Southeast Michigan Flute Association


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Lunches will be available by pre-registration only. Lunches must be ordered by October 1

You will be contacted later about your specific lunch order. 

All ticket prices are $5.00 more at the door. Pre-Register for best pricing. 

Featured Artist: jill felber , sponsored by Miyazawa flutes


JILL FELBER is an internationally acclaimed recording artist, dynamic flute recitalist, innovative chamber musician, legendary contemporary music specialist, and a distinguished flute professor who inspires and motivates students worldwide. 
Jill Felber has been hailed for her "beautifully finished performances" by The Detroit News and has been praised by Musical America for her "handsome performance." The British journal PAN writes, "Felber was stunning...not only refined but also full of fun." "The incredible flutist...the dazzling flutist...the radiant flutist Jill Felber" (The Independent, Santa Barbara), is known to excite audiences everywhere in concerts and recitals "played with flair" (The Los Angeles Times). "The outstanding American flutist Jill Felber" (Gazeta Rybnicka, Poland) is acclaimed worldwide for her "consummate musicianship" (Fanfare). 
Ms. Felber has performed solo recitals, chamber music, and concertos on five continents and has held residencies in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia, Mexico, France, Switzerland, Great Britain, Italy, Canada, Brazil and the United States. Also a tireless promoter of new music, Ms. Felber has inspired many composers to write solo and chamber works for her and for her flute duo ZAWA!, and is currently engaged in several commissioning projects. She has premiered over five hundred works for the flute and has released world premiere recordings for Centaur Records, CRI, Neuma Records, BCM+D Records, and ZAWA!MUSIC.
In demand as a guest clinician because of her extraordinary motivational teaching style, Ms. Felber is Professor of Flute at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she earned the Distinguished Teaching Award. Highly regarded by her peers around the world, Ms. Felber currently presents her popular EXTREME MAKEOVER: FLUTE EDITION and WHOLE FLUTES® seminars throughout the country and frequently tours with pianist Dianne Frazer, showcasing their arranged "Fusions" at conventions, flute societies and universities. Holding degrees from University of Michigan and Bowling Green State University, Ms. Felber has taught on the faculties of Ohio University, Capital University, and Wright State University. Her teachers include Keith Bryan, Judith Bentley, Samuel Baron, and James Galway. 
In addition to Ms. Felber's remarkable career performing and teaching with creativity and passion, she is also an effective leader in the field of arts administration. Having served as Chair of the Department of Music at UC Santa Barbara, she currently serves on the Board of Directors for Santa Barbara's Community Arts Music Association and on the Board of Directors for Areon Flutes. Professor Felber has been active in the National Flute Association, as a member of its Board of Directors for two terms, as Program Chair for the 1993 National Flute Association's conference in Boston, Massachusetts, and on several committees. As a founding member of the Flute and Clarinet Duo Consortium, she was a member of its initial Board of Directors with a mission to commission new works for flute and clarinet. Prior to moving to California, she served on the Board of Directors of the Detroit Contemporary Chamber Ensemble.

Pianist Dianne Frazer

Dianne Frazer is recognized globally as a premiere collaborative pianist. Known for her wit and style on and off stage, she “exudes an energy and an excitement that is both irresistible and endearing.” She has performed with a“who’s who” of international artists, and has performed in Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and Merkin Hall. According to Branford Marsalis,“Dianne is one bad-ass pianist!”

Dianne is on the faculty at Louisiana State University, is a principal pianist for the National Flute Association, International Society of Bassists, the MTNA Southern Division, the Florida Flute Association, and has been a pianist at the Oberstdorf Music Festival in Germany, World Bass Festival in Poland, ISI Florence in Italy, Bradetich International Double Bass Competition, International Hornists Society, International Trumpet Guild, North American Saxophone Alliance, International Clarinet Association, International Tuba Euphonium conventions,and numerous state and regional festivals. Dianne holds two performance degrees, was a two-time Fischoff finalist, and was an adjudicator for the prestigious Dranoff International Two Piano Competition.

Touring with individual artists is a big part of Ms.Frazer’s schedule, which is a direct by product of the many conventions and festivals she plays. She tours regularly with flutist, Jill Felber, and enjoys stateside performances with English flutist, Ian Clarke, as well as with her own cherished LSU colleagues. When off the road, she is Acting Principal Pianist with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, is rehearsal pianist for the Baton Rouge Symphony Chorus, and loves it when she is asked to provide music at her church. Her passion for making music with other musicians is almost equal to her passion for creating strong and lasting friendships, and this makes for a very gratifying and balanced life.

2018 SEMFA Recital Program

Jill Felber, flute
Dianne Frazer, piano


Waves at Play                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Edwin Grasse (1884-1954)

Suite, Opus 34                                                                                                                                                                                                          Charles Marie Widor (1844-1937)
     Allegro vivace

Fusion II: Morgan/Orange Dawn                                                                                                                                              Richard Strauss (1864-1949), Ian Clarke (b. 1964)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             arr. Felber/Frazer

Tango Fantasia                                                                                                                                                                                    Jacob Gade (1879-1963), Toke Lund Christansen

Fusion III: Lascia ch'io pianga/Morceau de Concours                                                                                  George Frederic Handel (1685-1759), Gabriel Faure (1845-1924)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              arr. Felber/Frazer

Allegretto, from Suite, Opus 116                                                                                                                                                                                    Benjamin Goddard (1849-1895)

Fusion VI: Cavatina/Over the Rainbow                                                                                                                              Stanley Meyers (1930-1993), Harold Arlen (1905-1986)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               arr. Felber/Frazer

Waltz, from Suite Antique                                                                                                                                                                                                             John Rutter (b. 1945)

Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise, Opus 26                                                                                                                                                                   Albert Franz Doppler (1821-1883)


Adult Member Pre-Registration no LUNCH

Adult Member Pre-Registration NO LUNCH $20

Non-Member Pre-Registration NO LUNCH

Non-Member Pre-Registration NO LUNCH $30

Student/ Senior/ Life Member NO LUNCH

Student/Senior/Life Member NO LUNCH $15

Recital only

Recital only $15

Lunch 2018

SEMFA will be arranging lunch through the deli at Heartland Marketplace. Lunch with either be a large salad with dinner roll and water, or sandwich with bag of chips and water (condiments separate). The deli proudly uses Boar's Head Meats and Cheeses. Lunch must be pre-ordered by October 1, 2018. No exceptions SEMFA will contact you upon registration for your request. Questions? Email


  • Michigan Cherry Salad (crisp romaine lettuce, tomato, cucumber, onion, shredded Swiss cheese, shredded carrots, sun dried cherries, pecans, served with red raspberry vinaigrette dressing on the side)
  • Chef's Salad (crisp romaine lettuce, tomato, ham, turkey, Swiss and cheddar cheese, hard-boiled egg, cucumber, tomato, onion ring, served with ranch dressing on the side)
  • Very Veggie Salad (crisp romaine lettuce, tomato, garbanzo beans, peas, onion, shredded carrots, sunflower seeds, served with Italian dressing on the side)
  • Turkey Provolone Sandwich
  • Italian Sandwich (bologna, salami, ham, tomato)
  • Tuna Sandwich