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2011 FESTIVAL – April 21-24

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Thursday, 7:30 pm Painted Houses
A live multi-media show with musician Rozalind MacPhail

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Former KIAC artist in residence returns to Dawson City to present a screening of the project “Painted Houses”. This project contains 13 short films from St. Johns filmmakers. She will play live to the films in this multi-media presentation.

SMALL PAINTED HOUSES by Elsa Morena
DREAMS IN BLACK & WHITE by Roger Maunder
BEST KIND by Shannon Cymbaly
COLD CITY DARK by Brad Gover
MILE 1 by Tyler Burry
JELLY BEANS by Ruth Lawrence
MOJO IN FLATROCK by Rozalind MacPhail
YUM by Sherry Ryan and Phil Goodland
(S)NO by Ed Tanasychuk
THERE IS LOVE by Darrell Power
ROWS AND ROWS by Colleen Power
BEAUTY AND LOSS by Blair Downey
SNOW DAY by Shannon Cymbaly


Rozalind MacPhail aka Mystery Flute Girl has become one of Canada’s most unique and captivating multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriters. She effortlessly loops guitar, flute, voice and toy instruments into her own blend of songs and soundscapes about the people and places she has connected with.

The flute came into Rozalind’s life at the age of thirteen, after her grandmother read an article about how playing the flute helped asthmatics learn how to control their breathing better. In fact, it did.

Rozalind pursued a performance degree for flute at the University of Toronto, studying with Douglas Stewart. She then moved to Ottawa to pursue a Masters Degree in Flute Performance with Robert Cram. As Mystery Flute Girl, she has made spontaneous guest appearances with celebrated indie music artists including Yo La Tengo, Great Lake Swimmers, Constantines, Lou Barlow and many others. With a yen for traveling, she has acquired fans from the most surprising places in Canada and abroad, having become both a long-term resident at the Banff Centre and an Artist-In-Residence at The Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida, studying with Robert Dick (NYU).

In 2009, Rozalind was invited to the prestigious Dawson City International Short Film Festival where she was an Artist-in-Residence, composing and performing original works in cooperation with Victoria filmmaker Scott Amos. Flexible and intuitive, she collaborates with filmmakers and artists of all sorts.

Rozalind is currently recording a new album in St. John’s, Newfoundland as she prepares for further tours across Canada and the rest of the world.

 

 

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