Performing at LSPU Hall for International Women’s Day

I’ll be performing at the beautiful LSPU Hall on March 8th in celebration of International Women’s Day. Come check out this special free event featuring loads of wonderful female talent in NL. Brought to you by the fine folks at MusicNL and

St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival read more

Showcasing at the East Coast Music Awards

I’ll be showcasing at the East Coast Music Awards on the Electronic Music Stage. Mark down Thurs April 30 from 10:55pm – 11:25 at Beer Market in St. John’s, NL. There will be loads of flute loops, electronics and film! read more

ECMA Nomination

DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR has been nominated for East Coast Music Award, Electronic Recording of the Year! Lots of folks to thank here so here it goes! read more

Showcasing at the National Flute Convention

GREAT NEWS! I’ve been invited to showcase in Dallas, Texas for the 48th Annual The National Flute Association Convention. This is the largest convention for flutists in the world and such a HUGE honour to be a part of! Dallas will be buzzing with thousands of flutists from all over! The convention will celebrate the many diverse ways that flutists forge distinct paths in our community. read more

4 MusicNL Award Nominations

Sending a heartfelt thanks to MusicNL for the 4 short list award nominations: “Electronic Artist of the Year” (for DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR), “Female Artist of the Year”,”Educator of the Year” and “Side Musician of the Year”. http://www.theeastmag.com/2019/11/27/musicnl-announces-longlist-for-2019-musicnl-awards/?fbclid=IwAR1WXjwdLkX_aMhlvc2Gwy66Rrn10fO-Pktn8oRxFIKl1h6wJ81Xf1Uduw0 read more

CBC Radio’s “First Listen”

Some CBC Newfoundland and Labrador love for the new album, DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR. An interview with lovely Weekend AM host, Heather Barrett for “First Listen”. We play some of my tunes and speak about the new album, touring, the gear I use, what it’s like to pursue a music career that’s totally outside of the box and why I love the St. John’s music scene so darn much. https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-72-weekend-am/clip/15745011-rozalind-macphail-plays-the-flute-but-thats-just-her-starting-point read more

Flute Love for “Fragments” on Exclaim and BBC Radio 6

It’s been an exciting time with the highly-anticipated album release of SIGHT by Toronto’s Pick A Piper. Caribou musician, Brad Weber invited me to record flute for his Pick a Piper track, “Fragments”. I sent him my flute takes with a twist. I recorded it for effected alto flute and focused on the percussive sounds I could create from the instrument. Looks like this great track is getting lots of love all over the world, including by the fine folks at Exclaim and BBC Radio 6 Music‘s 6 Music Recommends w/ Tom Ravenscroft. Right on Pick A Piper aka Brad Weber. Digging that the Ali Ryerson Gemeinhardt Musical Instruments alto flute is getting sexy spins around the world. Listen to the album here: https://pickapiper.bandcamp.com/album/sight read more

P4 Västmanland Sveriges Radio Performance / Interview

Playing on P4 Västmanland Sveriges Radio was a heartwarming experience I will always remember. Don’t think I’ve ever felt so nervous performing live on air before. The room was electric! It’s a rare treat when you get to perform the world premiere of a piece in the country where the piece was composed and with your collaborative partners in the room. Sweden’s Mary Read were fantastic! Check out the performances and interviews.. My segment starts around 2/3rds of the way in but I recommend you check out Mary Read too. They are doing something truly unique and special as they mix Swedish folk music with electronics. Tack to Per Erik Jonsson for the excellent engineering! Listen: https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=112&artikel=7290539&fbclid=IwAR3ZfmFjd-pbnv_Kk0RSXbgM9g7Mw590p9Nd2Z2gDxqz0FC0IIkNpxvt98A read more

Live on P4 Västmanland Sveriges Radio

Playing on P4 Västmanland Sveriges Radio? was a heartwarming experience I will always remember. Don’t think I’ve ever felt so nervous performing live on air before. The room was electric! It’s a rare treat when you get to perform the world premiere of a piece in the country where the piece was composed and with your collaborative partners in the room. Sweden’s Mary Read? were fantastic! Check out the performances and interviews.. My segment starts around 2/3rds of the way in but I recommend you check out Mary Read too. They are doing something truly unique and special as they mix Swedish folk music with electronics. Tack to Per Erik Jonsson for the excellent engineering! https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=112&artikel=7290539 read more