Who Are We?

The Neuse River Flute Circle was founded in 2005 to:

  • promote the continuation of the indigenous flutes of North America
  • support those who want to expand their abilities to play these instruments and to learn about the body of music associated with them
  • encourage the makers and the making of American Indian style flutes
  • provide a venue for sharing music and music resources with those interested in indigenous flutes
  • cooperate and coordinate with individuals, associations, flute circles, and other organizations engaged in activities similar to ours
  • cultivate interest in the “Native American Flute” and in American Indian flute music through educational outreach programs, performances, and scholarly research
  • bring individuals together on a regular basis, and in an open and inclusive way, to celebrate and explore the richness of American Indian flute music – all are welcome.