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  • ArtSpring Residency - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    to ask a million questions It was great to clarify some of the notations in our parts and find out exactly what she wanted to hear something you don t often have the opportunity to do with a composer living or dead The next day we worked with Linda our choreographer Lori Hamar and two dancers from triPOD dance collective Brandy Baybutt and Matilda Cobanli It was fascinating to watch the dance unfold to the music and so hard to keep your eyes on the page That evening we staged a public presentation something that was difficult to do considering the dancers had only heard the music for the first time that morning We received a really positive response from the audience and what a great audience they were That s what is so great about Salt Spring Island it is such a passionate artistic community The audience was full of past or present dancers artists choreographers musicians lighting designers and sound engineers We felt really honoured to have such wonderful and productive feedback and we all left this experience feeling incredibly motivated and inspired 0 Comments Leave a Reply Author Emily Nagelbach is a flutist in Victoria BC Canada

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/artspring-residency (2016-02-14)
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  • Introducing the Bouchard Project - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    music performance This work will be premiered in Victoria BC in Fall 2013 Our choreographer Lori Hamar has created an indiegogo campaign to raise money for this project Please check it out and lend your support http igg me at bouchard Check back soon for more photos from our residency 0 Comments Leave a Reply Author Emily Nagelbach is a flutist in Victoria BC Canada Welcome Archives August 2015 February

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/introducing-the-bouchard-project (2016-02-14)
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  • January 2013 Student Recital Videos - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    you have forgotten the password click here to send me an email Enjoy 0 Comments Leave a Reply Author Emily Nagelbach is a flutist in Victoria BC Canada Welcome Archives August 2015 February 2014 August 2013 June 2013 March 2013 August 2012 January 2011 Categories All Amy Hamilton Artspring Theatre Brandy Baybutt Continuum Consort Dance Of The Rain Douglas Hensley Elizabeth Macisaac Emily Nagelbach Frank Martin Greg Pattillo Henk Badings

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/january-2013-student-recital-videos (2016-02-14)
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  • National Flute Association Convention - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    however was less thrilled to hear of my new scale and warm up book purchases I was told I should have only purchased more French repertoire I m guessing that s what she s going to request to work on this year surprise surprise On the first day the very first people I ran into as I entered the Convention Center were 3 fellow flutists from the Victoria Conservatory of Music What a small world I shouldn t have been surprised though as we were all heading to a performance of new works by Canadian Composers performed by Mark Takehashi McGregor and Jessica Raposo who I attended the University of British Columbia with and Amy Hamilton who was my amazing teacher at Wilfrid Laurier University It was the perfect way to start the convention Highlights from the convention included a session on technology with Jim Walker Nina Perlove and Linda D Howard an introduction to beatboxing on your flute with Greg Pattillo and the NFA Pedagogy Committee Teacher s Breakfast with Walfrid Kujala If you love the flute you should definitely book a flight to attend next year s convention in New Orleans Louisiana Mark and I at UBC Generally

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/national-flute-association-convention (2016-02-14)
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  • Upcoming Continuum Consort Recital! - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    between 1944 and 1984 We have been very busy rehearsing for this concert there is a lot of new music to learn What I like most about this concert is that although the music is modern by definition it is very lyrical and accessible for the audience The poetry is fantastic and the music isn t bad either Check out the Continuum Consort s website for more info 0 Comments

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/first-post (2016-02-14)
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  • Blog Archives - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    also as a resource for students from other places It s starting small but it s finally out there I would like to introduce Lavender Music Studio Please check it out and let me know what you think www lavendermusicstudio ca 0 Comments Author Emily Nagelbach is a flutist in Victoria BC Canada Welcome Archives August 2015 February 2014 August 2013 June 2013 March 2013 August 2012 January 2011 Categories

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/archives/08-2015 (2016-02-14)
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  • Blog Archives - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    download to keep If you have forgotten the password send me an email Recital Videos 0 Comments Author Emily Nagelbach is a flutist in Victoria BC Canada Welcome Archives August 2015 February 2014 August 2013 June 2013 March 2013 August 2012 January 2011 Categories All Amy Hamilton Artspring Theatre Brandy Baybutt Continuum Consort Dance Of The Rain Douglas Hensley Elizabeth Macisaac Emily Nagelbach Frank Martin Greg Pattillo Henk Badings Jessica

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/archives/02-2014 (2016-02-14)
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  • Blog Archives - Emily Nagelbach, flute
    the chance to ask a million questions It was great to clarify some of the notations in our parts and find out exactly what she wanted to hear something you don t often have the opportunity to do with a composer living or dead The next day we worked with Linda our choreographer Lori Hamar and two dancers from triPOD dance collective Brandy Baybutt and Matilda Cobanli It was fascinating to watch the dance unfold to the music and so hard to keep your eyes on the page That evening we staged a public presentation something that was difficult to do considering the dancers had only heard the music for the first time that morning We received a really positive response from the audience and what a great audience they were That s what is so great about Salt Spring Island it is such a passionate artistic community The audience was full of past or present dancers artists choreographers musicians lighting designers and sound engineers We felt really honoured to have such wonderful and productive feedback and we all left this experience feeling incredibly motivated and inspired 0 Comments Author Emily Nagelbach is a flutist in Victoria BC Canada Welcome

    Original URL path: http://www.emilynagelbach.ca/news/archives/08-2013 (2016-02-14)
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