Since COVID-19 hit, I’ve been wondering if I would ever find an opportunity to perform the Canadian Premiere of my newest audio-visual project, DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR in a real theatre. The answer is YES! I will be performing this precious project at the Rotary Arts Centre as we stream it live for CB Nuit. CB Nuit will be a digital arts festival this year and is happening from September 18 – 20, 2020. I’ll also be giving my first interactive artist talk, FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY. Really looking forward to sharing stories about my career and helping inspire others to aim for their biggest dreams – no matter what the obstacle. More details coming soon.
St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival
Tack to Swedish press, NA for writing about the World Premiere of “Don’t Let Me Fall Too Far” which happens at Live at Heart next week: https://www.na.se/artikel/kanadensisk-artist-gor-varldspremiar-i-orebro-det-kanns-jatteskoj-att-hon-kommer-tillbaka?fbclid=IwAR1UioMYdDU92MHch_vdg_VnYzIjZIq-3dNAon69jr-zW2Evj9M8MLEWbao
“It reminds me of the type of ethereal sound explored by artists like Kate Bush…The idea of this record being intended for live looping performance by a solo artist continues to haunt my listening experience; I really want to see that show.” Click here to read the review
Have you heard the new album yet? Give ‘er a WHIRL on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4FmxiEngyCsJ6NaXdi8zUf
For many years, I’ve been applying to showcase at Contact East through the Atlantic Presenters Association. This conference is the best opportunity for showcasing what I do in front of over 150 international, national and regional presenters. I’ve been invited to pitch “Flute Loops & Film”!!! Looks like this Gemeinhardt Musical Instruments flute looper is going to perform sweet sweet music to silent film for a 3rd time this year. I could not feel more grateful! An opportunity to take my audio-visual show to more theatres, schools and music festivals – where my heart is!
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
Really excited to hit the road this week to perform at the Stephenville Winter Jazz Festival at the Stephenville Arts and Culture Centre on Sat Feb 9th! If you have friends in Stephenville, help us spread the word! For more info, visit: https://artsandculturecentre.com/stephenville/Online/default.asp?doWork::WScontent::loadArticle=Load&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::article_id=893B7DB0-6323-48FF-82A5-2E8F8C483634
Thanks to Alex Cook of The East for the press love! ‘The Gaze’ – Live in Halifax. Shot during the East Coast Music Association (ECMA)? Conference. Warms my heart. Visit: http://www.theeastmag.com/2018/12/06/music-video-rozalind-macphail-brings-1940s-north-carolina-to-halifax-with-the-gaze
On a beautiful day last May while I was attending the East Coast Music Association (ECMA) Conference in Halifax, Sarah Denim and Nicole Cecile Holland of AT LAND FILMS shot a video of me performing an audience favourite, THE GAZE by Shona Thomson.