WSU FluteShox Day 2018

Join the Wichita State University FluteShox Studio on March 3, 2018 in celebrating the first-ever FluteShox Day! Registration is only $10!

A HUGE thank you to our sponsors!

Senseney Music

and

Nagahara Flutes

Register now at bit.ly/fluteshoxday

About Jonathan Keeble

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Jonathan Keeble, Professor of Flute at University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign

Jonathan Keeble is known for his rich tone, effervescent personality, and nuanced musicality. In high demand as performing artist and master class clinician, he has been described as having an “infinitely flexible sound, with many subtle colors,” and is among the leading performer/pedagogues of his generation.

He is a regular performer, adjudicator, and presenter at National Flute Association conventions, and is a Past President of the Association. Recent tours include appearances on concert series and festivals in Brazil, Australia, Ecuador, Korea, Hong Kong, New Zealand and throughout the United States.

Jonathan is the flutist for the award-winning Prairie Winds and Aletheia Duo, and Principal Flute of the Sinfonia da Camera. He spends summers performing and teaching at Aria International, Madeline Island Chamber Music, the Pacific Northwest Flute and Piccolo Seminar, and at the University of Illinois Pre-College Flute Seminar. As the Professor of Flute at the University of Illinois, Dr. Keeble is one of two faculty in the School of Music’s history to receive the Provost’s Award for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence. In the spring of 2017 he received the College of Fine and Applied Arts Award for Excellence in Teaching.

He has performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Kansas City Symphony, and in chamber recitals with Yo-Yo Ma, Renèe Fleming, and Luciano Pavarotti, among others. Classes and solo performances include appearances at the Eastman School of Music, the Juilliard School, Rice University, Indiana University, Northwestern University, and elsewhere.

Jonathan’s students populate the globe as recording artists, faculty at universities and colleges, and as orchestra members. He plays a Nagahara Full Concert flute with 14 karat headjoint, and platinum extended riser.

Schedule of Events

Senseney Music will exhibit flutes until 3 pm.

10 am: Flute Warmup Class!

11 am: Flute Choir Sight-reading and Workshop with Anesha Dexter “Baroque Performance Practice 101”

12 pm: Get lunch at the WSU Rhatigan Student Center

1 pm-3 pm: Collegiate Masterclass with Dr. Jonathan Keeble in Wiedemann Hall

3 pm-4:45 pm: High School Masterclass with Dr. Carmen Lemoine

3 pm-4:45 pm: Workshops with Leonor Javier “Contemporary Techniques: How to impress your non-flautist friends” and Elizabeth Wolfrey “Conquering the Audition: Playing Music in College”

5 pm-6 pm: Recital in Wiedemann Hall with Jonathan Keeble

Registration

All participants
Register online here in advance: $10 per person; includes entrance to all activities and recital

Register at WSU on the day of event: $15 per person; includes entrance to all activities and recital

If you would like to attend only the recital, please purchase your ticket through the WSU Box Office: $12 for adults; $10 for seniors, military, and WSU faculty/staff; $6 for children and students.

Masterclass Performers
If you are interested in performing in one of the masterclasses, please contact Dr. Carmen Lemoine at carmen.lemoine@wichita.edu. She will then send you the link to sign up.

Collegiate Masterclass: $40. Please arrange for your own accompanist.

High School Masterclass: $25. Accompaniment optional.

Location and Parking

Wichita State University is located at Hillside Avenue, between 17th and 21st Streets.

How to get to Duerksen Fine Arts Center

From the South

Take I-35 North.
Exit for I-135 North.
Exit 9 for 21st Street.
Turn right onto 21st Street.
The second major intersection should be Hillside. Turn right on Hillside.
Turn left into campus on Alumni Drive (right after the stadium).
Turn right at the first stop (Perimeter Rd).
Turn left into the parking lot on the left.
The building next to the parking lots is Duerksen Fine Arts Center.

From the North

Take I-135 South
Exit 9 for 21st Street.
Turn left on 21st Street.
The second major intersection should be Hillside. Turn right on Hillside.
Turn left into campus on Alumni Drive (right after the stadium).
Turn right at the first stop (Perimeter Rd).
Turn left into the parking lot on the left.
The building next to the parking lots is Duerksen Fine Arts Center.

From Kansas City

Take I-35 South.
Take exit 53 for Highway 96 West toward Wichita.
Go approximately 8 miles.
Take the exit for Hillside.
Turn left on to Hillside.
Turn left into campus on Alumni Drive (right after the stadium).
Turn right at the first stop (Perimeter Rd).
Turn left into the parking lot on the left.
The building next to the parking lots is Duerksen Fine Arts Center.

From Dodge City

Take US-50 East.
Take KS-96 East.
Follow signs for KS-96 East.
Take I-135 South.
Exit 9 for 21st Street.
Turn left on 21st Street.
The second major intersection should be Hillside. Turn right on Hillside.
Turn left into campus on Alumni Drive (right after the stadium).
Turn right at the first stop (Perimeter Rd).
Turn left into the parking lot on the left.
The building next to the parking lots is Duerksen Fine Arts Center.

Parking
Where to park for FluteShox Day