Sight-Reading Workshops with Jayn Rosenfeld

2018 Sundays -- February 4, March 4, April 8

 2 to 4PM

48 Horatio Street, NYC


Jayn Rosenfeld, teacher, chamber and orchestral musician, and coach, has given master classes across the country (UCSacramento, University of Wisconsin/Madison, University of Texas/Austen, etc.), in Holland, Italy, and Thailand, for the New Jersey Music Teachers Association, Westminster Choir College, and the Princeton Symphony. She was the first flutist of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra for twenty-five years, and is the flutist and executive director of The New York New Music Ensemble. Ms. Rosenfeld has played and recorded over the years with many other orchestras and chamber groups. Teacher at Princeton University, the Juilliard School's Music Advancement Program, and Greenwich House (a workshop for amateurs), she has given recitals and concerts and encouraged, inspired, and amused students for many years.

Manhattan Contemporary Chamber Ensemble

Christine Fish Moulton, flute

Urara Mogi, violin

Richard Auldon Clark, viola

March 10 @ 7:30 (doors open at 6:30)

Salon 74

124 West 74th Street, #2R

Flute & String Trio Concert (and Potluck dinner)

Suggested donation:  $20

 RSVP:  Anne Waxman

Robert Dick

March 10 Saturday

Robert Dick - flutes 

Lou Grassi - drums 

James Ilgenfritz - bass

 Denman Maroney - piano 


70 Flushing Ave. Garage A, Brooklyn NY 11205 Sat. Mar. 10 9:00pm Admission $15, students & seniors $9    SUBWAY and BUS:

B,D,N,Q,R, W to DeKalb Ave.  G to Clinton-Washington (connect to B69 bus on Vanderbilt Ave to Flushing Ave.)  A,C,F,R to Jay St.-Metrotech (connect to B57 bus to Flushing Ave & North Portland 

Linda Chesis

MSM Recital

Sunday, March 18 at 2:30pm in Greenfield Hall. Free Admission.

The Program:

For the Birds

Couperin - Le Rossignol en Amour
Olivier Messiaen Le Merle Noir
Lucas Foss 13 ways of Looking at a Blackbird

John Luther Adams  Strange Birds Passing for flute choir

Mason Bates' Life of Birds for flute, clarinet, violin, cello  
Bob Sirota's Birds of Paradise flute, clarinet and piano 
with video footage and wildlife sound recordings from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Birds-of-Pardise Project)

The other performers include:

Laure Carney, violin
Charles Neidich, clarinet
Alexandre Moutouzkine, piano
Alexis Gerlach, cello
Lucy Shelton, soprano
Chesis studio "Flute Flock"

Japan Jazz Flute Big Ban

Special Jazz Night at The Nippon Club

Japan Jazz Flute Big Band with Jazz Flutist, Ali Ryerson

The Nippon Club presents a new sound of jazz on five types of flute, from piccolo to contrabass flute, with a rhythm section! Don’t miss this very special live performance of jazz standards and Japanese classics by the Japan Jazz Flute Big Band!

Thursday, April 12, 2018
6:00 pm (Door opens)
6:30 pm (Live performance starts – until 7:45 pm)
at Rose Room at The Nippon Club

Participation Fee: The Nippon Club members $15, Guests $20 (1 drink included)

Yuko Hoshi – piccolo & alto flute

Keith Underwood, flute & alto flute

Mika Kumagai, Ikuna Hayashi, Norma Kelsey, Kenji Konno, Teruhisa Neishi - flute

Sanae Nakayama, Mahoko Tsukamoto, Tomoe Yoshihara, Gwyn Jones, Terry Wolff - alto flute

Hiroko Shida, Yuko Okubo, Donna Sevcovic - bass flute

Kuniko Yamada - contrabass flute

Yuko Somiya, piano, Tetsuya Omori – bass, Shigehito Kawamura – percussion

 Ali Ryerson
With a career spanning over four decades, international recording and touring artist, Ali Ryerson consistently ranks among the top jazz flutists in the Downbeat Jazz Poll. She was born in New York in 1952 into a musical family. Her father, Art Ryerson, a renowned jazz guitarist, got his start with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra and later became one of the top NY studio musicians of his day, recording with everyone from Louis Armstrong to Charlie Parker. Ali Ryerson carries on the family tradition, with performances ranging from Carnegie Hall to festivals worldwide, including eight appearances at the famed Monterey Jazz Festival. Ryerson has released some two-dozen albums on major jazz labels, including ʻGame Changerʼ (Capri), which featured Ryersonʼs groundbreaking 19-piece jazz flute ensemble. Former NFA Jazz Chair, current Low Flutes Chair, and Founder of the NFA Jazz Flute Big Band, Ryerson remains active with the National Flute Association. Professor of Flute at Sacred Heart University, Ryerson conducts master classes worldwide and online series through NYC-based ʻLessonFaceʼ, in addition to her acclaimed educational publications, “Jazz Flute Practice Method” and “Jazz Flute Masterclass”.

♪ Reservation
Yasuko Honda at or 212-581-2223