BBC Proms performances with Jamie Cullum in 2010, Pete Tong in 2015 and the Scott Walker Prom in 2017. His other freelance orchestral work includes concerts and/or recording sessions with the London Symphony Orchestra, London Contemporary Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, English Session Orchestra and Orchestra of St John’s. 

    Frequently in the Recording Studio - Gareth has recorded both as a soloist, chamber musician and in orchestra in Abbey Road, Air Studios, Angel, Eastcote, Kore, Fish Market and Retreat Studios for many TV, Motion Picture & Computer Game soundtracks, as well as for General Release Albums and Library Music; including as a soloist for the award-winning score for Sony’s Horizon Zero Dawn, and as guest artist with the world renowned a cappella ensemble Voces8 - recording two tracks for their 2019 DECCA Classics Album “Enchanted Isle”. 

    As a composer - his numerous works for flute ensemble have been performed all around the world including in such prestigious venues as the Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall in London, The Rachmaninoff Hall in Moscow, and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. His arrangements for flute and piano were first published by Theodore Presser in his 2008 collection of Irish Melodies “Round Ireland with a Flute” - and he has also been published by Trinity Guildhall Examinations in their “Musical Moments” series of graded repertoire for flute, clarinet and saxophone.

    Gareth is extremely proud to be the European Artist-in-Residence for Wm. S. Haynes Co. and is a Haynes Artist - playing on a beautiful custom made solid 14K gold Haynes flute #54321.

    • Saturday, March 27, 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Discord
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    Register and submit your video by March 20th to be included in the concert!

    • $10 per ensemble
    • At least 1 ensemble member must be an SDFG member
    • Mixed instrumentation welcome (but please, at least 1 flute)
    • Please keep your performance to 8 minutes or less
    • Thursday, April 01, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • Online
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    The San Diego Flute Guild invites you to compete in our highly esteemed Young Artist Competition.

    COMPETITION DATES

    Round
     Date
    Preliminary Recorded Round Deadline
    Thursday, April 1st, 2021

    Final Video Recorded Round Deadline

    Monday, May 1, 2021
    Winners' Recital
    Sunday, May 23, 2021

    Cash Prizes

    First Place Prize: $1500

    Second Place Prize: $750
    Third Place Prize: $500

    Entry Fees, Eligibility, Requirements, & Obligations

    • The SDFG Young Artist Competition is open to flutists age 18-30 (as of May 22nd, 2021).
    • Entry Fee: $55 (does not include SDFG Membership Fee, and is non-refundable*).
    • *All entrants must be members of the San Diego Flute Guild (may join with entry).
    • First Place Prize Winners from previous years are not eligible.
    • Finalists must be available to perform live for the adjudication panel on Saturday, May 22, 2021.
    • First, Second, and Third Place Prize Winners must also be available to perform on Sunday, May 23, 2021 at the San Diego Flute Guild Spring Festival Winners’ Recital.
    • Entrants currently enrolled in an undergraduate program who are not finalists for the Young Artist Competition may register for the Collegiate Artist Competition at no additional fee. 

    Registration & Deadlines

    Before you can register, you must first create an account and become a SDFG member. 

    • Complete the online membership and registration forms, and email your recordings and headshot by the April 1, 2021 (midnight PST) deadline to sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com
    • Six Finalists and two Alternates will be chosen, and all competitors will be notified by April 15, 2021 with results.
    • Finalists are required to submit a completed Confirmation of Intent and Agreement to Terms and Conditions by April 20, 2021 (midnight PDT) via email.

    Failure to meet any of the above deadlines may result in forfeiture of your Finalist position.

    Preliminary RECORDED Round Repertoire

    Entrants are to submit an audio recording of the following compulsory pieces:

    A. Piazzolla - Tango Étude No. 2 pour flûte solo, with repeat (Lemoine)


    and


    J.S. Bach - Partita in A minor for Solo Flute, III. Sarabande & IV.  Bourreé Angloise, with repeats (Bärenreiter)


    Final Round Repertoire & Program

    If selected to perform in the live final round, contestants will play both recorded round selections as listed above, plus the choice of *one* of the following pieces (in its entirety) to perform live:     

    V. Coleman - Danza de la Mariposa for solo Flute (Presser)

    or

    L. A-Ahmad - Two Skazkas for solo Flute (Presser)

    or

    S. Karg-Elert - Sonata Appassionata (Zimmermann)

    HEADSHOT & RECORDING REQUIREMENTS

    Headshots and recordings should be submitted via email to Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, (sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com), no later than April 1st, 2021 (midnight PST).

    Headshots:

    • Please send your photo as a square, high resolution, black and white .jpg file. 
    • Please use your first and last name as the file name. (i.e. Sally.Smith.jpg)

    Preliminary Recordings:

    • Recordings must be in mp3/m4a/wav/aiff audio format (no videos will be accepted as this is an anonymous round). 
    • For identification purposes, name your files as your first initial and last name followed by the composer’s name (i.e. S.Smith.Bach.mp3)
    • Please do not talk or identify yourself in any way on your submitted recordings.
    • The two pieces must be submitted as one audio file each. The movements of the Bach may be submitted as one or two separate tracks. 
    • Recordings must be complete and unedited (recording breaks between movements are acceptable).

    Note: All recorded files will be coded and numbered for anonymity before being submitted to the Preliminary Recorded Round adjudication panel.

    Final Round Recordings:

    Video recordings should be submitted via email to Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, (sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com), no later than May 1st, 2021 (midnight PST).

    • Finalists must submit an unlisted YouTube recording link. 
    • Video recordings must be complete, unedited, and from a single camera. The video recording should include the entire program (recital style). 
    • Please do not talk or identify yourself in any way on your submitted recording.
    • These videos should not be shared on social media. 
    • If selected as prize winner, a portion of your video will be used for the virtual Winners' Recital. 
    Should you have any questions or require further information, feel free to contact Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, at sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com.
    • Saturday, April 03, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (PDT)
    • Discord: First Saturday
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    An Alexander Technique perspective on finding freedom in breathing. We will take some of the mystery out of how the breathing process work, maybe even deflate some often mistaught ideas about breathing! The class will also be an introduction to the “whispered ah” which takes the focus off the inhale, which we will apply to long tones.

    Jill Burlingame Tsekouras is a flutist, certified Alexander Technique teacher, and certified yoga instructor. She teaches the Alexander Technique in Glen Ellyn in the western suburbs of Chicago. Her private teaching studio consists mainly of musicians, dancers, and actors, but she works with all interested in the Technique. She has been on the faculty at Roosevelt University since 2008 and at Wheaton College since 2014 teaching Alexander Technique to musicians. She certified with Joan and Alex Murray at the Urbana Center for the Alexander Technique and holds degrees in Music Education from Wheaton College and Flute Performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

    • Thursday, April 15, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • Online
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    The San Diego Flute Guild invites you to compete in our new Collegiate Artist Competition.

    COMPETITION DATES

    Round
     Date
    Preliminary Recorded Round Deadline
    Thursday, April 15, 2021

    Final Video Recorded Round Deadline

    Monday, May 10, 2021
    Winners' Recital
    To Be Announced

    Cash Prizes

    First Place Prize: $500
    Second Place Prize: $200

    Third Place Prize: $100

    Entry Fees, Eligibility, Requirements, & Obligations

    • The SDFG Collegiate Competition is open to flutists enrolled in a undergraduate program at a college, university, or conservatory for the 2020-21 academic year. 

    • Entry Fee: $45 (does not include SDFG Membership Fee, and is non-refundable*).
    • *All entrants must be members of the San Diego Flute Guild (may join with entry).
    • A Winners' Recital featuring the finalists of the Collegiate Artist Competition will be held at a later date. 

    Registration & Deadlines

    Before you can register, you must first create an account and become a SDFG member. 

    • Complete the online membership and registration forms, and email your recordings and headshot by the April 15, 2021 (midnight PST) deadline to sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com
    • Six Finalists and two Alternates will be chosen, and all competitors will be notified by May 1, 2021 with results.
    • Finalists are required to submit a completed Confirmation of Intent and Agreement to Terms and Conditions by May 10, 2021 (midnight PDT) via email, along with their video recording link. 

    Failure to meet any of the above deadlines may result in forfeiture of your Finalist position.

    Preliminary RECORDED Round Repertoire

    Entrants are to submit an audio recording of the following compulsory piece:

    J.S. Bach - Partita for solo Flute, III. Sarabande & IV. Bourreé Angloise, with repeats (Bärenreiter)


    Final Round Repertoire & Program

    Finalists are to submit a video recording of the following pieces:

    J.S. Bach - Partita for solo Flute, III. Sarabande & IV. Bourreé Angloise, all repeats (Bärenreiter)

    Plus the choice of *one* of the following pieces:

    V. Coleman - Danza de la Mariposa for solo Flute (Presser)

    or 

    S. Karg-Elert - Sonata Appassionata (Zimmermann)

    or

    L. Liebermann - Eight Pieces, Op. 59: Ophelia, Etude, Forgotten Waltz, Etude, Hongroise, Cypher, Fanfares, March (Presser)

    All movements must be performed on C flute and in the order listed.

    or

    A. Piazzolla - Tango Étude No. 2 pour flûte solo, with repeat (Lemoine)

    Preliminary RECORDING REQUIREMENTS

    Audio recordings should be submitted via email to Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, (sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com), no later than April 15th, 2021 (midnight PST).

    • Recordings must be in mp3/m4a/wav/aiff audio format (no videos will be accepted as this is an anonymous round). 
    • For identification purposes, name your files as your first initial and last name (i.e. S.Smith.mp3)
    • Please do not talk or identify yourself in any way on your submitted recording.
    • The two movements may be submitted as one audio file or two separate files. 
    • Recordings must be complete and unedited (recording breaks between movements are acceptable).

    Note: All recorded files will be coded and numbered for anonymity before being submitted to the Preliminary Recorded Round adjudication panel.

    Final Round RECORDING REQUIREMENTS

    Video recordings should be submitted via email to Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, (sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com), no later than May 10th, 2021 (midnight PST).

    • Finalists must submit an unlisted YouTube recording link. 
    • Video recordings must be complete, unedited, and from a single camera. The video recording should include the entire program (recital style). 
    • Please do not talk or identify yourself in any way on your submitted recording.
    • These videos should not be shared on social media. 
    • If selected as prize winner, a portion of your video will be used for the virtual Winners' Recital. 
    Should you have any questions or require further information, feel free to contact Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, at sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com.
    • Thursday, April 15, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • Online
    Register

    The San Diego Flute Guild invites you to compete in one of our three Youth Artist Competitions. 

    COMPETITION DATES

    Round
     Date
    Preliminary Recorded Round Deadline
    Thursday, April 15, 2021

    Final Video Recorded Round Deadline

    Monday, May 10, 2021
    Winners' Recital
    To Be Announced

    CASH PRIZES

     Competition  Grade Level  Prize (1st, 2nd, 3rd)
     Youth Artist Senior  Through 12th Grade  $300, $200, $150

     Youth Artist Junior

     Through 9th Grade

     $200, $150, $100

     Youth Artist Elementary

     Through 6th Grade

     $150, $100, $50


    ENTRY FEES, ELIGIBILITY, REQUIREMENTS, & OBLIGATIONS

    • The Youth Artist Competitions are open to students through and including 12th grade. 
    • Entry Fee: $50 (does not include SDFG Membership Fee, and is non-refundable*). If also registering for a Specialty Division, the entry fee for that Specialty Division is an additional $25. 
    • All entrants must be members of the San Diego Flute Guild (may join with entry).
    • Each Youth Artist division will have a preliminary recorded round. Six finalists will be chosen from the Preliminary Recorded Round to compete as finalists in the video recording final round. 
    • In the final round, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes and Honorable Mention(s) will be awarded per the judges’ discretion. There are no ties. Judges' decisions are final. 
    • Youth Artist Competition Finalists MAY NOT also compete in a Festival Division, however they may compete in the Specialty Divisions. Non-finalists are encouraged to register and participate in the applicable Festival Division for no additional fee.
    • Previous 1st prize winners are not eligible to compete in the same division in following years. 

    REGISTRATION & DEADLINES

    Before you can register, you must first create an account and become a SDFG member. 

    • Complete the online membership and registration forms, and email your recording(s) by the April 15, 2021 (midnight PST) deadline to sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com
    • Six Finalists and two Alternates will be chosen, and all competitors will be notified by May 1, 2021 with results.
    • Finalists are required to submit a completed Confirmation of Intent and Agreement to Terms and Conditions by May 10, 2021 (midnight PDT) via email, along with their video recording link. 

    Failure to meet any of the above deadlines may result in forfeiture of your Finalist position.

    Full preliminary and final round Repertoire requirements are available on this page

    Preliminary RECORDING REQUIREMENTS

    Preliminary recordings should be submitted via email to Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, (sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com), no later than April 15th, 2021 (midnight PST).

    • Recordings must be in mp3/m4a/wav/aiff audio format (no videos will be accepted as this is an anonymous round). 
    • For identification purposes, name your files as your first initial, last name, and composer name (i.e. S.Smith.Telemann.mp3)
    • Please do not talk or identify yourself in any way on your submitted recording.
    • Each piece must be submitted as a separate audio file. Multiple movements of the same piece must be submitted as a single audio file.  
    • Recordings must be complete and unedited (recording breaks between movements are acceptable).

    Note: All recorded files will be coded and numbered for anonymity before being submitted to the Preliminary Recorded Round adjudication panel.

    FINAL ROUND RECORDING REQUIREMENTS

    Video recordings should be submitted via email to Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, (sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com), no later than May 10th, 2021 (midnight PST).

    • Finalists must submit an unlisted YouTube recording link. 
    • Video recordings must be complete, unedited, and from a single camera. The video recording should include the entire program (recital style). 
    • Please do not talk or identify yourself in any way on your submitted recording.
    • These videos should not be shared on social media. 
    • If selected as prize winner, a portion of your video will be used for the virtual Winners' Recital. 

    Should you have any questions or require further information, feel free to contact Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, at sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com.

    • Saturday, May 08, 2021
    • (PDT)
    • Online
    Register

    The San Diego Flute Guild invites you to register for one of our festival or specialty divisions! This year, we have 10 festival (non-competitive) divisions, a piccolo division (non-competitive), and orchestra excerpt division (competitive). Festival and Specialty Division competitions will be held in a virtual, recorded format in 2021. 

    If you are only registering for Festival and/or Specialty Divisions, register through this page. If you will be registering for a Youth Artist Division, please register here

    For all information on the 2021 competitions please visit the 2021 Competitions Page

    Registration Guidelines

    You must be logged in as a member to register.

    Please have the following information ready before you fill out your registration: Competitor Information, Division(s), and Repertoire.  Each family member who is competing must submit separate membership and registration forms.  

    Note: The name on the registration must be the name of the competitor, not the name of the parent.

    Fees 

    Festival Division - $45

    Specialty Division - $45, or $25 if registering for another division.

    Competitors may not register for both the Festival and Youth Artist Division, but may register for either the Festival Division, and the Specialty Divisions, or the Youth Artist Divisions and the Specialty Divisions. Competitors may register for multiple Specialty Divisions if desired. 

    Deadlines

    Registration fees are non refundable, and are due May 8th, 2021.

    Please note that there will be a $25 late fee assessed to all registrations that are submitted after May 8th, 2021. No registrations will be accepted after May 15th, 2021. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE TO THIS POLICY. Thank you for your prompt registrations.

    RECORDING REQUIREMENTS

    Recordings should be submitted via email to Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, (sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com), no later than May 8th, 2021 (midnight PST).

    Full repertoire requirements are located on this page. Please read carefully. 

    • Recordings for Festival and Piccolo divisions must be no longer than 8 minutes in length. 
    • Recordings must be in mp3/m4a/wav/aiff audio format.
    • For identification purposes, name your files as your first initial and last name, (i.e. S.Smith.mp3) 
    • Please do not talk or identify yourself in any way on your submitted recording.
    • If submitting 2 pieces, you may submit separate recordings. Please include composer name as part of the file name. 
    • Recordings must be complete and unedited. 

    Should you have any questions or require further information, feel free to contact Farah Zolghadr, SDFG Competition Coordinator, at sdfgcompetitions@gmail.com.

Past events

Saturday, February 20, 2021 Latin Jazz Fundamentals with Nestor Torres
Saturday, February 06, 2021 Flute Wellness: Fundamentals of Sitting & Standing
Saturday, January 16, 2021 Sounding Grounded: Empathetic Flute Playing in a Post-2020 World
Saturday, January 02, 2021 Start The Year Off Right! Winter Retreat with Linda Chesis
Sunday, December 20, 2020 A Foray into Fauré: Competition
Friday, December 18, 2020 Winona Grant Holiday Concert Watch Party
Friday, December 18, 2020 Winona Grant Holiday Flute Choir Concert
Saturday, December 05, 2020 Just For Fun: Bringing Joy & Beauty to Every Part of Playing
Saturday, November 21, 2020 Improvisation for Fun!
Saturday, November 14, 2020 Audio/Video Editing for Virtual Ensembles
Saturday, November 07, 2020 Spring Festival Winners Recital
Saturday, November 07, 2020 Training the Ear: Harmonics, Tone-Building & Critical Listening
Saturday, October 24, 2020 Spooky Flute Social
Saturday, October 17, 2020 Creating a Timeline & Achieving Successful Results
Saturday, October 10, 2020 Playing Music Together While Apart
Saturday, October 03, 2020 SDFG Members Recital
Saturday, October 03, 2020 Building Your Exercise Routine
Saturday, September 26, 2020 SDFG Teachers' Happy Hour
Saturday, September 26, 2020 Student Flute Social
Saturday, September 19, 2020 MUSICAL MASTERSESSION SOLO FLUTE/PICCOLO PIECES BY DANIEL DORFF
Saturday, September 12, 2020 Audio Recording for Flutists
Saturday, September 05, 2020 Warm Up Class
Saturday, August 29, 2020 Annual Meeting of the Members
Sunday, January 26, 2020 2020 Chamber Fest
Sunday, December 15, 2019 2019 Winona Grant Holiday Flute Choir Concert
Sunday, October 27, 2019 2019 Annual Membership Meeting and Fall Members' Recital
Sunday, October 20, 2019 College Audition Workshop with Pam Vliek Martchev
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 2019 Summer Flute Camp
Sunday, April 28, 2019 2019 Flute Festival Winners' Recital
Sunday, April 14, 2019 2019 Spring Flute Festival
Sunday, April 14, 2019 2019 Spring Flute Festival Competitions
Sunday, January 13, 2019 2019 Chamber Fest
Sunday, December 16, 2018 2018 Winona Grant Holiday Flute Choir Concert
Sunday, November 04, 2018 2018 Annual Membership Meeting and Fall Members' Recital
Wednesday, June 27, 2018 2018 Summer Flute Camp
Thursday, May 31, 2018 PROJECT Trio
Sunday, May 06, 2018 2018 Flute Festival Winners' Recital
Sunday, April 29, 2018 2018 Spring Festival Masterclass
Sunday, April 29, 2018 2018 Spring Flute Festival Competitions
Sunday, April 29, 2018 2018 Spring Flute Festival
Saturday, April 28, 2018 2018 Young Artist Competition
Sunday, January 21, 2018 2018 Chamber Fest
Sunday, December 03, 2017 2017 Winona Grant Holiday Flute Choir Concert
Saturday, November 04, 2017 2017 Fall Members' Recital
Saturday, November 04, 2017 2017 Annual Membership Meeting
Sunday, September 10, 2017 2017 Teachers' Luncheon
Saturday, June 24, 2017 Palomar Mountain Flute Retreat - Guest Artist Day
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 Palomar Mountain Flute Retreat
Saturday, May 13, 2017 Flute Festival Winners' Recital
Sunday, April 30, 2017 Spring Festival Masterclass
Sunday, April 30, 2017 Spring Flute Festival Competitions
Sunday, April 30, 2017 2017 Spring Flute Festival
Saturday, April 29, 2017 Young Artist Competition
Sunday, January 29, 2017 Chamber Fest
Sunday, December 18, 2016 Winona Grant Holiday Flute Choir Concert
Saturday, November 05, 2016 Fall Member's Recital
Sunday, August 21, 2016 Annual Meeting of the Members & Introduction of the new board

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