Her recent article in the Flutist Quarterly, a journal of the National Flute Association, reflects her professional interest in bringing new musical styles to the forefront of classical music.
What does NFA stand for?
NFA stands for National Flute Association
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She has won prizes in competitions sponsored by the National Flute Association, the Texas Flute Society, the Albuquerque Flute Association and the Washington, D.
The National Flute Association (NFA) will host a meeting of more than 3,000 professional, student and amateur flutists in Pittsburgh, from August 10-13, 2006, at the David Lawrence Convention Center.
This fourteen-minute work was composed for the Los Angeles Flute Quartet, a professional ensemble, and was premiered in August 2003 at the National Flute Association Convention in Las Vegas.
Tallon Perkes, principal flutist of the San Antonio (Texas) Symphony, commissioned the sonata and performed it at the 1996 convention of the National Flute Association.