The 2009 World Flute Fest will take place in New York City.
The Bach & Beyond Concert will be held at the beautiful Rose Studio at Lincoln Center on August 12th at 8:00pm.
Profits will benefit Food for Life Global www.ffl.org
and In Defense of Animals www.idausa.org

Tickets: $35 at the door or $30 via www.ffl.org

Limited seating so advance tickets are recommended!
The Rose Studio is located in the Rose Building, 165 West 65th Street, New York, 10023
Entrance from street-level escalator near the northeast corner of 65th St. and Amsterdam Ave. The Rose Studio is on the 10th floor.

Flutists:
Grammy-nominated Marco Granados, Carol Alban, Skip Healy and others

Pianist: Grammy-nominated Matt Herskowitz

Guitarist: Bert Lams (California Guitar Trio)

Bassist: Mat Fieldes

Drummer: David Rozenblatt

Cellist: Jihyun Kim

Violinist: Eric Bate

Grammy-nominated Mad Fusion Trio

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Check back soon for festival info and an updated list of performers!



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The 2008 WORLD FLUTE FEST CONCERT
was a benefit for In Defense of Animals www.idausa.org and took place at the beautiful Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Saturday, September 27th at 8:30pm.

2008 WORLD FLUTE FEST
Featured Flutists:
Carol Alban, Robert Dick, Marco Granados, Silver Flute
Skip Healy, Irish Wooden Flute
Ann Licater, Native American Flute
Bassam Saba, Ney Flute
James Nyoraku Schlefer, Shakuhachi
Nancy Tyler, Silver Flute
The San Francisco Flute Quartet

Other Performers:
Pianists: Taylor Eigsti, Matt Herskowitz, Elaine Kwon
Guitarists: Bert Lams, George Cole
Percussionists: April Centrone, Neil Ochoa
Paradiso: Didgeridoo Harish Raghavan: Upright Bass
The Fluteville Flute Choir
Alvenson Moore, Baritone
and Jacquelyn Familant, Soprano

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The 2007 WORLD FLUTE FEST Benefit for I.D.A. took place on Saturday, November 3rd at the magnificent Chapel of the Chimes at 4499 Piedmont Ave. in Oakland, California.

The 2007 WFF featured the following flutists:
Ravichandra Kulur (Indian Bansuri player who tours with Ravi Shankar and Anoushka Shankar), Skip Healy (Internationally-acclaimed Irish Wooden Flute Player and Maker), Roger Glenn (Jazz Legend, has played and recorded with Chick Corea, Cal Tjader and other jazz greats), Carol Alban (Composer, and Principal Flutist, Bay Area Chamber Symphony), Stephen Schultz (Baroque Flutist and Professor at Carnegie Mellon University), Nancy Tyler (Principal Flutist, Oakland New Music Ensemble), Philip Gelb (Japanese Shakuhachi), Tom Bickley (Recorder), Ann Licater (Native American and World Flutes), Eliyahu Sills (Ney), Eric Fraser (Bansuri), Tim Barsky (Beat-boxing Flutist), and Nayo Ulloa (Virtuoso Andean flute player).

Guest Musicians:
Pauline Oliveros (Legendary Composer and Accordionist),
Kai Eckhardt (Bass, John McLaughlin Trio, Summit, Garaj Mahal), Michael Land (Guitarist/Composer), Teed Rockwell (Chapman stick), Cellist Suellen Primost, Phoenix Rising, Karen Stackpole (Percussion, Gongs), Pianist/Composer Bill Susman, Alvenson Moore (jazz vocalist), the San Francisco Flute Quartet, Flock of Flutes, the Fluteville Youth Flute Choir and others.

Featured Artists also performed with the Bay Area Chamber Symphony at the Main Festival Concert at 1:30pm.


This event was part of the Daniel Pearl World Music Days as we unite musicians and music lovers.

Questions or comments may be sent to
worldflutefest@aol.com

The 2007 World Flute Fest was generously sponsored by the Lifemark Group and A & G Music in Oakland.
www.lifemarkgroup.com www.agmusic.com