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
What a tour! Did it ever warm my heart to have my music and our films so well received in North Carolina. Here are some of my favourite TV, radio and newspaper clips collected from the tour:
Thanks to Encore writer Mel Beasley for this great article about our NC Tour and FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN: http://www.encorepub.com/layers-of-emotion-composer-uses-music-and-film-to-build-a-narrative-on-the-human-experience/
I’m coming to you, North Carolina! Check out the tour dates and tell your NC friends to join us at these special events! There will be something for everyone. I’ll be performing my award-winning audio-visual project, FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN in partnership with Cucalorus Festival, teaching at Live Film Scoring Workshop through Cat Fly Film Festival and performing some heartwarming YIN FOR THE HEART yoga workshops. Check out my SHOWS page for all the details! See you soon! #flutegirltoursNC #Piccflute #Gemeinhardtontour
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.
Excited to be making my way to North Carolina as I play my many flutes in different airports, helping to spread the Christmas cheer! I’ll be performing, FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN at First Night Raleigh on New Year’s. Can’t wait! @FNRaleigh
My hand-processed super 8 film, “Leave a Note” from our audio-visual project, FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN will be screening at the Nickel Independent Film Festival on June 21st. Thanks to the St. John’s International Women’s Festival for including my film in their list of “16 women-directed films to see” at the festival: https://www.womensfilmfestival.com/blog/2/17-women-directed-films-to-see-at-the-nickel-independent-film-festival
I used my Super 8 camera in Wilmington, North Carolina during my Cucalorus Festival Artist Residency and hand-processed three rolls of film with the help of Andre Silva and Mariah Kramer at UNCW Film Studies. Thanks to Dan Brawley in 2014 for giving me his precious rolls of film! “Now Accepting Food Stamps” was my reaction to feeling heartbroken about the poverty and racism I was witnessing down South. With all that’s been going on in our current world climate, it feels right to share this film. https://theovercast.ca/a-sneak-peak-of-rozalind-macphails-ecma-winning-audio-visual-project
Thank you Tara Bradbury of The Telegram for this beautiful story about our upcoming St. John’s premiere of FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN and why Saint John, NB was a trip and a half! http://www.thetelegram.com/living/entertainment/2017/5/7/st–john-s-musician-rozalind-macphail-returns-from-ecmas-with-mo.html
FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN won ECMA Electronic Recording of the Year! My heart is filled to the brim. I head back home to St. John’s today, celebrating this victory that only happens from a wonderful team of people recognizing my vision and supporting me every step of the way!