A dream come true.
I’m getting goosebumps all over as I think about a monumental moment in my career happening tonight. My music gets aired on CBC TV for the first time as they broadcast Joshua Jamieson‘s touching film, Waiting Outside.
A short film I composed the music score for by talented NL filmmaker, Joshua Jamieson called, WAITING OUTSIDE has been offered a multi-year broadcast licensing deal that will make it a part of CBC’s Reel East Coast Season 6! It will broadcast on the CBC Atlantic network in November 2020, and immediately after it will be available on CBC Gem to stream anywhere, anytime within Canada!
Here’s the info you’ll need to sign up for Rozalind MacPhail’s performance and artist talk at CB Nuit Digital Arts Festival (press read more)
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
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!
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!
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