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Interview with Enrico Sartori

by Yulia Berry Enrico Sartori is a great Italian conductor and wonderful flautist. For the past few years, he has been a flute professor, conductor and vocal teacher at the Northeast Normal University (China). He is also Principal Conductor of the Jilin Youth Baroque Orchestra and Artistic Director of Bella Culture Media, ltd. Enrico Sartori has been an active…

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Connecting with Shanghai, and four new works for flute

by Laura Chislett Accomplished Australian classical and contemporary flute player Laura Chislett reflects on her performances of five recent works of composers Xu Yifan, Anwar Wajidi, Shihui Cui, Lanqing Ding and Liza Lim. Tumbleweed, Moaning, Silence and The Shadow of Flowers: the scheduling of this two-year projectwas extremely fortuitous, though of course I didn’t know this at the time….

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Il Pastore Svizzero (The Swiss Shepherd) by Pietro Morlacchi

by Enrico Sartori Almost every flute player is familiar with Il Pastore Svizzero (The Swiss Shepherd), a short piece for flute and piano written by Pietro Morlacchi.  It’s ofter performed in flute recitals and is generally liked by the audience as well, because it is very pleasant. After a lyric introduction, there is a theme and variations where the…

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