Yes, you must have an NFA membership (current in August of the convention year) in order to register. You can sign up or renew your membership here.
Advance convention registration is quick, easy, and offered to you at a special rate. We encourage you to register for the convention before the advance registration deadline. After that, you may register for an additional fee of $35 at the convention site.
Both the convention schedule and a complete list of works to be performed at the convention can be found here, and our website features an overview of convention activities, hotel and travel logistics, and competition updates. We also encourage you to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for up-to-the-minute preconvention alerts and live updates throughout the convention itself.
Yes. The Frances Blaisdell Convention Scholarship provides financial assistance to a U.S. student to attend the NFA convention. Please visit the Frances Blaisdell Scholarship page for further details. The Myrna Brown International Scholarship provides financial assistance to a flutist from a non-U.S. country to attend the NFA convention. Please visit the Myrna Brown Scholarship page for further details.
Yes. In addition to regular programming, the NFA convention also offers three special ticketed mealtime events that you may attend. The Flute Lovers’ Lunch, Food for the Day's Journey, and the Gala Awards Dinner provide excellent opportunities to hear renowned speakers and deepen your social and musical connections. Tickets to these events must be purchased in advance.
Yes, convention volunteers are both needed and appreciated. You will also receive a $15 rebate for every three events worked. You can work as many or as few events as you wish. Simply check the volunteer interest box during the registration process and you will be contacted by the volunteer coordinators. If you have any questions, contact the NFA Office.
You may submit a proposal to perform at the convention. Proposals must be submitted via our online system, and we encourage you to check our website for more information when submissions open in September.
Yes. The convention offers dozens of participatory events to which you are encouraged to bring your flute and join in. The program contains a diverse offering of participatory masterclasses, reading sessions, movement events, and more.
You are encouraged to purchase tickets for the Ticketed Meal Events prior to convention. While you may purchase tickets for these events on site, space is limited. There are also a number of flute choirs that require registration. These choirs are free to join, but space is limited.