14th Annual Wisconsin Flute Festival
March 4, 2017 8am-7pm, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St
The Wisconsin Flute Festival (WIFF) is a one-day educational event for flute players and enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Attendees have the opportunity to meet and network with other Midwest flute players and teachers, participate in hands-on classes and workshops, perform in solo and group settings, and access exhibitors and vendors of flutes and flute-related merchandise, as well as enjoy performances from a wide variety of professional musicians including a concert featuring Lorna McGhee.
The Wisconsin Flute Festival is a great opportunity to connect with and learn from the fantastically talented flute community of Wisconsin, and beyond. Flute faculty, students, and performers from the entire Midwest region will enjoy an inspiring day of education and fun in the beautiful Pyle Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Flutist Lorna McGhee in Concert: Landscapes and Love Songs
Principal Flutist, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, March 04, 2017 5 p.m. Public Invited - Free
Mosse Humanities Building
Scottish-born Lorna McGhee is the principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and a member of the flute faculty at Carnegie Mellon University. Known for her “exceptionally rich and vibrant tone,” McGhee has performed and recorded extensively. In this free concert, McGhee will present a varied program with the theme of "Landscapes and Love Songs." Presented by Madison Flute Club and the UW-Madison Flute Studio.