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PANdemonium4 Flute Symposium
This event is an all-day flute workshop geared toward college flute majors, graduate students, and young professionals. High school students, adult amateurs, flute teachers, and community members are also very welcome to attend. The primary goal is to provide a high-level flute experience for college level flute majors and up, from the Midwest and beyond. Participants may virtually attend all four workshops, four masterclasses, and the opening and closing sessions for a total fee of $50. Participants may apply to perform in a masterclass; if accepted, there is an additional $20 fee.
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PANdemonium4 is a flute quartet of Ohio-based teacher-performer professionals, representing a diverse group of universities across the state. We share a mutual passion for promoting all things flute in central Ohio and impacting the global future of chamber music collaborations within the setting of the quartet. Since forming in 2016, we have performed at two National Flute Association Annual Conventions and in seven different states. Our recording of our commission “Flugge Jazz Fantasy”, arranged by Andy Frederick, is featured on Bolling & Beyond: Lisa Jelle, Jazz-Inspired Flute (2019).
One of the most active professional flute quartets in the country, PANdemonium4 regularly commissions and premieres new works for quartet. Developing the flute quartet repertoire and performing high-quality new works for audiences across the country is a major goal of the ensemble. Since 2019, PANdemonium4 has performed concerts and given flute masterclasses at Capital University for International Women’s Day; the University of Kentucky; Ashland University; Oberlin College; the University of Akron; Bowling Green State University; Western Kentucky University; Middle Tennessee State University, and Otterbein University. We look forward to performing three pieces at the August 2021 National Flute Association Annual Convention in Washington, DC: Cynthia Folio’s "Four 'Scapes", Linda Kernohan’s "My Compass Still to Guide Me," and the world premiere of a new flute quartet written for us by Maria Grenfell.
Dr. Lisa Jelle is Professor of Flute at Capital University, Principal Flute of the Central Ohio Symphony and the Ashland Symphony, an Associate Musician with the Columbus Symphony, and also performs with the Hawaii Symphony, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, and the Famous Jazz Orchestra. A former member of the Honolulu Symphony, the Austin Symphony, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Lisa was also a member of the Breckenridge Music Festival Chamber Orchestra in her native Colorado for 20 summers. PANdemonium4 Flute Quartet, the Inspirare Duo, and the QuintEssential Winds are Dr. Jelle’s current chamber ensembles. Lisa’s CDs are Bolling & Beyond: Lisa Jelle, Jazz-Inspired Flute (2019); Mark Flugge Remembered: Jazz Originals & Standards (2015); and Waltz into Madness (2012). Three recent international performing and teaching tours were in Germany, Hungary, and England. Dr. Jelle’s degrees are from the University of Northern Colorado, The University of Texas at Austin, and Rice University. Website: www.lisajelle.com
Dr. Kimberlee Goodman has been on the faculty of Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio since 2005, and serves as the Director of Development for Jazz Arts Group of Columbus, America’s oldest not-for-profit organization dedicated to jazz in the United States. Kimberlee is a founding member of PANdemonium4 and Principal Flute with the Westerville Symphony. She has presented lecture recitals at the College Music Society’s international conferences in Stockholm, Sweden (2015), Helsinki, Finland (2015), Buenos Aires, Argentina (2013), Seoul, Korea (2011), and Bangkok, Thailand (2007). Dr. Goodman holds flute performance degrees from Arizona State University (BM) and The Ohio State University (MM and DMA). Website: www.kimberleegoodman.com
Lindsey Goodman is a soloist, recording artist, chamber, and orchestral musician. Lindsey has performed at Carnegie Hall, Eastman School of Music, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Oberlin College, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Google headquarters, University of Cincinnati, several National and Canadian Flute Association conventions, and across China. An advocate for living composers and electroacoustic music, Lindsey actively commissions, giving over 150 world premieres. In addition to three solo albums of new works for flute, she appears on the New World, Albany, New Focus, and Navona labels, among others. Lindsey has given multiple professional recitals in New York City, performed concertos in the United States and Canada, and been heard on radio stations across the globe. Lindsey is principal flutist of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, adjunct lecturer at Marietta College and West Virginia State University, and solo flutist of What Is Noise. She co-founded chamber ensembles PANdemonium4, Leviathan Trio, and Chrysalis Duo. Lindsey received degrees from Manhattan School of Music and Northwestern and Duquesne Universities. Website: www.LindseyGoodman.com
Alison Brown Sincoff, Professor of Flute, joined the Ohio University faculty in 1997 and was named the School of Music’s Outstanding Teacher of the Year in 2009. She actively performs as a founding member of the Lyric Duo, Athenia Chamber Ensemble and PANdemonium4 Flute Quartet. As an active member of the National Flute Association, Brown Sincoff has served as convention performer/presenter, competition prize winner (1995-1997), adjudicator, and from 2011-13, member of the Board of Directors. Additional select conference performances include Collegiate Band Directors National Association’s North Central Division, the International Double Reed Society, Music Teachers National Association, National Association of Teachers of Singing, and Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society. Regionally, Brown Sincoff maintains engagements as a substitute orchestral and chamber musician with the Columbus and West Virginia Symphony Orchestras.