Please join the NEW YORK FLUTISTS with MINDY KAUFMAN on Saturday, May 11 at 4:30 PM at Second Presbyterian Church, NYCMindy Kaufman from the New York Philharmonic will perform works by M. Blavet and E. Magalif on solo piccolo with the New York Flutists, and the ensemble will present works by S. BurnetteJ.C Schickhardt, and M. Doran for multiple instruments from the flute family. 


Sonny Burnette (b.1952) - Stained Glass Images

   I. The Dawning of the Last Day
   II. The Rose Window
   III. Cockatoos
   IV. Two Oriental Panels
   V. Colour Tones of Music 
   VI. Treasures of the Mediterranean

Michel Blavet (1700-1768) - Piccolo Concerto in A minor
   I. Allegro
   II. Première Gavotte—Deuxième Gavotte
   III. Allegro

   Soloist - Mindy Kaufman / Piccolo

J.C. Schickhardt (1682-1762) - Concerto for Flute Ensemble and Organ in E minor, Op. 19, No. 5 
   I. Allegro
   II. Largo
   III. Allegro
   IV. Presto



Eugene Magalif (b.1957) - Hummingbird for Piccolo and Flute Ensemble

  Soloist - Mindy Kaufman / Piccolo

Matt Doran (1921-2016) - Flute Septet 
   I. Andante
   II. Allegro Moderato
   III. Andante
   IV. Allegro Giusto

Donations are encouraged to help support the organ fund
at the Second Presbyterian Church.

This concert is presented by SKP Management and sponsored by
Burkart Flutes and PiccolosFlute Specialists, and NV Recording Studio.

For more information, visit www.newyorkflutists.orgwww.facebook.com/nyflutists, email to nyflutists@gmail.com, and follow NYF on instagram (@nyflutists).



Mindy Kaufman joined the New York Philharmonic on flute and piccolo in 1979 at the age of 22, after performing for three seasons with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. She received a bachelor of music degree from the Eastman School of Music, where she studied with Walfrid Kujala, Bonita Boyd, and James Galway.
Ms. Kaufman has appeared as a soloist with the New York Philharmonic under the direction of former music directors Zubin Mehta, Kurt Masur, and Lorin Maazel. For one season she substituted as principal flute with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
Ms. Kaufman performs chamber music regularly with her colleagues in the New York Philharmonic Ensembles, and has performed at the Moab Music Festival, Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music, and Grand Teton Music Festival.
In September 2014, Ms. Kaufman was invited to teach in the inaugural two weeks of the Shanghai Orchestra Academy, created through a New York Philharmonic Global Academy partnership with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, in collaboration with the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. She previously taught at Columbia University. Mindy Kaufman has been a featured artist at the Japan Flute Convention and the National Flute Association convention. A sought-after commercial musician, she has performed on more than 45 film sound tracks.

Mindy Kaufman’s appearance is made possible by generous support of Burkart Flutes & Piccolo. Ms. Kaufman is a Burkart Artist and performs on a handmade Burkart granadilla piccolo.



New York Flutists is a chamber ensemble that showcases a variety of instruments from the flute family including the piccolo, alto flute, and the bass flute. Founded by Soo-Kyung Park and many of her former students, the ensemble now includes many flutists from the New York music community. They are united by their goal to bring music to a wide range of audiences and garner interest from new patrons through engaging and innovative programming. The musicians of New York Flutists hold master’s and doctorate degrees in performance from prestigious conservatories in the United States and aboard. Many currently serve as faculty at various institutions of higher education in New York while maintaining active solo, chamber, and orchestra careers that span from New York to California as well as East Asia. 

New York Flutists successfully launched its first season of “New York Flutist in Concert” with featured guest artist Keith Underwood. At the concert, they also premiered (North American) Cuento Infantil sin Palabras (A Children’s Story without Words) by Venezuelan composer Andrés Levell which gained greater audience on Social media and made headline on the Venezuela Sinfónica. In December 2018, New York Flutists presented the first house concert “Afternoon Salon Concert,” which aimed to engage smaller audience in an intimate music scenery. New York Flutists were featured on various televised programs, including TKCTV Site Sketch and KCB Jinok Sylvia Lee’s Artifacts on KBTV, New York, promoting concert events as well as performing on set. This coming August, New York Flutists has been invited to perform at upcoming 47th Annual National Flute Association Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah.

New York Flutists:  

Yuna Yen-Yu Chen / Lareine Han / Jennifer Jo / Hee Jung Kim / Esther Hyung Lee / Julie Lee / Jinyoung Susanna Paik / Jisun Park / Soo-Kyung Park (Director) / Grace Quigley /  Hurlie Yang / Ashley Chia-Wei Yeh / Hyeshin Yoon

Special Guest: Eunjung Ahn, Organ / Sean Ormiston, Bass





Soo-Kyung Park, Director

Lareine Han, Manager

Esther Hyung Lee, Librarian

Julie Lee, Treasurer/Secretary

Jinyoung Susanna Paik, Coordinator

Grace Quigley, Technical writer


New York Flutists in Concert

Sunday, September 23, 2018 7PM

Christ & Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church, NYC

Musicians: Soo-Kyung Park, Keith Underwood, Sarah Abrams, Lareine Han, Edna Jeon, Esther Hyung Lee, Julie Lee, Jinyoung Susanna Paik, Hyeshin Yoon, Zimeng Wang, Grace Quigley, Hee Soun Choi (Cello)


New York Flutists Afternoon Salon Concert

Saturday, December 15, 2018 3:30PM

Park Ridge, NJ

Musicians: Sarah Abrams, Lareine Han, Esther Hyung Lee, Julie Lee, Clare Na, Soo-Kyung Park, Hyeshin Yoon, Sung Ae Song, Zimeng Wang, Grace Quigley

Contact to New York Flutists by email to nyflutists@gmail.com, facebook message, or via instagram.