Georgia Cooke is currently pursuing her creative expression in the form of composing original music.
Shimmering Silver is the premiere Flute Quartet at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Representing some of the finest talents of the flute studio, these student-professionals are directed, managed, and instructed by professor of flute Alison Brown Sincoff. Shimmering Silver is a multi-faceted organization, engaging in active community service, serving as a hirable agency available to perform for special occasions, and as an educational and competitive ensemble committed to excellence in performance. This group is comprised of first year graduate student N. Kyle Symons, seniors Elizabeth Klein and Christina Wince, and junior Katelyn Kaiser, all of whom are studying flute performance.
For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.shimmeringsilverflutequart…
IV. Thema mit Variationen
What a moment! Japanase Youkie Ota was joined by a butterfly on stage, that seemed to enjoy her playing a lot waving its wings to Sancan’s Sonatine for flute and piano.
Remember, if you are in Odense, you can join the performances too. Find more info at: http://nielsen.odensesymfoni.dk
April 30, 2010:
Inspired by the seminal Afrofuturist, science-fiction writer Octavia Butler, virtuosic flutist and composer Nicole Mitchell evokes a journey into the horrific unknown in “Intergalactic Beings.” Butler’s tale of alien abduction incorporates rape, racism, and slavery into a disturbing story of survival. Mitchell’s musical interpretation was written for her Black Earth Ensemble, an improvising chamber orchestra, and taps the emotional and surreal qualities of Butler’s prose.
For more information, please visit http://www.mcachicago.org.