Multiphonics Hunting is an online class dedicated to achieving a very fine control of multiphonics. The goal is to tune the multiphonics, so that they form audible intervals and convey a rich tapestry of harmony and voiceleading.
Class time is spent experimenting with embouchure, aperture shape, tongue position/shape, air pressure and air direction toward the end of stabilizing, tuning, and balancing multiphonics at a very high level. The course includes three modules, an exercise book, a live webinar, a private lesson, a peer review project, and a group recording project.
NEXT SESSION begins June 19th, 2020.
Early registration deadline: 6/5/20
Registration deadline: 6/19/20
Module 1 webinar: 6/26/20
Module 2 private lesson: 7/11-7/18
Module 3 peer review project meeting: 8/1
Module 4 recording project deadline: 8/15
TUITION: $250 ($225 for early-bird registrants)
Full and partial scholarships are sometimes available, apply here.
WHO IS THE CLASS DESIGNED FOR?
The class is designed for deeply-committed amateurs, undergraduate students, graduate students, and professionals who have an extra hardy spirit, as well as a willingness to experiment with many aspects of their flute-playing.
CLASS SIZE is kept small, so eligible applicants may be invited to participate in a later session, based on the date of their application.
MULTIPHONICS HUNTING ALUMNI may be invited to participate as honorary guests in future projects. They also receive a discounted rate for any lessons they take with the teacher after their course has ended.
WHAT STUDENTS GAIN: Students gain a very keen sense of their blowing mechanism, and a flexibility in their approach to the flute that carries beautifully over into traditional playing. Dynamic ranges can be much wider without sacrificing tone or intonation. Students also gain access to a tremendous repertoire of works that were and are being written with multiphonics.
HOW DO I LEARN MORE? Email Bonnie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW DO I APPLY FOR THE COURSE, AND HOW DO I APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP? You can apply here. You'll need to fill out a form and include a link to a sound file, or send a sound file over email. If you wish to be considered for a scholarship, you'll need to include a letter of recommendation; please send this link to your recommender.
part of the Multiphonics Hunting exercise book