BFS Journal, Pan

Pan (formerly Flute) is the British Flute Society's lavishly-printed, full-colour journal. It is the authoritative guide to the latest flute news, reviews of new music, books and recordings, and contains articles by the world's most knowledgeable writers on the flute and its history, on flute music and on flute players.

  • June 2018

    June 2018

    The June 2018 journal is out now and features the following articles:

    • Viewpoint
      Atarah Ben-Tovim on the ARSM
    • Flute choir focus
      Tutti Flutti
    • Eva Kingma
      Mia Dresse discovers Eva's thoughts on motivation, new flutes and innovation
    • Infinity project
      BFS Competition winner Natalia Jarzqbek and her circular breathing methodology
    • Coming up for air
      How Kahryn Williams overcame breathing difficulties and started a new repertoire
    • Mendelssohn's Scherzo in one breath?
      Ory Schneor shows you how
    • Remembering Peter Lloyd
    • Pied pipers: repertoire by women composers
      Diana Ambache surveys the distinctive compositional voices of women and urges curiosity in our music-making
    • Reviews: recordings and sheet music
    • Feature writers
    • ...So they do say
      Blowing bass flutes harder with Trevor Wye
    • International events
    • Events listings
    • Letters
    • Meet the BFS Council:Kate Hill
    • News
    • Obituary: Averil Williams
    • Trade news
    • BFS news
    • Premier Flautist Series
      Rowland Sutherland's recital reviewed
    • BFS Future Flute Festival 2018 schedule
    • FFF Meet the artists part 2
      The secret's of this year's performers
    • Classified ads
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