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Julia Bogorad-Kogan Workshop

  • 03/23/2019
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Plymouth Congregational Church


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Application Deadline : March 1, 2019

Learn the art of phrasing and the teachings of Marcel Moyse with Julia Bogorad-Kogan. Participants will play selections from Moyse’s 24 Petites études mélodiques and Tone Development Through Interpretation. All ages and skill levels are welcome. 

Marcel Moyse

Audition Information:

  • Application with recordings, biography and membership fee must be submitted by March 1, 2019. There is no fee to audition for this workshop.
    • You must be a current 2018-2019 UMFA member. If you are not currently a member, please join UMFA first by becoming a member.

    • If selected to participate, you must register for Flute Fest.

    • Please submit a 100-word biography as a Word document with your audition recording 

    Audition Repertoire:
    Please submit a recording (via Dropbox upload) of one of the following:

    1. Moyse 24 Petites études mélodiques No. 1 plus variation 

    2. Moyse 24 Petites études mélodiques No. 2 plus variation

    3. Moyse Tone Development Through Interpretation No. 18 Entr'acte from Massanet's Werther

    4. Moyse Tone Development Through Interpretation No. 43 Evening Star from Wagner's Tannhauser

    Click here to start the application. Please submit your recording and biography via Dropbox upload separately.

    Audition results will be emailed by March 15th.

    Questions regarding the Julia Bogorad-Kogan workshop may be sent to president@umfaflutes.org.

    The New York Times called Julia Bogorad-Kogan "a wonderful flutist — her playing is graceful, virtuosic, and always full of interest." Bogorad-Kogan, who became the SPCO's principal flutist at the age of 22, combines an orchestral career with regular recital and solo performances. She has performed worldwide, including at New York's Merkin Concert Hall, the Schubertsaal of the Vienna Konzerthaus, Washington, D.C.’s Phillips Collection, in San Jose, Costa Rica and Xiamen, China. A frequent soloist with the SPCO, she also performed the Mozart Concerto in G with the Grand Teton Teton Music Festival Orchestra, conducted by their music director Donald Runnicles. She has appeared on numerous Saint Paul Sunday radio shows, and at the Marlboro and Ravinia festivals. Bogorad-Kogan has served as acting principal flutist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Milwaukee Symphony, the National Symphony and the Minnesota Orchestra. She serves on the faculty of the University of Minnesota, and was an interim faculty member at the Oberlin Conservatory and at the University of Michigan. Her two latest CDs, on the Full Harmonic label, are “Flute Music of the Paris Conservatory” and “Handel Flute Sonatas,” the latter of which Flute Talk magazine wrote, "Were you to have only one Baroque CD, it should be this one." Her husband, Peter Kogan, is a jazz drummer, composer and designer of baroque and classical-era timpani. Bogorad-Kogan is a student of ballet at Dance Spectrum and Saint Paul Ballet.

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