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Washington State University
College of Arts and Sciences School of Music

WSU Flute Day

FOR:  Flutists ages 11 and above and all abilities (Middle school students should be accompanied by an adult)
WHEN:  Saturday, October 8, 2022  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 & Vibrato Workshops, Exhibits Open
11AM               Practicing How-To Workshops
12PM               Brown Bag Lunch and Greet
1PM – 3PM     Guest Master Class
3:30PM            Flute Choir Reading Sessions
4:30PM            Flute Choirs Performance
5PM                 Guest Artist Recital



Daniel Velasco is an award-winning flutist whose “standout” and “vibrant” performances (Miami Herald) have taken him around the world. He is the first prize winner of the National Flute Association’s Young Artist Competition, WAMSO Minnesota Orchestra Competition, MTNA Young Artist Competition, Claude Monteux Flute Competition, second prize winner of the William C. Byrd Competition and finalist at the Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh International Competition.

Velasco earned a doctoral degree from the University of Miami-Frost School of Music, and holds degrees from the University of Michigan, the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Northern Iowa. His main teachers include Angeleita Floyd, Marianne Gedigian, Amy Porter, and Trudy Kane. Velasco is currently the flute professor at the University of Kansas. He is Yamaha performing artist.

WSU Flute Day Flyer


Lunch Hour

There will be a lunch hour for everyone. We encourage you to bring a sack lunch for the Brown Bag Lunch and Greet. There are several places both on and off campus to purchase food as well. We will have a list of places open for food at the registration table.

Travel Info

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.


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 but they must be purchased in advance.

Here is a map of campus to help you find parking near Kimbrough Music Building.


Hosted by the Crimson Flutes

Sponsored by Allegro

Please contact Dr. Sophia Tegart for more information, (509) 335-3970 or email

WSU School of Music
PO Box 645300
Pullman, WA  99164-5300


Sophia Tegart

School of Music, WSU

Kevin Melendez

School of Music graduate student, WSU


Anna Somerville
School of Music graduate student, WSU

Anthony Kandilaroff
School of Music graduate student, WSU