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BEYOND THE FLUTE
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Sheridon Stokes

BEYOND THE FLUTE with Sheridon Stokes

BEYOND THE FLUTE with Sheridon Stokes how do flutes differ in their acoustical properties from other instruments? Sheridon illustrates the many varieties the flute has over other instruments Sheridon discusses his career, now over fifty years, as a leading recording artist in the Hollywood film studios Sheridon performs: Roots – African flute Kung Fu – wood

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Building An Online Flute Festival
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Beatriz Macias

Building An Online Flute Festival

Building An Online Flute Festival.  Born in California, and raised by parents from Mexico City in Houston Texas, this young lady goes on a backpacking trip with her mom to Brussels, after graduating in three years from Boston Conservatory, hears the resident flutist in the opera house and ends up getting her Masters from him

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A holistic approach
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Amy Porter

The Anatomy of Sound

The Anatomy of Sound her commissions and performances of composers who ask to perform their works her work starting 2 nonprofits her work with Trio Virado for flute, viola, guitar her work as a professor of flute at the University of Michigan her concerto and recital performances for Sciolino Artist Management her recordings and DVD

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MUSIC and FITNESS
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Angela McCuiston

MUSIC and FITNESS

Music and Fitness is the passion of Angela McCuiston who is a NASM-CPT, CES, SFS, and CETI-CES (Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist, Senior Fitness Specialist, and Cancer Exercise Specialist) and owner of Music Strong, a business that specializes in personal fitness training for musicians. She completed a 16-year tenure in the 129th Army

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Reaching a Wider Audience
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Clare Southworth

Reaching a Wider Audience

Reaching a Wider Audience. In this Web TV interview Clare Southworth, professor of flute at the Royal College of Music discusses the need for artists today to engage with a wider audience by embracing all styles of world music. She answers the following questions: What evidence of this trend have you gained from your travels

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The Search for the Authentic
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Dr. Brian Luce

The Search for the Authentic

The Search for the Authentic is a web-tv documentary special, we explore the topic: World Music, the quest for the authentic Now that we have evidence of the flute being the oldest musical instrument, how does that impact performance of all types of music? Historically, the flute has been on the cutting edge of all musical

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Making Long Tones Exercises More Enjoyable and Productive!
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Matt Krejci

Making Long Tones Exercises More Enjoyable and Productive!

Making Long Tones Exercises More Enjoyable and Productive is a web-tv documentary special of Matt Krejci, a tenured faculty at the University of the Pacific. We explored: his parents and family his path to the flute his formal education why the flute? what choices did he make upon graduation? were there many options? what were

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A Drive to Serve
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Antonio Herbert

A Drive to Serve

A Drive to Serve is about the co-creator of the Flute Forum sharing his testimony on early childhood, how the pandemic affected his life, a portfolio career, and the development of the Flute Forum. early childhood adapting to the flute the Magnet Arts Program (need name of this school ) and teachers name how I

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It’s Not Just Knowledge, it’s Soul
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Alheli Pimienta

It’s Not Just Knowledge, it’s Soul

It’s Not Just Knowledge, it’s Soul.  Alhiel’s interview focuses on world music education playing a role in musicality, interpretation, and performance skills that cannot be taught otherwise. Her subtopic is,  “What cannot be taught in school can be learned on our own” and it is about how a deep sense of musicality comes from training

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