Lorna McGhee, Featured Guest Artist

Scottish-born Lorna McGhee was appointed principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in 2012. Known for her “exceptionally rich and vibrant tone” (Washington Post) Lorna has performed as guest principal with Chicago Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, London Symphony, London Philharmonic, Academy of St-Martin-in-the-Fields, Chamber Orchestra of Europe and has been fortunate to work with conductors such as Haitink, Gergiev, Rattle, Solti, Harnoncourt, Muti and Honeck.

Contributions to WIFF 2017: Young Artist Competition Judge, Masterclass, and Featured Evening Concert

Presenters, Performers, and Judges

Brian Allred Flute Choir Reading

Making Sense of Contemporary Music Through Saariaho and Rayz

Cristina Ballatori Practice 911

Young Artist Competition Judge

Jonathan Borja French Solos from WSMA
Emily Borley  Young Artist Competition Judge
Kyle Dzapo Stories and Insights: How Scholarship Informs Performance
Patricia George Flute Vibrato Explored
Cate Hummel Modern Masters, Hidden Gems

Expressive Warmups

Robert Johnson Vendor Showcase
Timothy Lane Reconfiguring J.S. Bach’s D Major and G Minor Gamba Sonatas

Disentangling Articulation

Dawn Lawler  Collegiate Competition Judge
Berlinda Lopez  Young Artist Competition Judge
Elizabeth Marshall  Young Artist Competition Judge
Laura Medisky  Health Panel
Danilo Mezzadri Spider Log: An Effective Practice Tool
Linda Pereksta Telemann’s 12 Fantasias on a Panoply of Flutes
Cecilia Piehl Price  Circular Breathing, Demystified

Flauta Latina

Les Thimmig  Health Panel
Iva Ugrčić Doina Rotaru – The Voice of Romania
Colleen White Wired: Electroacoustic Music for Flute
UW Madison Flute Studio  Recital by students of Dr. Stephanie Jutt
UW Whitewater Flute Studio  UWW Flute Choir directed by Dr. Cristina Ballatori