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Passion Flute

Passion Flute 2023

July 14-17, 2023

Foundations for Creative Performing

Four innovative teachers and virtuosic performing artists present a 4-day, high-energy Passion Flute 2023. Enhance your individual skills and explore your artistic personality through creative foundations and fundamentals, masterclasses, morning warm-ups, workshops, meditation, flute orchestra, and chamber ensembles. Rediscover your PASSION for music and the flute!

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Artist Teachers

Who should attend?

Advanced high school to college undergraduate and graduate, professional, and flutists of all ages who are ready to be inspired, challenged, and move to the next level of musicianship and artistry. (Audition recording required for performer and participant categories; see registration form)

Seminar Information

*Does not include Meals or Housing

  • PERFORMER (limited to 12): $600*
    Performers are involved in all aspects of Passion Flute: Two Masterclass performances, warm-ups, Appassionata Flute Orchestra, chamber ensembles, recitals, one private lesson with Nicole Molumby and workshops. You will gain technical and artistic insights and inspiration from passionate master teachers.
    Announcing the Appassionata Flute Orchestra—an exciting opportunity for flute orchestra enthusiasts to attend Passion Flute 2023! Designed for the advanced amateur, university student, and professional flutist, the Appassionata Flute Orchestra will perform a variety of challenging flute choir repertoire. Join us for a high-energy experience to enhance your ensemble skills through daily rehearsals and performances with ZAWA! and on the final Passion Flute Concert. AFO Participants also have the opportunity to participate in morning warm-ups, and attend masterclasses, daily workshops, and recitals.

Chamber Ensembles

Passion Flute Performers will refine collaborative skills in trios, quartets, or quintets. From day one to the final concerts, groups will learn a new piece to build a musically and technically outstanding performance. In addition, you will add your creative juices to the mix and give us a “show” in the best sense of the word!

Boise, Idaho

Boise is one of the most geographically desirable cities in the nation and prides itself on its homegrown culture, businesses, education and outdoor amenities. The Boise Greenbelt runs more than 25 miles along the Boise River past downtown and the Boise State Campus. From the Bogus Basin Mountain Resort to a brand-new Whitewater Park, the city’s network of parks, trails and open space help ensure that access to Idaho’s great outdoors will remain a key element of the Boise lifestyle. The city is home to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Treefort Music Fest, the Boise Philharmonic and the Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts, and much more. Boise hosts two farmers’ markets downtown and a fabulous menu of local and national restaurant options, from food trucks and steak houses to unique international cuisine.

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Housing, Parking and Food Plans (Optional)

  • Housing = 5 nights and 4 days $200.00
  • Meals = $250 three meals/4 days on campus
  • Parking = $15 for Brady Garage permit for 4 days

Deadline for reserving housing is Monday, June 12, by 8:30 p.m. MT.

Additional information and questions can be directed to Nicole Molumby

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