Thanks to the Newfoundland Quarterly for this really cool article about growing up on Toronto Island, how the flute found me, why I am so proud to call Newfoundland home and what inspired me to carve a path in the audio-visual world. Warms my heart to celebrate and acknowledge some great mentors along the way. http://nqonline.ca/article/rosalind-macphail-performing-has-always-flowed-to-me-naturally
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
“Her new album, FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN, is a breath of fresh air. MacPhail’s passion and skill on the flute is obvious; She inspires the listener with uplifting melodies and dance-inducing grooves. MacPhail is forging new territory for musicians everywhere. I highly recommend everyone listen to this album!” – Amanda Taylor (The Flute Examiner) Read the full article: http://thefluteexaminer.com/interview-canadian-flutist-rozalind-macphail/
It’s a real honour be performing a live score to Ingrid Veninger’s HE HATED PIGEONS at the Ashland Independent Film Festival.