Morehead State University Flute Day 2017

Date(s): 11/4/2017
Time: 9AM - 4PM
Address:
Morehead, KY40351
USA
Location Information: Morehead State University, Baird Music Hall
Fee: Free
Guest Artist: Alice K. Dade - Master Class and Recital, Dr. Ellen Johnson Mosley, KMEA Master Class
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/331926293940237
Event Contact:
Dr. Ellen Johnson Mosley
606.783.2493
e.mosley@moreheadstate.edu
   
This year the School of Music, Theatre and Dance will be hosting Flute Day - featuring Morehead State University’s Dr. Ellen Johnson Mosley, flute and guest artist, Alice K. Dade. This is the same day as MSU’s Double Reed Day – featuring Dr. David Oyen, bassoon and Dr. Thomas Pappas, oboe. We welcome all beginner, intermediate, and advanced flutists to participate! Band Directors, load up the bus or van and bring your students. The event is free. If you would like a T-shirt, you may pre-order and pay $10 at the event. Festivities Include: • Flute Choir Reading Session (all levels) and demonstration by the MSU Flute Choir • Flute Guest Artist, Alice K. Dade in Recital and Master Class • Flute KMEA All-State Audition Workshop with Dr. Ellen Johnson Mosley • Performances by MSU students • Visit vendors and try flutes! Guest Artist Bio: Alice K. Dade enjoys a music career with rich variety, performing as a flute concerto soloist, orchestral flutist, and chamber musician throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe. She joined the music faculty at the University of Missouri in 2011 as Visiting Assistant Professor of Flute and has performed as concerto soloist with Guanajuato Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil Red de Escuelas de Música de Medellín, PRIZM Festival Orchestra, and the Festival Mozaic Orchestra. Alice has performed as Acting Co-Principal Flute of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and in concert tours to Russia, Germany, Italy, and Belgium under conductors Valery Gergiev, Esa-Pekka Salonen, and Daniel Harding. She has also performed as Guest Principal Flute with the Bergen Philharmonic and Seoul Philharmonic, as well as Guest Piccolo with the St. Louis Symphony. In addition, she has performed with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and the Oregon Symphony. As a chamber musician, Alice has performed on the Busan One Asia Festival, Chestnut Hill Chamber Series, the Concordia Chamber Players at The Princeton Festival, Summerfest of Kansas City, and at National Flute Association Conventions. Alice can be heard on Deutsche Grammophon and Arte Verum. Her first solo recording, Living Music, has a program of music written after 1980 by composers Noam Elkies, Aaron Jay Kernis, Jennifer Margaret Barker, Dan Coleman, and Michael Fine. The recording will be released on Naxos in 2017/18. She has also served on faculty of PRIZM Chamber Music Festival, Flutes by the Sea, and Medellín Festicamara. She was the Assistant Program Chair of the 2014 National Flute Association Convention in Chicago and is a member of the NFA Career and Artistic Development Committee. A columnist of Chicago Flute Club’s magazine Pipeline since 2011, Alice has also been published in Flute Talk Magazine, The Instrumentalist, and The Flute View. Honored with the Young Artist Award upon graduation from Interlochen Arts Academy, Ms. Dade received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from The Juilliard School, where she studied with Robert Langevin, Carol Wincenc, and Sandra Church. Special Thanks to our sponsors: Miles Ahead Music, Hurst Music, MSU Dept. of Music, Theatre, and Dance, Morehead Public Radio, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Boyd County Band Boosters.
 
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