|ANATOMY OF SOUND WORKSHOP - June 01, 2019 to June 04, 2019|
University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Ann Arbor, MI
Optimal Airflow Dynamics for Producing High Quality Flute Tone: A study of air flow, direction, speed, volume, and pressure from the diaphragm to the lips using objective measures will aid to understand the ideal state
This four-day workshop presents an opportunity for adult flute players to participate in masterclasses and join in-depth discussions about the study of flute tone, breathing, and body awareness both in flute practice and in performance.
This year, this workshop will unveil a series of research studies especially formatted for music students to study the anatomy and airflow dynamics that create an optimal tone on a woodwind instrument.
In addition, several leading flute manufacturers will exhibit their instruments for attendees to view, test, and purchase.
Amy Porter, Professor of Music, University of Michigan
Dr. David Brown, Associate Vice President and Associate Dean for Health Equity and Inclusion and Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Michigan
Laura Dwyer, McKindree University Certified Yoga Instructor for Performers
Christina Jennings, Professor of Flute, University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Erika Boysen, Assistant Professor of Flute, UNC Greensboro
|The PANORAMIC FLUTIST - June 08, 2019|
College of Music
$120 for the day
Join us in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, for an inspiring day of flute for middle school and high school flutists! Workshops will include fun flute warm-up class; All State and audition prep class; classes to improve sound articulation, vibrato, phrasing and intonation; and a Flute Choir reading session. The Panoramic Flutist Seminar College Edition will not be held in 2019.
June 8, 2019, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Applications will be posted March 1 and due May 1
$120 for the day includes a healthy lunch
Middle school and high school flutists of all levels are welcome! We have unlimited space for participants and space for up to 15 master class slots.
Personnel: Christina Jennings, University of Colorado Boulder
Amy Porter, University of Michigan