Iva's 2021 Highlight Reel!

Thursday, November 4 | 7:30 PM 

Dr. Ugrcic will perform as a member of the LunART Chamber Music Collective at the RESILIENCE event. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear exciting contemporary chamber works in addition to Louise Farrenc’s rarely-heard Nonet, a classic from the romantic period. 

For more information, visit: lunartfestival.org/resilience

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This is COVID-19 quarantine edition recorded Oct 2020 for the LunART's Virtual Festival HUMAN FAMILY 🎵 I am so grateful we had a chance to play together despite all the difficulties!


FANMI IMÈN is Haitian Creole for Maya Angelou's famous work, Human Family. Both the musical and literary poems acknowledge differences within mankind, either due to ethnicity, background, or geography, but Angelou's refrain: 'we are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike,” reaffirms our humanity as a reminder of unity. Coleman's work draws inspiration from French flute music blending with an underlying pentatonicism found in Asian traditions, a caravan through Middle Eastern parts of the world merging with Flamenco, and an upbeat journey southward into Africa with the sounds of Kalimba (thumb piano).

Read an interview with Dr. Ugrcic published by Footlights for the article in the March issue "She Made This." Iva talks about her career, love for music and art, the beginning of LunART, and its meaningful work over the past three years highlighting two women artists Kelly Parks Snider and Fabu Phillis Carter and their involvement with LunART. 

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My World and Welcome to it w/ Rex Owens

Dr. Ugrcic talks about her growing up is Serbia, musical educational journey, living and working in US, and the impact Covid-19 had on her solo career as well as LunART! 


New Etudes Every Week!

This initiative started as my way of coping with, and in response to COVID-19. It commenced with sharing simple and beautiful romantic solo flute etudes with friends and family around the world. My hope is to bring a little light to their everyday lives knowing that so many art events and concerts have been cancelled or postponed. 


This initial idea quickly developed into the #covidchallenge, an effort of keeping my playing in shape while going back to basics and enjoying this new, slow-pace environment. 

So far, I have been working on the following 4 books:  

Do you have questions or any suggestions on the next book etude? Feel free to contact me. Let's get a little bit better every day!

Check out the most recent etude:

Here is a super fun project I've been working on with my hubby in quarantine :) I think Lou Harrison would be okay with the found instrument substitutions we discovered in our apartment and minor changes in a solo part. Hope you enjoy it!