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Tag Archives: interdisciplinary performance
Zara Lawler staged the US premiere of Italian composer’s Salvatore Sciarrino’s Il Cerchio Tagliato Dei Suoni for 4 flute soloists and 100 migrating flutists, at the Guggenheim Museum on November 20, 2012. Continue reading
Known for her ability to create engaging programs that bring classical music alive for her audiences, Zara Lawler redefines the word virtuoso. Continue reading
Zara Lawler offers a variety of programming, all with companion workshops and outreach activities. Continue reading
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A joyous celebration of the unity and creativity of the flute community, created by Zara Lawler with new music by Katherine Hoover, for performances in summer 2011. Continue reading
On this page, you will find all the information you need to prepare for E Pluribus Flutum. Click on the links below to download music, schematics and tips. Scroll down for music, documentation, mp3’s and instructional videos for each of … Continue reading
E Pluribus Flutum was being created as a celebration of the flute community—and would not have been possible without lots of help. THANK YOU to: Katherine Hoover Mary-Ann Tu Susan Friedlander Lisa Garner-Santa, Program Chair of the NFA’s Annual Convention … Continue reading
Contact Lawler directly about bookings, lessons, or any other questions: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 812.604.5363 For more information about Lawler & Fadoul, visit: www.lawlerandfadoul.com
13 February 2011, 7:45pm
NSO Young Soloists’ Competition Finals
The Kennedy Center, Washington, DC
with Paul Fadoul, marimba Continue reading