FOR: Flutists ages 11 and above and all abilities (Middle school students should be accompanied by an adult)
WHEN: Saturday, October 7, 2023 10:00AM – 6:00PM
Guest Artist Recital: 5:00pm – FREE to the public
WHERE: Kimbrough Music Building at Washington State University, Pullman
$5 pre-registration, $10 on-site registration (student admission includes parent admission)
9:30AM Registration Opens
10AM Tone & Technique Workshops
11AM Orchestral Excerpts Masterclass
12PM Lunch (on your own)
1PM – 3PM Guest Master Class
3:30PM Flute Choir Reading Sessions
4:30PM Flute Choirs Performance
5PM Guest Artist Recital
Thank you to all of you who attended! Below are the handouts from the morning workshops with Dr. Tegart! Feel free to reach out with questions!
Nora Lee García is the flute professor at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. As a Powell Flutes artist Nora Lee Garcia has performed throughout Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Central America, and the Caribbean as solo recitalist, chamber musician and soloist with orchestra. Nora Lee has been featured as a guest artist in Carnegie Hall, Heinz Hall, Steinmetz Hall and at flute festivals such as the French Flute Convention, III Convención AFE Sevilla, Festival Internacional de Flauta Monterrey, Chile Flute Festival, Puerto Rico Flute Symposium as well as numerous National Flute Association conventions.
As an orchestral and chamber musician, Nora Lee has performed under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas, Krystof Penderecki, and Karl Sollak, and with ensembles such as the Casals Festival, the Chautauqua Symphony, and the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra. She currently holds the position of principal flute with the Bach Festival Orchestra of Winter Park and the Hollywood Concert Orchestra.
An active recording artist, Nora Lee recently won the Global Music Awards two Silver Medals for Outstanding Achievement Category: Duo and Instrumentalist for her recent recording CUBATINA (CRC 3937), October 2022. She can be heard on the soundtrack for the Sony Pictures film, The End of the Spear.
A native from San Juan Puerto Rico, Nora Lee graduated from the Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico. In the United States, she earned a Master of Music from Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music in New York and Doctorate from the Frost School of Music, University of Miami, Florida. She will be featured at the Thailand International Flute Festival 2023, Interharmony Music Festival in Italy 2023 and the National Flute Association Convention in Phoenix Arizona.
PROGRAM COMING SOON
Looking for a new flute? Ted Brown Music will be exhibiting flutes, accessories, and more!
The WSU website provides a lot of information to help you with planning your travel. Hotel, transportation, and parking information can be found by clicking on the following link. https://wsu.edu/life/visit/
Lunch will be on your own during the noon hour. There are several local places that are easy to walk to where you can purchase a lunch. A list of options will be available at the registration table.
The weekend allows for a little more freedom with regards to parking. There are several locations available for parking near Kimbrough Music Building. Parking in the Terrell Library, Smith Center, and Fine Arts garages are recommend due to your ability to pay via phone app. Parking permits for the Green 4 parking lot near Kimbrough can be purchased at the WSU Visitor Center https://transportation.wsu.edu/parking-information/ but they must be purchased in advance.
Hosted by the Crimson Flutes
Sponsored by Allegro
WSU School of Music
PO Box 645300
Pullman, WA 99164-5300