Stuart Plays the Native American Indian Flute
Learn to Play the Native American Flute
Make your Own Native American Flute
Stuart is available to provide performances ranging in time from 15-90 minutes. He tells the story of the Native American Flute and demonstrates several of the instruments from his collection, and performs various selections from his current and upcoming CDs. For some venues, he provides percussion instruments and invites the audience to join in on several songs.
Stuart Hill's musical training included piano, guitar, banjo, and the Native American flute. He has been playing the Native American flute since 2003. Stuart believes that the flute is an instrument that truly allows a person to portray their heart and soul. Many of his original pieces reflect individual experiences and interactions with nature. He is a member of the International Native American Flute Association; the Northern Virginia Flute Circle, and the Potomac Flute Circle — two local groups that meets monthly to share music and flute-related interests.
Stuart has performed at coffee shops and cafes, for elementary and middle schools groups, for children’s day camps, and in other public venues. He volunteers and plays weekly in the Arlington Capital Hospice. He has recently appeared at: Jammin Java (Vienna, VA), Ovations Restaurant (Wolftrap Park, Vienna, VA), Bankok Blues (Falls Church, VA), and the 2007 Musical Echoes in Fort Walton Beach, FL, where he was selected as a fluteplayer contest finalist.