The Australian Flute Festival is a biennial event. The inaugural Festival was held at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2006.
The following flutists have been guest artists in the past:
2006 : Emily Beynon, Felix Renggli (Sydney Conservatorium of Music)
2007 : Marianne Gedigian, Michael Cox, Alexa Still (Sydney Conservatorium of Music)
2009 : Jean Ferrandis, Tara-Helen 'O Connor (Elder Conservatorium of Music, Adelaide)
2011 : Molly Barth, Aldo Baerten, Denis Bouriakov (Australian National University, Canberra)
2013: Roberto Alvarez, Marianne Gedigian, Jim Walker (Australian National University, Canberra)
2015 : Lorna McGhee, Sébastian Jacot, Thies Roorda (Australian National University, Canberra)
2017 : Julien Beaudiment, Leone Buyse, Michael Cox (Griffith University, Brisbane)
2019: Denis Bouriakov, Wissam Boustany, Ian Clarke, Marina Piccinini, Matthias Ziegler (Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney).
The opening date for submitting proposals is Monday 30th April, 2018
The closing date for submitting proposals is Friday 31st August, 2018
Successful candidates will be notified on Wednesday 31st October, 2018
(all dates are EST Australia)
Proposals are welcome from performers and presenters to appear in the Flute Festival Recital Series and Special Interest Workshops. Proposals for Recitals and Workshops should consider the Festival theme ‘Expanding Horizons’. The proposal should include all music to be performed with the full names of the composers, work (with movement titles) and exact timings, including a good estimate for unfinished compositions.
The Festival also seeks three teachers to design, coordinate and run a three session mini-course for the adult learner.
Some of the masterclasses offered will be theme specific: tone, technique, articulation, rhythm, expression, how to practice or exploring a specific style/genre of playing (e.g. - extended technique, beatboxing, low flutes, baroque). To make the masterclasses more interactive for attendees, there should be set repertoire to be performed by delegates interested in performing in the masterclasses.
We are also calling for Australian educators to contribute to the Professional Learning Day.
Applicants should include a current CV, DVD and/or URL links.
The closing date for the submission of proposals is August 31st, 2018.
Successful applicants will be notified by October 31st, 2018.
Proposals should be addressed to:
Australian Flute Festival
140 Sailors Bay Road
Northbridge, NSW 2063