You definitely won’t want to miss all the amazing events happening on Sunday! After a morning and afternoon filled with yet more fabulous concerts, workshops, masterclasses, lectures and panels, the Sunday Closing Concert in Symphony Hall promises to be the convention’s “Icing on the Cake”! Enjoy this delightfully eclectic blend of performances:
David Weiss presents the NFA premiere of his flute choir arrangement of Ennio Morricone’s Ecstasy Of Gold
Adam Eccleston interprets David Baker's Inspiration
Trudy Kane performs the Lansing McCloskey Flute Concerto with select members of the Professional Flute Choir, Kelly Via conducts
Viviana Guzman solos on her arrangement of Piazzolla's Libertango with the Professional Flute Choir
Molly McLaughlin and Nicole Rabata join forces for a rousing session of Irish tunes
Bart Feller performs Paquito D'Rivera's solo piece, Lecuonerias
The International Low Flute Ensemble performs Margaret Lowe's transcription of Bach's Brandenburg 3 (Allegro), Wissam Boustany conducts
Native American artist R. Carlos Nakai teams up with Shakuhachi master Kodō Araki and Bansuri artist Deepak Ram
The International Suzuki Flute Ensemble performs a charming “mashup” of Mary Had a Little Lamb and Dvorak's New World Symphony arranged and conducted by Noelle Perrin-Bryson
Ester Esteban Solana performs Hall of Ghosts by Amanda Harberg
The Usonia Flute Orchestra performs Usonia, Jonathan Cohen's tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright, Chris Potter conducts. All flutists are invited to join the Usonia Flute Orchestra when registering. Learn more here!
And playing the Bach Air for the traditional closing of the convention surrounded by flutists as far as your eye can see is not to be missed!