Posting events

UMFA members can submit various flute related events to be posted in the event calendar, send an e-mail to with details of your event and a photo (if available).  The event is usually posted about 48 hr after submission.

Upcoming events

    • 02/23/2019
    • University of Minnesota - Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall

    Deadline to register
    Applications and fees must be submitted by February 1, 2019

    Saturday, February 23, 2019
    University of Minnesota School of Music | Ferguson Hall
    Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall
    2106 4th Street South, Minneapolis, MN 55455

    Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Flute Fest 


    Current UMFA members 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 the fee of a current UMFA membership.

    • Preliminary and Final rounds are live performances of solos with piano before judges. 
    • Only the competitor and accompanying pianist are allowed in the contest room.
    • The same pieces must be used for the Final round.
    • Memorization is not required.
    • No music is given to the judges.
    • Please note that you will not be able to rehearse with your accompanist before you play at the prelims.
    • Competitors who advance to finals will be notified no later than March 1, 2019  by email.

    Repertoire Requirements

      7th & 8th Grade Division

      Perform 2 contrasting pieces from different periods, which must total at least 4 minutes and no more than 6 minutes. Two competitors may proceed to the finals.

      9th & 10th Grade Division

      Perform 2 contrasting pieces from different periods, which must total at least 6 minutes and no more than 8 minutes. Two competitors may proceed to the finals.

      11th & 12th Grade Division

      Perform 2 contrasting pieces from different periods, which must total at least 7 minutes and no more than 9 minutes. Three competitors may proceed to the finals.

      Competition Rules

      • Judges are not required to award a winner if flutists do no meet UMFA standards
      • Competitor must choose repertoire with piano accompaniment.
      • Competitor must perform the repertoire on the application.
      • Competitor must provide own accompanist for prelims and finals.
      • Competitor must be at onsite and  ready to perform 15 minutes before assigned time.
      • In case of cancellations, competitors may be asked to perform early.
      • Applications and fees must be submitted by  February 1, 2019

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

      • If competitor changes repertoire after registration.
      • If competitor is not ready to perform 15 minutes before scheduled.
      • If finalist is not present for awards ceremony. The ceremony will follow the contest as soon as the judges make their decision.
      •  If pieces are performed without accompaniment.
      • If application and fees are not submitted by February 1, 2019.
      • If contestant performs different repertoire than on the application
      • If the application is incomplete

      To receive your comment sheets by mail:

      To receive your prelim comment sheets by U.S. mail, please bring a stamped and self-addressed envelope (4 1/8 by 9 1/2) to the registration desk at prelims.

      • 03/23/2019
      • Plymouth Congregational Church

      Application Deadline : February 1, 2019

      Flutists ages 18-30 are invited to compete in the Upper Midwest  Flute Association (UMFA) Young Artist Competition. For 2019,  the competition is open to all flutists from around the world. Preliminary auditions are by audio recording. Finals  will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2019, at UMFA Flute Fest. Winners will receive cash prizes of $600, $400, and $200.


      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 join UMFA first by becoming a member.

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

      3. For the live final round, an accompanist will be secured by UMFA to be available for rehearsals and the performance, but finalists must pay the accompanist's fees.

      4. The competition is open to flutists ages 18-30, who have not reached their 31st birthday before March 23, 2019.

      5. Finalists must be available to perform on March 23, 2019, at UMFA's Flute Fest at Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN. Travel and accommodations must be paid by the participant.

      Preliminary Repertoire:

      Applicants will submit (via Dropbox upload) an unedited audio recording of two works, one from the Baroque era, and one piece from Flute Music by French Composers, ed. Louis Moyse (Schirmer), both with accompaniment where required. Individual movements from larger works will be accepted for the Baroque selection. Total playing time must be a MAXIMUM OF 15 MINUTES. Recordings will be coded and sent to a panel of judges.

      Please also include a short biography with your recording submission in your Dropbox upload.

      Finals Repertoire:

      Each finalist will perform a 25-minute program of his/her choice, live in Minnesota, on March 23, 2019, as part of Flute Fest. Finalists must submit their program to the Young Artist Coordinator by February 20, 2019. The final round is open to the public

      Applicants will receive notification of competition results by February 15, 2019.

      For questions regarding the Young Artist Competition, please contact Barb Leibundguth at

      • 03/23/2019
      • Plymouth Congregational Church

      Application Deadline : March 1, 2019

      As a part of the UMFA 2019 Flute Fest, Guest Artist, Mark Sparks, will present a Masterclass. All flutists are welcome and encouraged to audition. Three performers will be chosen by a panel of judges, based upon a recorded audition. 

      Audition Information/Requirements:

      • Application with recordings, biography and Audition/Membership Fee must be submitted by March 1, 2019
      • Your piece/recording should not exceed 8 minutes. Please make cuts as necessary to accommodate this time limitation. An accompanist is required for the recording.
      • Audition with the same piece you will perform at the class. 
      • Masterclass audition fee is $20.

      • UMFA will provide an recommendation for an accompanist for the masterclass, but participants must pay the accompanist's fees. Participants may also work with an accompanist of their choosing. 

      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 Mark Sparks Masterclass may be sent to

      • 03/23/2019
      • 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
      • Plymouth Congregational Church

      FLUTE FEST 2019

      "Unleash Your Creativity"
      40th Anniversary 
      with guest artist Mark Sparks
      Saturday, March 23, 2019
      Plymouth Congregational Church, Minneapolis, MN

      Join UMFA in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Flute Fest featuring guest artist Mark Sparks! UMFA is pleased to announce that the 2019 Flute Choir Showcase and Honors Flute Choir will join together with Flute Fest in a special collaborative event. We hope you will join us for a flute-tastic event filled with performances, workshops, master classes, exhibits and more!

      Date: Saturday, March 23, 2019

      Plymouth Congregational Church 
      1900 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403
      Directions and Parking
      *Parking is free in the Plymouth Church parking lot

      $10 Student Member (ages 12 and under)
      $15 Student Member (ages 13 and over)
      $15 Senior Member (ages 55 and over)
      $20 Adult Member 
      $60 Non-Member 
      $15 Lunch add-on 

      *Student members will be able to add family members as guests for free

      The registration deadline to order a lunch is March 10, 2019

      Please note that dues paid to be a member of a non-profit organization and registration fees paid to attend non-profit events are considered tax deductible donations.

      If you have a disability and need an accommodation in order to attend, please contact UMFA at

      UMFA offers a financial hardship program for flutists who demonstrate financial need to attend Flute Fest. Please email for more information.

      Schedule of Events:

      8:30 AM - 4:30 PM  Registration Open  Jones Commons
      9:00 AM - 4:30 PM   Exhibits & Garage Sale Open  Jones Commons
      9:00 AM - 11:00 AM  Honors Flute Choir Rehearsal  Room 205 
       9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Flute Choir Showcase Concert  Guild Hall
       9:30 AM - 11:45 AM  Young Artist Competition Finals  Chapel
       10:00 AM - 11:00 AM  Rising Stars Festival Session #1  Fireside Room
       11:00 AM - 12:00 PM  Julia Bogorad-Kogan Workshop  Chapel
       11:30 AM - 2:00 PM  Lunch Available  Jackman
       12:00 PM - 1:00 PM  Flute Choir Reading Session  Room 207
       12:00 PM - 1:00 PM  Laudie Porter Competition Finals  Chapel
       1:00 PM - 2:00 PM  Mark Sparks Recital  Guild Hall
       2:00 PM - 3:00 PM  Mark Sparks Masterclass  Guild Hall
       3:15 PM - 4:15 PM  A Tale of Two Series: "Orchestral Excerpt Practice Books and Exploring Sound" with Mark Sparks  Room 205
       4:30 PM - 5:00 PM  Awards Ceremony  Guild Hall
       5:00 PM - 5:45 PM  Honors Flute Choir Performance  Guild Hall
       5:45 PM - 6:00 PM  Closing Ceremony Flute Choir Play Along  Guild Hall

      Mark Sparks is an American solo flutist, orchestral artist, teacher, and writer. He was appointed Principal Flutist of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in 2000, and has appeared as soloist with the orchestra numerous times, most recently in March 2017.  He has performed with many U.S. orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, the Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Cincinnati, Houston, and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestras.  Mr. Sparks maintains an active solo career, having appeared in recital and with orchestras on 5 continents. Recent and upcoming international engagements include solo concerts in Monterrey, Mexico, Beijing, Qingdao, Sydney and London.    

      Sparks can be heard as solo recording artist on the Summit and AAM  labels, and with various orchestras on the Sony, Telarc, Nonesuch, and Decca labels.  He recently released his third solo recording, "French Album.”

      Mr. Sparks is a faculty member of DePaul University in Chicago, the Aspen Music Festival, and Flauti al Castello in Italy. He has frequently coached at the world’s top orchestral training programs such as the New World Symphony, National Youth Orchestra, National Orchestral Institute, and the Pacific Music Festival.  As clinician, he is a frequent guest at major U.S. music schools and  flute courses.  2018-19 residencies include the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, the Houston Flute Club annual festival, Aspen Music Festival, Flauti al Castello, Interlochen Arts Academy, and Oberlin.  

      Sparks is a Contributing Editor of Flute Talk Magazine, and has also recently published several flute and piano arrangements with Theodore Presser. His books, Exploring Sound:  Tone Development Through Orchestral Repertoire and Orchestral Excerpt Practice Books  are due for release in 2019. He is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory where he studied with Robert Willoughby. 

      Thank you to our Flute Fest Sponsors for their generous contributions in helping to make our event happen!


      • 03/23/2019
      • 2 sessions
      • Plymouth Congregational Church

      2019 Rising Stars Festival


      Deadline: March 1 ,2019

      The Rising Stars Festival provides an opportunity for students of all ages and levels to perform solos and small ensemble pieces in a friendly and non-competitive environment with a professional accompanist. Students will receive a certificate and constructive comments from a professional flutist. In order to participate in the Rising Stars Festival, students must become a member of UMFA and register for Flute Fest

      Piano scores must be uploaded via Dropbox at the time of online registration (preferred), emailed or postmarked to the Rising Stars Coordinator by March 1, 2019. If mailing the form, please also email the Rising Stars Coordinator with your repertoire choice and a scanned copy of the piano part by March 1, 2019. The mail-in registration form can be downloaded here.

      Rising Stars Coordinator:
      Vanamali Medina |
      6134 Penn Ave S
      Minneapolis, MN 55419

      Registration Information:

      • Rising Stars registration with piano score, Flute Fest registration fee and UMFA membership fee must be submitted by March 1, 2019. There is no fee to participate in the Rising Stars Festival.
        • You must be a current 2018-2019 UMFA member. If you are not currently a member, please join UMFA first by becoming a member.

        • In order to participate, you must register for Flute Fest. Please note that student members of UMFA are able to add family members as guests for free.

        • Please submit a scanned PDF or clear full-page JPG images of the piano part to your piece via Dropbox upload.
        • 03/23/2019
        • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
        • Plymouth Congregational Church

        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

          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.

        Past events

        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 Rising Stars Festival
        04/07/2018 Rhonda Larson Master Class
        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 Young Artist Competition
        03/25/2017 2017 Laudie Porter 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 Lake Sylvia Suzuki Flute Camp
        06/17/2015 Flute Workshop at University of Minnesota Duluth
        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 Recital: Catherine Ramirez and Eva Beneke
        02/20/2015 Esperanza Ensemble: February Fancies
        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 Spring Parlor Concert
        05/19/2013 Ladyslipper Baroque, with Barbara Leibundguth flute
        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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