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)
St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival
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!
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.
Looking for some extra motivation for an artistic goal you have in 2020? Here’s a creative challenge to help you pursue your dream!
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
Check out this radio interview from CBC’s “Mainstreet” with delightful radio host, Matt Rainnie: https://soundcloud.com/flutegirl/rozalind-macphail-interview-on-cbc-radios-mainstreet-with-radio-host-matt-rainnie
“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