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This page offers a listing of member-submitted events happening in our community.

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Do you have an upcoming recital, concert, workshop, masterclass, or other flute event you would like listed on our website and promoted on our social media pages? Submissions are accepted from current UMFA members of all ages and levels. Entries are subject to review for relevance to the membership and must be received at least 2 weeks prior to event date. Submit your entry using the form below or email event information to marcom@umfaflutes.org.

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Upcoming events

    • 12/05/2020
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (CST)
    • YouTube
    Register

    Participate in the Marathon Flute Concert 

    Deadline extended through Sunday, November 29 11:59pm!

    View/Share/Donate to the Livestream Fundraiser

    Broadcast Saturday, December 5 1:00pm

    About

    This epic virtual flute concert is a fundraising event to benefit UMFA's flute student Scholarship Program. The scholarship program provides assistance for flute students who demonstrate financial need, and funds are used to help cover the costs of private lessons, master classes, summer music camps, or flute pedagogy training.

    Flutists of all ages and levels, from beginner students to professionals, are invited to submit a recorded video performance which will be compiled and broadcast during a special live streamed fundraiser on UMFA's YouTube Channel. Let us hear which special pieces have been bringing you joy during the pandemic, or spread a little holiday cheer (costumes optional), all while supporting the scholarship fund to expand access to flute opportunities to students in the Upper Midwest!

    Participation

    We welcome all types of flutes and all styles of music. Consider using virtual accompaniment, involving other musicians in your household, or putting together virtual collaborations using the acapella app or other video editing software.  If you choose to collaborate with other musicians, please follow local guidelines to do so safely.  

    • Submit entry via Dropbox link provided in registration form
    • Deadline Friday, November 20, 11:59pm
    • Video limit 8 minutes for individual performers, maximum 10 minutes for groups

    Video instructions

    Registration opens November 1st. The first 20 entries will be guaranteed a spot on the concert. Submission due Sunday, November 29, 11:59 pm
    • Record your video with a landscape frame (side-to-side), not portrait (up-and-down)
    • Performers are encouraged to introduce themselves in their video. Tell viewers your name (first and last, or first name only is fine) and what you are playing. You may speak a little bit about why you chose the piece or why it is important to you to support UMFA and the scholarship fund.
    • You may trim the beginning and end of the video if you wish (optional) but Please do not add any additional effects or text. This will be done by our production team to achieve a consistent appearance for all videos.

    Submit video file

    Fundraising requirements

    Individual performers, or at least one member of a performing group, must be an active UMFA member in good standing, and pay a minimum $15 donation to the Scholarship Fund when registering. One member from each group will submit the registration form. Additional group members, non-flutist performers, and accompanists are not required to be UMFA members, but are encouraged to make an additional donation.

    The minimum $15 donation per individual/group performer is paid via online registration. Additional donations can also be included in the registration, or can be submitted during the live event at https://www.umfaflutes.org/support.

    Performers are encouraged to share the live stream link with friends and family. Prizes will be awarded to the individual/group performer who raises the most total money and most individual donations during the live broadcast.

    Volunteers

    We are looking for hosts during the live broadcast to introduce performances and provide live updates on fundraising totals. Contact our volunteer coordinator Kara Swanson if you would like to serve as a host during the event from your home via Zoom. Volunteers will attend one online training session (approximately 30 minutes) prior to the live stream.

    Other ways to help

    Tax-deductible monetary & instrument donations to the scholarship program are accepted year-round.

    • 12/15/2020
    • (CST)
    Register

    Application Deadline for Spring period (Jan 01, 2021 - Apr 30, 2021) is now extended to December 15, 2020

     Scholarship Period  Jan 01 - Apr 30   May 01- Aug 31  Sept 01 - Dec 31
     Application due dates   November 15  March 15  July 15


    Program Overview

    UMFA’s scholarship program supports local flute students in their music studies. Students who demonstrate financial need and dedication to their musical studies may apply to receive scholarships to help cover the costs of private lessons, master classes, summer music camps, or instrument rentals.  Students of all ages and playing levels who are residents of the Upper Midwest may apply for scholarships.  


    To provide further support for students, UMFA partners with the MusicLink Foundation and with Hopewell Music Cooperative North.  If students need instrument loans and/or additional financial assistance, they are encouraged to register with one or both of these partner organizations.  More information is available below.  


    The UMFA scholarship program provides opportunities for students to apply for scholarships three times a year to cover musical studies during the periods of January 1-April 30, May 1-Aug 31, and Sept 1-Dec 31.  Students who have received UMFA scholarships will be eligible to re-apply for additional scholarships.  Checks will be disbursed directly to the teacher, master class organizer, or music camp with whom/where the student is studying.


    UMFA’s Partner Organizations

    The MusicLink Foundation is a national organization with a Minnesota chapter that helps to support low-income music students with the costs of music, instrument loans, musical supplies, and summer camps.  UMFA’s scholarship students may register with MusicLink in order to borrow flutes and receive extra financial support in their studies.  MusicLink takes instrument donations year-round. 


    Hopewell Music Cooperative North (HMCN) provides underserved students access to affordable and high quality private lessons, ensembles, and courses as well as to safe and vibrant performance opportunities for community members. Hopewell commits itself to community building through offering instruction in music to ALL members of the community of North Minneapolis who want to participate regardless of ability or circumstances. HMCN accepts instrument donations year-round.


    Eligibility Guidelines and Requirements

    • UMFA Membership: At the time of application, students apply for Master Classes/Camps/Instrument Rental must be current members of UMFA.  Students who need assistance with membership fees may inquire with the scholarship program coordinator about a possible waiving of fees.
    • Age range: Any age of students (including college students and adults) is eligible to apply.
    • Geographic area: Candidates must be permanent residents in the states of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, or Iowa.
    • Playing level: Students of all levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced) are eligible to apply as long as they demonstrate financial need and dedication to their musical studies in their documentation and letter.
    • Other scholarships: Students may be current recipients of other scholarships or financial assistance for their musical studies; they must disclose information about all other financial assistance (possible or definite) in this application.
    • Re-applying: Students who have received UMFA scholarships in the past are eligible to re-apply.

    In the registration form, you will need to provide the following information and documents.


    • Demonstration of financial need
    1. School-aged students: If you or your student receives a free or reduced lunch, please attach a copy of your letter. 
    2. School-aged, college, and adult students: Please write a brief statement explaining your current financial hardship which compels you to seek need-based scholarship funding.

    3. A list of any scholarships or financial support you have applied for to assist with the upcoming scholarship period (e.g. another summer camp scholarship) and any scholarships or financial support you have received for musical studies in the past or for the upcoming period.  Please include whether you are currently registered as a student of MusicLink and whether you have been in the past.


    • Letter(s) from the student/and or parent
    Guideline for letter from the students/and or parent


    Applicants will receive notification of  results before the scholarship period start. For questions regarding the Scholarship Program, please contact our Scholarship Directer Sarah Weisbrod.



    • 12/15/2020
    • (CST)
    Register

    Application Deadline for Spring period (Jan 01, 2021 - Apr 30, 2021) is now extended to December 15, 2020


    UMFA Scholarship Program Overview


     Scholarship Period  Jan 01 - Apr 30   May 01- Aug 31  Sept 01 - Dec 31
     Application due dates   November 15  March 15  July 15


    Eligibility Guidelines and Requirements

    • UMFA Membership:

    As of October 2020, the membership requirement has changed.

    Students Applying for Lessons:  The teacher with whom the student wants to study must be a current member of UMFA at the time of application.
    • Age range: Any age of students (including college students and adults) is eligible to apply.
    • Geographic area: Candidates must be permanent residents in the states of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, or Iowa.
    • Playing level: Students of all levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced) are eligible to apply as long as they demonstrate financial need and dedication to their musical studies in their documentation and letter.
    • Other scholarships: Students may be current recipients of other scholarships or financial assistance for their musical studies; they must disclose information about all other financial assistance (possible or definite) in this application.
    • Re-applying: Students who have received UMFA scholarships in the past are eligible to re-apply.


    DOCUMENTS TO SUBMIT      
    (
    Responses must be typed.)

    All applicants must submit the following materials.  If you are a repeat applicant, please note the recent changes in application procedure since November 2020.

    1. Application form (filled out online)

    You will need to provide your flute teacher’s name and lesson information in the application form. If you don't currently have a flute teacher, you may search UMFA teachers in your area here: Find a Teacher

    2. Optional Teacher Recommendation

    Applicants may upload a letter of recommendation from your current or previous flute teacher, school band director/music teacher, or other school teacher (if you have not yet begun flute lessons and you feel that another teacher can provide a more complete recommendation). Teacher recommendations are optional but will be considered in support of your other applications materials.

    The optional recommendation letter should be uploaded as a PDF in the following naming convention: [Student’sFirstInitial][Student’sLastName][TeacherRecommendation]. 

    Example: JSmithTeacherRecommendation.pdf

    3. Demonstration of financial need

    • School-aged students: If you or your student receives a free or reduced lunch, please attach a copy of your letter. 
    • School-aged, college, and adult students:   Please write a brief statement explaining your current financial hardship which compels you to seek need-based scholarship funding.
    • A list of any scholarships or financial support you have applied for to assist with the upcoming scholarship period (e.g. another summer camp scholarship) and any scholarships or financial support you have received for musical studies in the past or for the upcoming period.  Please include whether you are currently registered as a student of MusicLink and whether you have been in the past.
    4. Letter(s) from the Student and/or Parent

    Note: Students under 18, depending on age/maturity, may either submit a single letter from the parent with all of the below information OR two letters, one from the student (about their dedication to flute studies) and one from the parent (about financial need and commitment to supporting student’s studies).

    Letters should be sent as a PDF in the following naming convention: [Student’sFirstInitial][Student’sLastName][StudentLetter and/or ParentLetter]. 

    Example: JSmithParentLetter.pdf and/or JSmithStudentLetter.pdf

    Letters should include the following information

    a. Financial Need:

    • How much scholarship money you are requesting.  Include both the maximum amount of financial aid that you would like to receive and the minimum amount that would make the scholarship useful to you. 
      (Note: The amounts listed will not affect your chances of receiving a scholarship.  Depending on available funding, UMFA may sometimes be able only to provide partial scholarships.  Each student and their teacher may receive a maximum of $599 total each fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) and maximum $200 per award cycle.)
    • Why you need this scholarship.
    • A list of any scholarships or financial support you have applied for to assist with the upcoming scholarship period (e.g. another summer camp scholarship) and any scholarships or financial support you have received for musical studies in the past or for the upcoming period.  Please include whether you are currently registered as a student of MusicLink and whether you have been in the past.
    • Any additional supporting statements demonstrating financial need.

    b. Musical Purpose:

    Why your musical studies on the flute are important to you. 

    Please include the following: 

    • Length of lesson 
    • Standard lesson rate
    • Number of lessons in the award cycle
    • Maximum amount you can reasonably contribute per lesson
    • Discounted rate your teacher can offer per lesson
    • Standard lesson rate
    • Number of lessons in the award cycle
    • Maximum amount you can reasonably contribute per lesson
    • Discounted rate your teacher can offer per lesson

    c. Instrument:

    Do you have a flute in good working order?

    If you need a flute, you may register as a MusicLink or Hopewell student (see UMFA Scholarship Program Overview).  If you don’t already have a flute, please include information about your plan to access one.

    d. Teacher Information:

    If you are currently studying privately with a flute teacher, or if you have in the past, please list the teacher(s) with whom you have studied and the time period you studied with them (e.g. Jane Doe, May 2009-Aug 2014).

    e. Flute Activities and Goals:

    Describe your/your student’s current and past activities that show your interest in and commitment to playing the flute.

    • How much time do you/your student practice each week (on average)?  Why are you willing to commit this amount of time to flute and music
    • What do you/your student expect or want to learn from your studies?  Tell us about your goals.


    Applicants will receive notification of  results before the scholarship period start. For questions regarding the Scholarship Program, please contact our Scholarship Directer Sarah Weisbrod.



    • 01/01/2021
    • (CST)
    • 2021 Virtual Flute Fest
    Register

    Application Deadline : January 1, 2021


    Flutists ages 18-31 are invited to compete in the Upper Midwest Flute Association (UMFA) Young Artist Competition. In even years, the competition is open to residents and students in the Upper Midwest (MN, SD, ND, IA, and WI). In odd years, the competition is open to all flutists. Applicants will submit audio recordings for the preliminary round. Three finalists will be chosen to submit a second round video recording, which will be presented at 2021 UMFA Virtual Flute Fest. First and second prize winners will receive cash prizes of $600 and $400, respectively.


    Requirements:

    1.   All who enter the competition must be current members or must join the Upper Midwest Flute Association. If you are not currently a member, please visit UMFA Membership Page. ($20 full-time students/$35 adults).

    2.   The non-refundable competition fee is $40. This fee is in addition to the membership fee.

    3.   The competition is open to flutists ages 18-31, who have not reached their 32nd birthday on or before the date of Flute Fest (February 21st, 2021).

    4.   All recordings become property of the Upper Midwest Flute Association.

    5.   Application, application fee, membership fee, and first round audio recording must be submitted by 11:59 PM CST on January 1, 2021. 

    6.   Selected finalists will submit a single-take video performance for presentation and adjudication at the 2021 Virtual Flute Fest.


    Preliminary Repertoire:

    Applicants will submit a varied program of unedited audio recordings to the UMFA Dropbox. Total time must not exceed 15 minutes and can include accompanied or unaccompanied works. Accompanied works may be performed with live, prerecorded, or without accompaniment. Recordings will be coded and sent to a panel of judges.


    Final Round Recording:

    Selected finalists will submit a single-take, unedited video recording to the UMFA Dropbox of a program of unaccompanied flute repertoire. Performances must not exceed 20 minutes, including time between pieces, and must include at least one piece by a BIPOC composer. Finalists may repeat pieces submitted in the preliminary round. Recordings will be coded and sent to a panel of judges. Final round recordings due February 16, 2020. 


    APPLICATION AND RECORDINGS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MIDNIGHT ON JANUARY 1, 2021.


    Applicants will receive notification of competition results by January 15, 2021. For questions regarding the Young Artist Competition, please contact Brian Allred.



    • 01/15/2021
    • (CST)
    • 2021 Virtual Flute Fest
    Register

    The Upper Midwest Flute Association is accepting proposals (submissions open November 1st) for performers and presenters for the 2021 UMFA Flute Fest. Flute Fest is an opportunity for flutists of all ages and ability levels to learn more about playing the flute and it will be held online in 2021, February 19-21st.  

    We welcome performers and presenters of all backgrounds and will give preference to proposals that are interactive to online participants, and which welcome and highlight the contributions of BIPOC, LGBTQ+, women, and other marginalized populations in our flute community.

    Requirements:

    1. Must be a current UMFA member. If you are not currently an active member, please visit the UMFA Membership Page.
    2. Submit proposal by January 15, 2021 at 11:59 PM. Click "Register" to begin your application.
    3. Those who have been selected to perform or present will give a live presentation on Zoom, which may include the showing of prerecorded video, with live Q & A section at the 2021 Virtual Flute Fest, February 19-20st, 2021.
    4. Performers and Presenters chosen to present at the 2021 Virtual Flute Fest will present the same selection submitted in the original proposal. 
    5. All recordings become property of the Upper Midwest Flute Association.


    In the registration form, you will need to provide the following information:

    1. Title of your Proposal
    2. The Length of the Presentation/Performance
    3. Type of Presentation or Performance
    4. Target Audience
    5. Description of your Proposal
    6. Brief description of your Proposal for Program Book (100 words or below)


    Click the "REGISTER" button at the left side to submit your Proposal. 


    Submission Deadline: January 15, 2021 at 11:59 PM

    Proposal decisions will be sent via email on or before January 25, 2021.

    Please direct any questions about the request for proposals to UMFA President Ming-Hui Lin 


    • 01/17/2021
    • (CST)
    • 2021 Virtual Flute Fest
    Register

    Application Deadline : January 17th, 2021


    Laudie Porter Memorial Competition provides an opportunity for students in grades 7 through 12 to compete in a solo competition and receive scholarships.  Current UMFA members (may join with competition application) in grades 7 through 12 are eligible to compete.  A competitor may only place first once per grade division and may compete only in his/her grade division. The contest fee is $15 plus current UMFA membership. 

    Prizes:

    7th & 8th Grade division: $100 (winner), $75 (runner-up)

    9th & 10th Grade division: $125 (winner), $100 (runner-up)

    11th & 12th Grade division: $150 (winner), $125 (runner-up)


    Eligibility:

    1. Current UMFA members in grades 7 through 12 are eligible to compete. (If you are not currently an active member, please visit UMFA Membership Page.) 
    2. A competitor may only place first once per grade division and may compete only in his/her grade division. 


    Repertoire Requirement:

    * Contestants are encouraged to perform repertoire by BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of color) composers. *

    7th & 8th Grade Division

    Perform 1 or 2 pieces of your choice. The total performing time needs to be more than 4 minutes but less than 8 minutes.

    9th & 10th Grade Division

    Perform 2 pieces of your choice. The pieces must be contrasting in style, from differing musical time periods, or be composed by different composers. The total performing time needs to be more than 6 minutes but less than 10 minutes.  

    11th & 12th Grade Division

    Perform 2 pieces of your choice. The pieces must be contrasting in style, from differing musical time periods, or be composed by different composers. The total performing time needs to be more than 8 minutes but less than 12 minutes. 


    To all Contestants:

    1. Pieces written with accompaniment do not have to be recorded with an accompanist this year, but it is encouraged.
    2. Memorization of the repertoire is not required but encouraged.
    3. The results will be announced at the 2021 Virtual Flute Fest, February 21st, 2021, and comment sheets will be sent by email after the Flute Fest. 


    How to apply:

    1. Be a UMFA member.  -> Visit UMFA Membership Page
    2. Complete the registration form by clicking "Registration" Button at the left side.
    3. Upload an unedited Video recording via Dropbox. Recordings will be coded and sent to a panel of judges.


    Competition Rules:

    Contestants, parents and teachers must agree to these rules:

    1. Your video submission will belong to UMFA and understand that the winners’ videos might be shown as part of the virtual Flute Fest in February 2021.
    2. Must agree to the judge’s decision – judges are not required to award a winner if flutists do not meet UMFA standards
    3. Must perform the repertoire on the application.
    4. Parents, teachers and competitors must sign the application to say they agree to these rules.
    5. Applications and fees must be submitted by Sunday, January 17th, 2021      


    The following will result in disqualification: Contest fees will not be returned to disqualified competitors.

    1. If application and fees are not submitted by Sunday, January 17th, 2021.
    2. If contestant performs different repertoire than on the application.
    3. If the application is incomplete.



    APPLICATION AND RECORDINGS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MIDNIGHT ON JANUARY 17th, 2021.

    For questions regarding the Laudie Porter Competition, please contact James Devoll.








        • 02/19/2021
        • (CST)
        • 02/21/2021
        • (CST)
        • 3 sessions

        Guest Artist Christina Jennings: Masterful Musician, Collaborator and Mentor

        This first-ever Virtual Flute Fest will take place over three flute-filled days in February. Christina will be preparing a recital exclusively for UMFA members, which will conclude a full day of virtual events on Saturday, February 21st. On Sunday, Christina will present a warm-up class and then work with flutists selected to perform in a virtual masterclass.

        Learn more at umfaflutes.org/flutefest


        Registration opens January 1, 2021!

        Preliminary Schedule (all times CST)

        Friday, February 19
        6:00-7:00 pm Social Hour Meetups: Adult Amateur Meetup/College Student Meetup/Teacher Meetup
        7:15-8:00 pm  Flute Choir Virtual Play-Along




        Saturday, February 20

        10:00-10:45 am Morning Warm-up Class*

        11:00 -12:00 pm

        Interactive Lecture/Workshop/Performance #1*
        12:00-1:30 pm Rising Stars Festival Lunchtime Music (pre-recorded) and Virtual Exhibit Hall
        1:30-2:30 pm Interactive Lecture/Workshop/Performance #2*
         2:45-3:45 pm Interactive Lecture/Workshop/Performance #3* 
         4:00-5:00 pm

        Christina Jennings Recital (pre-recorded)






        12:00-12:45 pm Warm-up Class with Christina Jennings
        1:00-2:00 pm Midwest Flutists Recital featuring works by BIPOC composers
        2:15-3:45 pm Christina Jennings Masterclass featuring Chris Lampkin, Caitlin Oliver, Levi Gregg
         4:00-5:00 pm Competition Winners Recital* (pre-recorded) and Closing Ceremonies







        *Enter the Young Artist Competition (ages 18-31) by January 1 or the Laudie Porter Competition (grades 7-12) by January 17


      Past events

      11/17/2020 Virtual Flute Choir Entries Due
      11/09/2020 Irish Flute Jam Session
      07/09/2020 Beginning Jazz Improvisation
      07/02/2020 Studying Phrasing Through Moyse and Mozart
      06/25/2020 Shop Local: Support Your Local Composer
      06/18/2020 Warm up class with Greg Milliren
      06/15/2020 The Complete Flutist 2020 at the University of Minnesota
      06/11/2020 If it's not working, try another way!
      06/07/2020 Flute and Guitar Concert
      06/04/2020 Immanuel Davis's Top 5 Flute Tricks
      05/31/2020 Kuhlau, Köhler, and Telemann: Socially Distant Flute Duos with Adam Kuenzel and Immanuel Davis
      05/28/2020 Finding inspiration in your warm-ups with Christina Jennings
      05/21/2020 Pedagogy in a Pandemic: Inquire, Connect, Inspire
      02/29/2020 2020 Honors Flute Choir
      02/29/2020 2020 Flute Choir Showcase
      02/16/2020 UMFA Parlor Concert in New Brighton
      02/16/2020 FluteSpiration Quartet Benefit Concert for Autism Society of MN
      02/08/2020 UMD Flute Day
      01/18/2020 Minnesota All-State Audition Boot Camp
      11/24/2019 The Musical Offering - Jazz and Romance
      11/24/2019 Cabrini Flute Choir Habitat Benefit Concert
      11/16/2019 Schmitt Music Flute Gallery’s 5 Year Anniversary Celebration
      10/28/2019 Minnesota Bach Ensemble
      10/26/2019 Minnesota Bach Ensemble
      10/26/2019 2019 Marathon Flute Concert
      09/20/2019 Paula Gundmundson, Resident Artist Recital
      03/23/2019 Julia Bogorad-Kogan Workshop
      03/23/2019 2019 Rising Stars Festival
      03/23/2019 Flute Fest 2019
      03/23/2019 2019 Young Artist Competition
      03/23/2019 Mark Sparks Masterclass
      02/23/2019 Laudie Porter Preliminaries 2019
      10/27/2018 2018 Marathon Flute Concert
      07/15/2018 Fall Scholarship Application Deadline
      06/06/2018 Dalcroze Teacher Workshop
      06/05/2018 Introduction to Suzuki: Every Child Can
      04/29/2018 Parlor Concert - April 29 (CANCELLED)
      04/07/2018 Flute Fest 2018
      04/07/2018 Rhonda Larson Master Class
      04/07/2018 Rising Stars Festival
      02/10/2018 Flute Choir Showcase
      11/16/2017 St. Thomas Chamber Winds Symposium
      11/16/2017 Give to the Max Day
      11/01/2017 UMFA Student Scholarship Deadline
      10/28/2017 2017 Marathon Flute Concert
      10/21/2017 Bemidji State Woodwind and Piano Day 2017
      09/30/2017 Deadline for Marathon Flute Concert Applications
      08/10/2017 National Flute Convention
      08/09/2017 William Bennett Pre-NFA Convention Master Class
      05/07/2017 Parlor Concert (05/2017)
      03/25/2017 Flute Fest 2017
      03/25/2017 2017 Laudie Porter Competition
      03/25/2017 2017 Young Artist Competition
      03/15/2017 UMFA Student Scholarship Deadline
      01/29/2017 Parlor Concert (1/29/17)
      11/21/2016 University of Minnesota Faculty & Guest Recital: Immanuel Davis
      11/05/2016 2016 Flute Choir Showcase/Honors Flute Choir
      10/29/2016 UMFA Marathon Flute Concert 2016
      10/27/2016 FluteSpiration Quartet
      10/23/2016 Encore Wind Ensemble - 20th Anniversary Celebration Concert
      10/20/2016 Trudi Anderson & Bethel Chamber Orchestra
      10/16/2016 Parlor Concert (10/2016)
      05/24/2016 Paul Edmund-Davies
      05/01/2016 Spring Parlor Concert
      04/17/2016 Julia Bogorad-Kogan Recital
      04/09/2016 Flute Fest 2016
      04/03/2016 FluteSpiration
      02/21/2016 Winter Parlor Concert
      02/20/2016 February Fiesta
      11/07/2015 Flute Choir Showcase
      10/11/2015 Fall Parlor Concert
      07/27/2015 Flute and Clarinet Camp
      07/18/2015 Hopewell Music presents Alexander Technique with Tully Hall
      07/13/2015 The Whole Flutists (High School)
      07/13/2015 "Complete Flutist" at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
      06/22/2015 The Whole Flutists (Middle School)
      06/17/2015 Flute Workshop at University of Minnesota Duluth
      06/17/2015 Lake Sylvia Suzuki Flute Camp
      06/12/2015 Free Flute and Clarinet Master Classes
      05/30/2015 Alexander Technique with Tully Hall
      05/17/2015 "Vernal Voices" with the Esperanza Ensemble
      05/17/2015 Spring Parlor Concert
      05/10/2015 Saint Paul Civic Symphony: Annual Mothers' Day Concert
      04/25/2015 Flute Fest 2015
      04/24/2015 "Nordic Journey" featuring Schaafritz
      04/14/2015 Guest/Faculty recital: Christina Smith and Immanuel Davis
      04/11/2015 Hopewell Music Cooperative North: Founders Day
      04/10/2015 FluteSpiration Quartet on Music at Wayzata Concert Series
      03/21/2015 Scotty Horey's "Signs of New Vitality"
      03/21/2015 Laudie Porter Competition: Prelims
      03/15/2015 Winter Parlor Concert
      02/28/2015 Flute Choir Showcase
      02/26/2015 Recital: Paula Gudmundson, Flute and Tracy Lipke-Perry, Piano
      02/20/2015 Esperanza Ensemble: February Fancies
      02/20/2015 Recital: Catherine Ramirez and Eva Beneke
      02/07/2015 Flute Choir Day at the University of Minnesota Duluth
      01/31/2015 Flute Marathon Concert
      11/18/2014 Flute Masterclass: Greg Milliren
      11/15/2014 Hopewell Music Flute Concert
      11/14/2014 Lowertown Classic No. 7
      11/09/2014 Fall Parlor Concert
      11/02/2014 The Esperanza Ensemble presents: Surprises Old and New
      10/25/2014 Hopewell Music Cooperative North presents the 3rd annual "Bach and Chocolate"
      10/24/2014 Recital: Linda Chatterton, flute, and Matthew McCright, piano
      07/16/2014 2014 World Flute Society Convention
      07/10/2014 Sir James Galway in Recital
      06/26/2014 Adam Kuenzel performs with the Minnesota Bach Ensemble
      06/10/2014 Flute Spa, a week with Patricia George at Lake Sylvia Flute Camp
      05/11/2014 The Esperanza Ensemble presents Music of Today
      05/02/2014 Echoes of History: Osmo Vanska and The Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra
      04/27/2014 Parlor Concert
      04/12/2014 Cavatina Duo, Classical Guitar & Flute
      04/12/2014 UMFA Flute Fest with guest artist Jim Walker
      04/10/2014 Pedagogy Chat
      04/05/2014 Hopewell Music Cooperative North: Founders' Day Funder
      03/27/2014 Composer Master Class I: Brian Ferneyhough
      03/11/2014 Wilbert Hazelzet and Immanuel Davis, Baroque Flutes in Recital
      03/08/2014 Deb Harris with the Concordia Choir and Excelsior! Trio
      02/23/2014 Central Lakes Symphony presents Mozart's "The Magic Flute"
      02/22/2014 Flute Choir Showcase Day / Honors Flute Choir
      02/02/2014 Parlor Concert
      02/01/2014 Nominations due for Honors Flute Choir
      12/21/2013 Riverside Chamber Orchestra/Young Musicians of Minnesota Orchestra Concert
      12/14/2013 Eiji Oue and the Musicians of the Minnesota present "A Tchaikovsky Spectacular!"
      11/23/2013 Sandra Statz in Concert
      11/16/2013 Patricia George "Flute Spa" and Concert featuring the Flutists of the Minnesota Orchestra
      11/16/2013 Flute Choir Day at the University of Minnesota-Duluth
      11/09/2013 2nd Flute and Clarinet Day at the University of Minnesota
      10/27/2013 Winona Symphony Orchestra with Bethany Gonella, soloist
      10/25/2013 Chamber Music Concert: Trio Matisse at Good Shepherd
      10/19/2013 Hopewell Music Cooperative North presents "Bach and Chocolate"
      09/28/2013 Dick Reed Memorial Concert
      09/18/2013 Rhonda Larson in Concert
      09/15/2013 FluteSpiration Quartet in Concert
      09/13/2013 FluteSpiration Quartet in Concert
      08/20/2013 Community forum hosted by Orchestrate Excellence
      08/01/2013 Inspiration: Notes from the Head, Music from the Heart
      07/27/2013 Riverside Chamber Orchestra/Young Musicians of Minnesota Orchestra Concert
      06/07/2013 Drelinger Headjoint Company Annual Visit
      06/02/2013 The Esperanza Ensemble presents Chamber Music of Justin E.A. Busch
      06/01/2013 Ensemble 61, with Linda Chatterton flute
      05/19/2013 Ladyslipper Baroque, with Barbara Leibundguth flute
      05/19/2013 Spring Parlor Concert
      05/11/2013 Minnesota Bach Ensemble Spring Concerts
      05/10/2013 Minnesota Bach Ensemble Spring Concerts
      04/20/2013 Flute Fest 2013: Stars & Rising Stars
      04/14/2013 FluteSpiration Quartet Recital
      04/13/2013 Hopewell Music Cooperative North: Founders' Day Funder
      04/12/2013 J. S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5
      04/07/2013 Instruments for Peace - a Benefit Concert for Bright Stars of Bethlehem, featuring The Legacy Ensemble
      04/07/2013 A La Carte Soloists, with Barbara Leibundguth flute
      04/04/2013 The Schubert Club: Immanuel Davis and Tim Lovelace in Concert
      03/10/2013 Flutist Shantala Subramanyam/ Indian Music Society of MN
      03/02/2013 Flute Flash Mob!
      03/02/2013 Flute Choir Showcase Day
      02/21/2013 James DeVoll, Gustavus Friends of Music at the American Swedish Institute
      02/20/2013 St Olaf College Dept of Music presents the International Contemporary Ensemble
      02/17/2013 Bell'Alma Duo in Concert
      02/17/2013 Barbara Leibundguth Recital
      02/17/2013 Winter Parlor Concert
      02/10/2013 The Isles Ensemble in Concert
      01/24/2013 Musicians of the SPCO Concert
      12/21/2012 A Slightly Wigged-out "Last Day on Earth" Holiday Concert
      12/21/2012 Handel's "Messiah" - Musicians of The SPCO, MN Opera Soloists, MN Chorale, Hugh Wolff
      12/20/2012 Handel's "Messiah" - Musicians of The SPCO, MN Opera Soloists, MN Chorale, Hugh Wolff
      12/20/2012 (LO)MOMO perform at Cadenza Music
      12/15/2012 Ode to Joy – Special Holiday Concert!
      12/06/2012 Pedagogy Chat
      12/05/2012 Haynes Day with Alan Weiss
      12/02/2012 Pinchas Zukerman and the Musicians of the SPCO
      11/16/2012 James Hall Recital and Master Class -- UMN
      11/15/2012 James Hall Visiting Artist --UM Duluth
      11/04/2012 Fall Parlor Concert
      11/02/2012 Barthold Kuijken and Friends Concert
      11/01/2012 Barthold Kuijken Master Class
      10/19/2012 Hopewell Music Cooperative North presents "Bach and Chocolates"
      10/16/2012 CANCELLED: "La Folia" Music for flute and harpsichord
      10/13/2012 Native American Flute Workshop with Suzanne Teng
      09/30/2012 Linda Chatterton, Flute, and Matthew McCright, Piano
      09/12/2012 St. Olaf "Fundraiser Flute Concert"
      09/01/2012 Time to renew your membership!
      07/18/2012 UMFA Board Meeting (open to all members)
      05/12/2012 Bell'Alma Duo Concert (Flute and Harp)
      05/09/2012 UMFA Board Meeting (open to all members)
      04/22/2012 Spring Parlor Concert
      04/21/2012 Honors Flute Choir (Concert at 3:30 pm)
      03/24/2012 PROJECT Trio and The Orange Mighty Trio
      02/19/2012 Winter Parlor Concert
      12/04/2011 Encore Wind Ensemble "Sounds of The Season" concert
      12/04/2011 Flute and Clarinet Clinic and Concert
      11/05/2011 2011 Flute Fest
      10/23/2011 Parlor Concert
      10/07/2011 Flute Recital - Dr. Melissa Krause, St Cloud State University
      09/28/2011 Flute Recital - Catherine Ramirez, St Olaf College
      05/15/2011 Parlor Concert
      03/19/2011 Flute Choir Showcase
      01/30/2011 Parlor Concert
      10/03/2010 Parlor Concert
      03/20/2010 Flute Recital presented by the Leibundguth/Witt Duo
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