For Musical Monday I am reblogging this wonderful interview with a Boston-area chamber musician. I found out about her group, Mistral, about 4 years too late to go see them in person!
I’m excited to bring you the first in a series of interviews with creative artists of all stages and disciplines.
Julie Scolnik, of Brookline, MA, is the artistic director of Mistral, (formerly Andover Chamber Music), a series she founded with her husband, physicist Michael Brower, in 1997. Julie has enjoyed a diverse musical career as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral flutist throughout the U.S. and in France. In earlier years, Julie performed as principal flute with Boston’s leading orchestras. She has released two solo CDs, the latest, entitled ‘Salut d’Amour & Other Songs of Love,’ with her daughter, pianist Sophie Scolnik-Brower.
How you discover your passion for music and talent for the flute?
Of all the memories from my childhood, the most immediate ones that tie my sisters and me most profoundly, are the memories of music filling our house always- of the records that my mom worked…
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