Masterclasses will be held daily and are intended for flutists seeking to grow as musicians, improve technique and looking for performance opportunities while enjoying a culturally stimulating setting with other instrumentalists.
Classes will provide instruction on how to build your own chamber ensemble and career in music. Coachings on solo and chamber repertoire will help students present more creative and interpretive performances. Students will present this repertoire in live recitals in Hungary. Classes will also cover topics such as:
Tone and Technical Development
Improving Breath Control
... and more.
Angela Massey’s debut album has been described as “beautiful and enchanting, the performances on this CD are magical!” by Jeanne Baxtresser, former principal flute of the New York Philharmonic. As a soloist, she has been a featured guest artist with the Tryon Concert Association, Kosciuszko Foundation in New York City, River Center for the Performing Arts Legacy Hall, and National Flute Association Convention. Outside of the United States, she has performed in England, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, and Switzerland. In regard to chamber music, she serves as Artistic Director and founder of the Astralis Chamber Ensemble arranging and performing numerous recitals each year.
She holds a flute and piccolo position with the Southwest Florida Symphony. She was awarded prizes in the Alexander and Buono Competition, Frank Bowen Competition, Myrna Brown Competition, and certificate in the Gheorghe Dima International Competition in Romania. Her instructors have been Alberto Almarza, Jeanne Baxtresser, Martha Kitterman, Jack Wellbaum, and Brooks de Wetter-Smith. She received a Certificate in Advanced Flute Studies from Carnegie Mellon University, Master of Music degree from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and Bachelor of Music degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
For more information, visit www.angelamasseyflute.com