Autumn’s abundance is reflected in this Fall 2023 issue of Flutist Quarterly. We have two photo essays from the NFA Convention in Phoenix this August—one of just a few of the highlights, and another of all the fun that went down on Youth Flute Day. We also hear from two young flutists who had transformative experiences at the convention: Blaisdell Scholarship recipient Tyree Wilson and Flute Choir Call for Scores winner Phoebe Pylant. Michael Lynn shares his joy in recently discovering a new folio of flute music by Marin Marais and a few of his contemporaries. Edward Cipullo offers a closer look at one Space Age flute. And Karen North shares her love of teaching adult flute learners. There are also articles focused on helping us keep pain at bay (something I find personally useful), the health benefits of student-centered teaching, and pieces from the IDEA and New Music Advisory committees. And, as always, news from and information for NFA members, reviews, and more.
The NFA has a number of advertising opportunities.
Use the link below to submit your items for possible review in The Flutist Quarterly