Thanks to Samuel McNeish of The Telegram for writing such a thoughtful article that highlights some cool life moments and projects. It brought me to tears to read this. This sure has been one crazy adventure! Warms my heart to see the Ali Ryerson Gemeinhardt Musical Instruments alto flute featured in this picture. None of this would be happening right now without my supportive family of fans and friends. Thank you so much! Visit: https://www.thetelegram.com/living/rozalind-macphail-earns-ecma-nomination-for-love-and-let-be-takes-to-road-for-shows-workshops-299459/?fbclid=IwAR1cIzxY7bbwpl138RP8aTR92URfnMqKgUdg637PAnboOz6SSsiMsxKgyNs
Our electroacoustic album, LOVE AND LET BE has been nominated for an East Coast Music Association (ECMA) Award!!! We are truly touched our act of love has been nominated for this. Wow!!!
Co-Producer, Terry Barrow and I are busy in the Protosleep recording studio, working on a new electronic album, GET YOUR FLUTE ON. We are collaborating with electronic music producers from Canada, Sweden, Spain, Germany and Argentina. More details coming soon!
It was a real treat to record multiple flute tracks for Swedish film composer, Oscar Fogelström. Check out NORDIC NATURE on Universal Music Production: https://www.universalproductionmusic.com/en-se/discover/albums/17435/NordicNature
We’re excited to share LOVE AND LET BE. This labour of love will be available for free download on Bandcamp for the entire month of March. Download it here:
It’s an exciting day for this flute looper, a moment I’ve been working towards for many months now. I begin the first of three new recording projects which will have me digging into completely new territory and collaborating with people I greatly admire. We’re combining: two of my favourite instruments (a gorgeous Gemeinhardt Musical Instruments effected alto flute and omnichord), my favourite poem (“The Invitation” by Canadian author, Oriah Mountain Dreamer), one seriously inspiring yoga instructor (Jenn King of Moksha Yoga Halifax) and one of our favourite practices, Yin Yoga.
Happy New Year! I’m writing to you from snowy St. John’s after returning from an inspiring time composing and performing in North Carolina. Exciting plans are in the works for 2018. I’ll be touring Eastern Canada in the Spring and North Carolina in June. I have some fun festival dates lined up for the summer and will share news about that soon. Spending most of the winter getting cozy recording and teaching in my music studio. My goal for 2018? To live with extraordinary effortlessness in ALL endeavours! Have a stellar 2018. You deserve it.