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  • Salty Composers and How to Avoid Them by Nicole Chamberlain

    Working with a living composer may not be something everyone got to experience in school, and if so - it may have been with a student composer who was still learning and stumbling along the way just like everyone else going through the learning process. So let’s start fresh shall we? I’ve been fortunate that I…
  • #FluteMarchMadness *Update- End of Week 1

    March Madness, but make it flute! That’s right, it’s time for #FluteMarchMadness. We have ranked the flute excerpts from the “Orchestral Excerpts for Flute” and it’s time to fill out your bracket for your favorite excerpts.
  • Spring is on the Horizon

    After days and weeks where it felt like the snow would never end, not able to remember the last time the temperature was above 0-degrees Fahrenheit, the sun finally poked out from behind the clouds. The snow and ice began to melt and for the first time in months I took a walk outside while…
  • Flute Mask!

  • #FluteMarchMadness

    March Madness, but make it flute! That’s right, it’s time for #FluteMarchMadness. We have ranked the flute excerpts from the “Orchestral Excerpts for Flute” and it’s time to fill out your bracket for your favorite excerpts. Download yours here, fill it out, and post it to Facebook and/or Instagram using the hashtag #flutemarchmadness. BONUS GIVEAWAY:…
  • Motivation vs. Inspiration

    By Chelsea Tanner As a mindset coach I get asked very often, “How can I stay motivated?” Motivation is tricky and it is something I’ve been thinking a lot about. It is literally coming up with motives or reasons we believe in and are compelling enough to take action. Now, this can be positive OR…