Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely! Several sessions are interactive, and we encourage you to bring your flute(s) along with a music stand.
There are several lots nearby, your best option is the Arts parking lot, along Main St/Business 12. See the campus map for full details.
Yes! Bring cash, check or credit card with you to register and pay at the door. See our registration page for rates.
There are no lockers available in the Greenhill Center of the Arts. We are hoping to offer a coat and bag check that will be staffed during the Festival. The Wisconsin Flute Festival is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Check back for more details.
We are working to arrange for food service to be available in the Greenhill Center of the Arts. You are welcome to bring a lunch as well, or visit a local establishment. Please check back in for details.
Yes. We have dedicated warm-up rooms for all participants. If you are performing or presenting, you will have the option to move to a private warm-up space immediately prior to your start of your session.
The registration and check-in table will be in the main lobby of the Greenhill Center of the Arts. When you check-in you’ll get your Festival badge which you will need to be able to get into sessions. Please keep your badge on you at all times. You’ll also get a program book with details for the entire Festival.
You’re welcome to try instruments right in the exhibit hall. Several rooms have been set aside for private trials to ensure that you have the opportunity try instruments in greater detail.
The evening concert is free and open to the public. During the concert we will also announce competition winners, and draw for several fabulous door prizes! Additional details will be posted as they are confirmed.
Definitely. We’re working on creating opportunities for you to meet Marianne in addition to her masterclass and performance at the evening concert.