Read: Indy Week Feature

Very happy about this interview that Nathalie did for Indy Week. It’s a thorough profile of our latest project, Discourse, commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts, and highlights our commitment to using art as a way to connect with people and communities in order to process the challenging times we’re living in. “I really do feel that artists have […] Read more…

 
 

Listen: WUNC Radio Interview

We were on the radio! During an awesome week down in Chapel Hill, NC, where we’ll be in residence at the University of North Carolina for the next two years, we had a bit of time to share our story with the public. For those of you who don’t know, we’ve been commissioned by Carolina Performing […] Read more…

 
 

Watch: New Promotional Videos

Every few years, we get an invitation from our good friend Jun Oshima to work with his students. Jun is an amazing filmmaker and videographer in his own right (he actually shot and directed our awesome Sweet Dreams music video), and he’s also a professor at The New School. Fun fact: Jun and Nathalie were actually […] Read more…

 
 

Lights, Camera, Action!!

For years now, we have been SUPER lucky to have film director Jun Oshima as part of our Flutronix family. He is the man behind our first music video, Sweet Dreams, our live performance video of Life Lines and has invited us to work with his students at the New School for our EPK video. He’s extremely talented and […] Read more…

 
 

Forward Music Project

Amanda Gookin

We are beyond thrilled and honored to say we are BOTH composers for cellist Amanda Gookin’s Forward Music Project. We are joined by a roster of phenomenal women composers including Angelica Negrón, Amanda Feery, Leila Adu, Jessica Meyer, and Morgan Krauss. From Amanda’s site: “The Forward Music Project is driven by social justice for women. We musicians, now more than […] Read more…

 
 

New School Video!

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Our last EPK (electronic press kit) video was made possible by our dear friend Jun Oshima, a film director and professor at The New School. He invited us to his class and assigned students to interview us and create a EPK video. It was wonderful to not only work with his students, but to also have several […] Read more…

 
 

Anti-Inaugural Ball

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Inauguration Day was a day we were both dreading. Feeling utterly concerned and uncertain, we were less than enthused about the swearing in of our 45th President. Fortunately, we were invited to perform at The Anti-Inaugural Ball at The DiMenna Center in New York City, giving us the opportunity to express ourselves through music with […] Read more…

 
 

M-Prize Semi-Finalists

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Flutronix had the distinct honor of competing in the inaugural M-Prize, an international chamber arts competition based in Ann Arbor, at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance. After reviewing over 170 applications from 13 countries, the M-Prize Screening Jury invited 29 ensembles to compete in the live Semi-Final, Final, and Grand […] Read more…

 
 

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

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This past May, Flutronix made their Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago debut. Presented in association with the eighth blackbird residency, Flutronix performed music from their latest EP City of Breath, along with selections from previous releases. Held in the MCA’s third floor galleries and with a packed crowd, the duo’s program paid homage to […] Read more…

 
 

Artists of The Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Program

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This past spring, Flutronix spent a day at the British International School of Washington D.C. as part of The Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Program. Launched in 2015, The Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Program is a multifaceted collaboration to create an innovative arts education curriculum for students in grades K-12. The program brings Juilliard’s philosophies of teaching […] Read more…

 
 

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