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Is your organization hosting a flute fair/mini convention during the 2019-2020 season? Send the following information to 
[email protected] by July 15 for the September listing.   

•    Presenting organization’s name
•    Location of class (State, city, and street address)
•    Date(s) of class
•    Guest Artists
•    Deadline for submitting a proposal to present.
•    Deadline for entering any competitions. 
•    Deadline for registering for flute choir reading sessions
•    Deadline to exhibit.
•    Contact: website/email


Announcements
French Baroque Flute Class

Oberlin Conservatory Baroque flute professor Michael Lynn will teach a class Oct. 6-12 in Cajarc, France. The class will focus on style and techniques and is open to intermediate and advanced players. For information: 
www.moulindecajarc.com/courses/french-baroque-flute-with-michael-lynn/ or [email protected] (7/19)

NFA Convention Registration Open​

    The 47th Annual National Flute Association Convention will be held August 1-4, 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The theme for this convention is Transforming Artistry. The convention will sponsor 17 competitions and honor  Lifetime Achievement Awards recipients Susan Milan and Emerson DeFord. (Competition information may be found in the Directory on page 29 of this issue.) For information: 
www.nfaonline.org​ (5/19)

The Tianjin Juilliard School

    Flutist Gergely Ittzés will be a resident faculty member at Tianjin Juilliard in the fall of 2020. This school is an extension of The Juilliard School in NYC with graduate degree programs in Orchestral studies, Chamber Music, and Collaborative Piano. Applications for the program will beginning the fall of 2019. For information about the program go to: 
tianjin.juilliard.edu (4/19)

National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America

    The National Youth Orchestra has announced the names of 119 young musicians selected for the three-week residency program and a concert tour of Europe. Flutists selected are Phoebe Rawn, David Davisson, Scott Quirk, Laura Futamura, and Joanna Kim. The group will also perform at Tanglewood Music Festival in Lenox, MA and in Carnegie Hall. To learn more about this program carnegiehall.org/nyousa (4/19)


Flute World

    Flute World has opened a new store at 1500 Grant Avenue in San Francisco, CA. The store hours are Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM–6 PM or by appointment. Telephone: 415-523-9220, email: 
[email protected] (3/19)

New Powell Logo

    Powell Flutes recently announced the launch of a new logo. The redesign and conception offers a glimpse into the history of Powell Flutes. In 1927, Verne Q. Powell created the widely recognized triangle. However, his first logo created in 1910 was made of his initials. The origin of the Q. remains a mystery; but he would probably say it stands for Quality. The new logo maintains the triangle and the three initials but adds Powell Flutes matching the font with the ten other Buffet Campion Group instruments along with Boston, the city of flute-making. (3/19)


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