The Texas Flute Society will hold its 40th Annual Texas Flute Festival Thursday through Saturday, May 18 – 20, 2017, on the campus of Texas Woman’s University in Denton, TX. The Festival is a performance opportunity for flutists of all ages and abilities. Recitals, seminars, masterclasses and flute choirs are scheduled for Friday evening, May 19, and Saturday, May 20. Exhibits will be open all day Saturday.
Each Festival participant will play for a recognized flute specialist who will provide constructive commentary. Participants may record their performances and the specialists’ comments with their own recording devices. The Flute Festival is not a contest and no ratings are given. However, Outstanding and Honor performers are recognized.
The 32nd Annual Myrna W. Brown Artist Competition will be held in Denton on the campus of Texas Woman’s University with semi-finals on Thursday, May 18, and finals on Friday, May 19. The final round of the 5th Annual Donna Marie Haire Young Artist Competition will be held on Saturday, May 20, at Texas Woman’s University. These competitions are open to the public, but normal festival fees are required to attend the final round.
Flutists (junior high school level and above) who are interested in performing in Masterclasses given by Viviana Guzman, Nestor Torres, Timothy Hagen must apply using the Masterclass Competition form.
For more information about the competitions, click here.
For more information about the festival, click here.