Best Flutists podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Flute 360
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Welcome! Through the Flute 360 podcast, we incorporate a panoramic view of flute-related topics for the modern-day musician!
 
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Flute Unscripted
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Feel inspired as you listen to candid conversations with musicians, makers, and masters that walk through the door at Flute Center of New York. Join Caity Massoud as she sits down with famous flutists and gets some insight into their lives, passions, struggles, and hopes for the future. Season 1 features Emily Beynon, Nicola Mazzanti, Stefan Hoskuldsson, Emi Ferguson, Demarre McGill, Conor Nelson, Carol Wincenc, and Jean Ferrandis.
 
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Attitude
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Open Format Duo DJ from FranceE V E R Y P I E C E I S A R T .I T ' SA L L A B O U T A T T I T U D E .Worldwide:booking@itsaboutattitude.frPromo:contact@itsaboutattitude.frhttp://itsaboutattitude.frWho is "Attitude" ? Two real friends, in love with the music, making a duo DJ & duo of producers based in France.Anthony Lee, former dancer & choreographer. He has dancing for some names like Tyga, Major Lazer, Busy Signal ... Deejaying with energy since 2015 with his partner.Lattimore, guitarist, ...
 
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Be Your Own Manager
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Be Your Own Manager is a career podcast for classical musicians from the former CEO and Artistic Director of the Vienna Concert House, Bernhard Kerres. Learn how to win your next engagement, how to build up a fan base, and how to market yourself. The podcast is an extension to the career handbook for classical musicians, Be Your Own Manager, which Bernhard co-authored with Bettina Mehne.More about the podcast and the book on www.be-your-own-manager. com and www.hellostage.com.You can also su ...
 
The Learn Flute Podcast will show you tips and tricks on how to make the most while learning how to play the flute. You will learn skills and important details on how to play the musical instrument flute. You want to sound great as you learn flute, and Rebecca will show you how. Learn from the experts at Learn Flute Online. LearnFluteOnline LearnFlutePodcast
 
Live Performances by flutist Carmen Maret and guitarist Andrew Bergeron of the Folias Duo
 
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Illuminating Music
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For the past 10 years Art of Élan has been pioneering unique chamber music events and bringing the excitement of classical music to diverse audiences. Created by violinist Kate Hatmaker and flutist Demarre McGill, Art of Élan is continually expanding the scope of classical music in San Diego through innovative, one-hour programming in unique performance venues. This podcast offers in-depth views into the composers and their compositions which Art of Élan is continually presenting to add vigo ...
 
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VSM: Flute Lessons
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Virtual Sheet Music's Flute Lessons Videos give you flute lessons and flute insights from our flute expert Florence Estrin in the unique Flute Show. If you are a flutist, flute teacher, a flute student or simply a flute enthusiast, these videos are for you.
 
David Summer plays Selected Duets for Flute. Using his home recording studio, David has recorded some of the duets from the book Selected Duets for Flute, Volume 1 Edited by H.Voxman. These flute duets are standard learning material for flute students taking flute lessons and can be fun to play for all flutists. In addition to being educational, the duets can also be used by two flutes in performance. They are especially effective for wedding ceremonies, church services and other occasions c ...
 
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San Diego Sessions
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Your inside perspective on the San Diego jazz scene. Join your hosts Ian Tordella and Ed Kornhauser each week for new music and in-depth interviews with San Diego artists.
 
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Whole Note
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Interviews with movers and shakers in Twin Cities classical music. Hosted by Matt Peiken and MNuet.com.
 
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A recent article on Artsy.net cited a study that not your creativity but friends make you famous - at least that seemed to have been the case at the beginning of the 20th century when abstract art emerged. Bernhard Kerres takes this study as a starting point to ponder what that could mean for classical musicians. Also some first information on ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 55: “Tips for Doublers with Tereasa Payne” (56:14) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Tereasa Payne who is a doubler, teacher, and volunteer! Tereasa discusses her background, offers resources for doublers, and answers three social media questions from a multi-instrumentalist student. Check out today’s episode to hear all ...…
 
Social Media becomes crowded and overrated. Although we all spend - too - much time on it, its value for communicating with fans is diminishing. Bernhard Kerres points out that Playlists on Spotify and other platforms might be a much more effective social media tool for musicians to bond with their fans. Also in the podcast the reminder of the ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 54: “Tips for Doublers with Dr. Ellen Kaner” (39:43) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Dr. Ellen Kaner who has a multi-faceted career. Not only is she a teacher and a flutist, but she is also a multi-instrumentalist. Listen to today’s episode to hear Dr. Kaner’s advice on how to switch between the different woodwind instr ...…
 
Selena Gomez & J Balvin - I Can't Get Enough (Attitude Remix) 🛏️I T ' S A L L A B O U T A T T I T U D E ,E V E R Y P I E C E I S A-R-T .
 
Staying motivated for the non-musical work can be challenging. Asking someone for something might even be daunting. Still, it is part of a musician's life. Bernhard Kerres talks about why asking is always better than not asking and how to deal with negative energy. Also in the podcast the reminder of the online workshop with Marie-Luise Dingler ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 53: “Tips for Doublers with Jon Rice” (1:06:17) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Jon Rice about being a multi-instrumentalist. Jon’s primary instrument is the saxophone, but he also plays the flute, clarinet, oboe, and bassoon. He gives valuable suggestions for doublers who need help transitioning between instruments and ...…
 
Malaa - Addiction (Attitude Remix) 🚬I T ' S A L L A B O U T A T T I T U D E ,E V E R Y P I E C E I S A-R-T .Download for free on The Artist Union
 
Today Bernhard Kerres is answering a question we got via Instagram. How do you start your career as a conductor? It isn't an easy question but Bernhard's answer holds some valuable information not only for conductors but generally for musicians. Listening, performing and networking. Also in the podcast the reminder of the online workshop with M ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 52: “One-Year Anniversary Celebration” (20:43) In today’s episode, Heidi discusses Flute 360 updates, upcoming series, and personal updates. Please consider sharing the Flute 360 platform with your flute friends, colleagues, teachers, and, or students. Within Flute 360's first year, the support has been overwhelming and the ...…
 
Performing outside of concert halls might be shocking for some. But Bernhard Kerres takes you through the example of a leadership course for business managers he regularly does with the wonderful Alauda Quartet for London Business School. The quartet not only gets to perform but is an integral part of the workshop interacting with participants ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 51: “Published Flutists with Mark Sparks” (1:08:46) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with flutist and teacher, Mark Sparks, who is the principal flutist of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Heidi and Mark talk about his flute books and discuss the creative process. Check out today’s episode to hear all the details! Episode 51 ...…
 
Setbacks are inevitable. So it is good to find our own way to deal with it. Bernhard Kerres talks about his five steps to work through setbacks. If you like that podcast, do support it: www.patreon.com/bernhardkerres. You can order the book, Be Your Own Manager, on Amazon or on www.beyourownmanager.com.…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 50: “Published Flutists with Marianne Gedigian” (41:02) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with flutist and teacher, Marianne Gedigian, about her book, “The Survival of the Flutist.” Topics such as creativity, vulnerability, and permissibility are mentioned throughout the ladies’ conversation. To hear more about Marianne’s book ...…
 
Celebrating women is one thing. Changing the inequalities in classical music is a second one. Bernhard Kerres talks about what all musicians and presenters can do to increase the equality in classical music. If you like that podcast, you can support it on https://www.patreon.com/bernhardkerres. Thank you!…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 49: “Published Flutists with Dr. Terri Sánchez” (44:28) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with flutist and teacher, Dr. Terri Sánchez. The ladies discuss Terri’s process of writing her two books, flute-practicing ideas, and the creative process. Stay-tuned for Episode 57, which will air on April 27, 2019 where Heidi talks with ...…
 
Have you ever been ghosted? Ghosting is a term in dating when people you were in contact with suddenly stop all communication without an explanation. But ghosting also happens in business. And you might have ghosted a lot of people. Time to change that. Furthermore, Marie-Luise Dingler of The Twiolins introduces the Progressive Classical Music ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 48: “Published Flutists with Dr. Kyle Dzapo” (35:32) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with flutist, educator, and scholar Dr. Kyle Dzapo. The ladies discuss Kyle’s process from the proposal, to writing the chapters, and to the editing phase. Listen to today’s episode to hear insightful advice from Kyle and hear about the less ...…
 
We often focus on performing at a new concert hall, singing in yet another opera house, or approaching a festival which is new to us. And we entirely forget that there are people who have already hired us for concerts and performances before. It is much easier to build on an existing relationship than to foster new ones. You need to focus on re ...…
 
Clarinetist, saxophonist, and vocalist Chloe Feoranzo takes a moment from her busy touring schedule to discuss her New Orleans-based all women ensemble the Shake Em Up Jazz Band as well as her work with Postmodern Jukebox, among other projects. She’s done San Diego proud!
 
Jake and Gabe Fridkis are the Flute Bros—literally brothers that grew up loving music and following their dream to become professional flutists. And dreams do come true. With Jake’s position of Principal Flute of the Fort Worth Symphony and Gabe’s recent win of the Assistant Principal seat, they are the first all sibling principals section in a ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 47: “Competition Repertoire Guides with Peter Senchuk” (54:50) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with composer Peter Senchuk about his Sonata for Flute and Piano (2016) in great detail. Peter talks about the overall idea of his sonata, the premiere of the work, and Heidi offers some performance suggestions. Part Two of Peter’s ...…
 
The Brazilian-Scottish flutist Daniela Mars is not only a rising star on her instrument but also an influencer on Instagram. She shares her passion for music, contemporary music and the bass flute with her over 33,000 followers -> @danielamarsflute. She was able to inspire some of her followers to write short pieces for the bass flute. The firs ...…
 
Poised, gracious, and sincere: these are just a few words that describe flutist Christina Jennings as both a person and a performer. It is no surprise that students flock to the University of Colorado Boulder to study with the Associate Professor of Flute. Christina is invested in a holistic approach to flute playing and in fostering community.…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 46: “Competition Repertoire Guides with Matt Smith & Christine Beard” (1:17:09) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Matt Smith and Christine Beard about Matt’s composition, Sonata No. 2 for Piccolo and Piano. Both composer and piccoloist go into great detail about each movement. Heidi suggests that you listen with your scor ...…
 
How often do patrons come up to you and say that they don't understand music? One of the - difficult - tasks of musicians is to communicate about music with audiences, not in an academic way but rather a meaningful one for them. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor
 
There are a lot of things that make Flutronix special. Allison Loggins-Hull and Nathalie Joachim are a flute duo changing the perception of what the flute can do and how it can sound through new compositions, exploration of genres, and use of electronic music. Together, Flutronix has released four albums, has collaborations and broadcasts aroun ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 45: “Competition Repertoire Guides with Amy Porter” (40:41) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Amy Porter (University of Michigan) about the piece, “East Wind” by Shulamit Ran and Telemann’s Fantasie in A Major. Both pieces are repertoire requirements for TFS’ Myrna Brown Competition. Amy goes into great detail about these ...…
 
In the latest career podcast for classical musicians, Bernhard Kerres speaks about how to enhance the concert experience for audiences with a few simple tricks. He also addresses how to prepare for competitions, especially getting used to do videos early on. Reach out with ideas, questions and suggestions at www.hellostage.com.…
 
Nico Duchamp has made it his mission to carry on the French flute tradition. The French flutist, performer, and educator believes we owe quite a lot to the composers of the Paris Conservatory test pieces, the nuance of the language and its influence on articulation, and the overall refined French style.…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 44: “Competition Repertoire Guides with Jake Fridkis” (57:22) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Jake Fridkis who is the principal flutist with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. We talk about specific repertoire requirements for NFA and TFS competitions that are approaching. Repertoire includes Telemann’s Fantasie in A Ma ...…
 
Andrea Fisher, also known as Fluterscooter, has followed her many interests over the years no matter how far off the beaten path they may be. The Juilliard trained flutist and Powell artist came by the Flute Center to give a talk on entrepreneurship and reveal some of the ins and outs of starting your own business, including making contacts, ne ...…
 
When thinking about the future it is better to envision it and then looking back than staring at it and not knowing how to reach one's goals. The Self Coaching process is taken from the book, Be Your Own Manager, and extended with the element of expectations from family and friends. The US Shutdown opened the doors of many museums and symphonie ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 43: “Kathy Blocki, Inventor of the Pneumo Pro” (28:10) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Kathy Blocki who is a flutist, teacher, and inventor of the Pneumo Pro! Heidi and Kathy talk about her process, obstacles along the way, the product and what solutions it resolves. Check-out today’s episode for more details! Episode 4 ...…
 
Having an elevator pitch is crucial for young musicians to learn how to differentiate themselves and communicate successfully about who they are and what they do. Believing that classical music can comment on current political campaigns HELLO STAGE started crowdfunding for a BREXIT Fanfare. And news on the signing of young conductors Gemma New ...…
 
Valerie Coleman was creative long before learning how to play the flute. At a young age, she started to write music down and began writing symphonies by the time she was 11. Since then, Valerie Coleman has established her career as the flutist and resident composer of the wind quintet, Imani Winds. Valerie shared with me more about collaboratio ...…
 
In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Hans Kuijt who is a saxophonist, flutist, teacher, and inventor of lefreQue! Heidi and Hans talk about his process, obstacles along the way, and the product and what solutions it resolves. Check-out today’s episode for more details! Episode 42 – Main Points: 1:29 – Welcome! 1:40 – Amsterdam, Netherlands 2:12 ...…
 
Seth Morris is the newly appointed Co-Principal Flute of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Seth’s passion for opera and ballet music has afforded him a depth of knowledge that came in handy at his audition for the Principal Flute position at the MET. I was fascinated to learn more from Seth about how the day he won his dream job went and his pl ...…
 
Be more social in social media, start sharing and share a bit more about yourself. Vienna will see massive leadership changes in its leading cultural institutions in 2020. Will it make Vienna more innovative?
 
Flute 360 | Episode 41: “Ho-Fan Lee, Thumbport Inventor” (37:22) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Ho-Fan Lee who is not only the inventor of the Thumbport, but also a flutist and engineer! Heidi and Ho-Fan talk about his creative process, resources that he utilized, and obstacles he overcame while creating and producing the Thumbport. You c ...…
 
Amy Porter was a perfect choice for our live episode. She admits she is most comfortable being center stage and star of the show, one of the many reasons she ultimately left her position with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and pursued a solo career. Amy graciously answered questions and let us pick her brain about all things performance, career ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 40: “An Interview with Mark Dooly” (43:05) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Mark Dooly who is the inventor of the Win-D-Fender and a music teacher in the Fort Worth area. Dooly and other team members have worked tirelessly to create and design the Win-D-Fender with the flutist in mind. Check out today’s episode to hear D ...…
 
Flutist Holly Hofmann sits down with us to discuss her storied career, the various jazz series she’s produced in San Diego and beyond, and her mentoring to up-and-coming female musicians.
 
In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Joey who is a composer, pianist, and an educator who currently lives in Houston, Texas. They talk about his compositional process, how music is a great creative outlet, and his commission for the Myrna Brown competition (TFS)! Listen to today’s episode to hear more! Episode 39 – Main Points: 0:54 – Welcome! ...…
 
Have you made your plans for 2019 yet? Bernhard Kerres has a few tips for you. Furthermore Bernhard talks about the equal pay case at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. For links go to www,hellostage,com This podcast is sponsored by Anchor
 
Flute 360 | Episode 38: “An Interview with Dr. Matthew Santa” In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Dr. Matthew Santa who is Professor of Music Theory and Chair of the Music Theory and Composition Area at the Texas Tech University School of Music (Lubbock, Texas, USA). Matt talks about his compositional process, his Sonata for Flute and Piano, a ...…
 
Sahara Grim came by to play some tracks off her latest EP Current of Being
 
Enjoy the #classicalbuzz news roundup of classical music news from around the world. Esa-Pekka Salonen is heading back to California. Osmo Vänskä leaves Minnesota. Daniele Gatti got a quick contract in Rome. The Aldeburgh Festival won some of the most innovative musicians for the 2019 edition. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 37: “An Interview with Valerie Coleman” (40:37) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Professor Valerie Coleman who is a flutist, composer, and teacher. In August of 2018, she was appointed as Assistant Professor of Performance, Chamber Music, and Entrepreneurship at Frost School of Music in Miami, Florida! Today, Heidi and V ...…
 
Flute 360 | Episode 36: “An Interview with Gary Schocker” (42:32) In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Gary Schocker who is a flutist, composer, teacher, pianist, and harpist. Topics include music education, compositional process, and musicality. Check out today’s episode to hear more! Episode 36 – Main Points: 1:26 – Welcome! 1:28 – Question 1 ...…
 
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