The American flutist Camilla Hoitenga has become known as the winner of the Dutch Gaudeamus Prize and as a collaborator with several composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen and Kaija Saariaho (including the piccolo and bass-flute parts of the opera Only the Sound Remains). She is an active improviser and chamber musician, including in the Flute/Kantele duo with Eija Kankaanranta and in Trio Ariel with mezzo-soprano Anne-May Krüger and harpist Héloise Dautry.

Hoitenga, who studied with Alexander Murray, Julius Baker and Marcel Moyse, is a regular performer in multi-art projects in art galleries and museums, as well as at conferences, workshops and masterclasses on multi-artism. Her interest in Japanese culture has manifested itself in dozens of works written for her by Japanese composers.

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15.08.2023 Flutterings