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Nancy Stagnitta Masterclass & Powell Showcase

Flute Center Presents

Nancy Stagnitta Masterclass: Performing with Confidence: A Mind/Body Approach

Powell Showcase

Live at FC | Thursday, February 8, 2024 | 6PM ET

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Attention college students! Flute Center is excited to welcome Nancy Stagnitta for a Masterclass about Performing with Confidence: A Mind/Body Approach and Powell Flutes for a showcase!

Sponsored by Powell Flutes

Powell Showcase: 4PM ET

Masterclass: 6PM ET

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Praised for her "brilliance and beauty of tone" by the Baltimore Sun, Powell Artist Nancy Stagnitta is a leading crossover artist as both classical flutist and jazz artist, with concert engagements and masterclass appearances in Africa, Europe, Asia, and across the U.S.  She recently served on the jury for the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, and appeared as a guest artist at the Sir James Galway’s International Festival and the Clazz International Music Festival in Italy.  She also gave the Asian premier of David Amram's "Giants of the Night" Flute Concerto with the China National Symphony in Beijing.  Appointed as U.S.I.A. Artistic Ambassador to Africa in 1997, she presented concerts and masterclasses in Angola, Botswana, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique and Namibia.

Her album with Grammy Award winning jazz pianist and composer Bob James, “In the Chapel in the Moonlight,” has garnered acclaim across musical genres.  She has recorded for Capstone Records and was featured on the Voice of America Broadcast Network and American Public Media's Performance Today,

Stagnitta currently serves as Instructor of Flute at Interlochen Arts Academy and principal flutist with the Traverse Symphony and Great Lakes Chamber Orchestras, and formerly served as piccoloist with the Baltimore and Sarasota Opera Orchestras.  She earned her degrees from the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, where she received the Ashworth Prize. Her teachers include Robert Willoughby and Timothy Day.

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