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Long & McQuade Musical Instruments & Altus Flutes
are pleased to present Lorna McGhee

Saturday November 5, 2016
Gallery 345
345 Sorauren Street, Unit #3, Toronto

Altus Flute Trials 12:30-1:30 & 2:30-3:00

Recital with Jeanie Chung, piano 1:30-2:30 pm
$20-general admission, $10-students & seniors

Handel Violin Sonata Op 1 no 13 in D Ueyabashi “Le Moment de Cristal”
Dave Heath “Coltrane” for solo flute
Prokofiev Flute Sonata.

Masterclass 3:00-5:30pm
Performers-$50 (5 spots, minimum grade 8 RCM, or equivalent) Auditors-$10

For more information and to purchase tickets, please contact:
Patricia Dydnansky, Flute Consultant
Long & McQuade Musical Instruments
925 Bloor Street WestToronto, ON M6H 1L5
(416) 588-7886

Scottish-born Lorna McGhee was appointed principal flute of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in 2012. Known for her “exceptionally rich and vibrant tone” (Washington Post) Lorna has performed as guest principal with the Chicago Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, London Symphony, London Philharmonic, Academy of St-Martin-in-the-Fields, and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. Before immigrating to North America in 1998, Lorna was co-principal flute of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, England.

As a soloist, she has given concerto performances with the London Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in the UK and Manitoba Chamber Orchestra,Toronto Philharmonia, and Victoria Symphony in Canada and the Nashville Chamber Orchestra, Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra, San Luis Obispo Symphony and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in the USA.

As a chamber musician and recitalist, she has performed in Europe, North America, Australia, Singapore and Japan in such venues as London's Wigmore Hall, Edinburgh International Festival, the Louvre, Paris, the Schubertsaal of Vienna's Konzerthaus, Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival and the Australian Festival of Chamber Music. Having taught at the University of Michigan and the University of British Columbia, Lorna is now a member of the flute faculty at Carnegie Mellon University. She has given masterclasses at universities, conservatoires and flute festivals in the UK, USA, Japan and Canada, including Julliard School and the Royal Academy of Music.

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