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Episode 89: Flute On Its Feet with Zara Lawler
Flute 360 | Episode 89: “Flute On Its Feet with Zara Lawler” (48:27)
In today’s episode, Heidi talks with Zara who is a flutist and an interdisciplinary performer through Flute On Its Feet! Zara discusses how she incorporates movement within her teaching and performances. Listen to the episode to get inspired about how you can incorporate movement within your practicing! See how integrating the whole body can help you learn the musical piece on a deeper level!
2:07 – Reflecting on the group’s interview for Episode 91 (11/30/19)!
4:20 – Heidi: Please share with the listeners your musical background!
4:33 – Zara’s Answer
7:23 – Question: Your interdisciplinary performances are quite exciting! You incorporate movement, acting, and playing! At what point in your career did you decide to pursue this path?
7:35 – Zara’s Answer
7:36 – “I’ve always had bigger interests than just music. I love being apart of something bigger and something that has a sense of spectacle. In music school, I loved being apart of the opera and being in the pit and knowing that this other huge thing was going on at the same time!” – Zara
10:56 – Question: Do you feel like you are paving the path for future interdisciplinary flutists?
37:18 – Question: Let’s talk about music education! Being an interdisciplinary performer, how has this aided your teaching? Also, do you incorporate movement into your student’s lessons, and if so, how?
37:36 – Zara’s Answer
39:35 – Flute 360 Podcast’s teaser for Episode 91 (11/30/19)!
40:21 – Question: How do you incorporate movement into your flute student’s lessons?
40:34 – Zara’s Answer
40:54 – Topic: Time Signatures
41:59 – Question: Any last thoughts that you’d like to share?
42:08 – Zara’s Final Thoughts – Listen Here!
44:40 – PICKS!
46:36 – Greek saying: “Eating will create an appetite!”