High Spirits Flutes and THE GATHERING 2015

Posted on May 08, 2015 by Odell Borg

Odell Borg and High Spirits Flutes are excited to participate in THE GATHERING 2015.

Odell will be leading a workshop presentation titled: “Continuing Your Flute Journey with Odell Borg”
as well as performing live with NAMMY-awarding winning artist, Jan Looking Wolf both on Friday, June 12th.


Below, you’ll find more details about THE GATHERING and how you can register to attend!

Renaissance of the North American Flute Foundation (RNAFF) is pleased to present its 4th annual benefit conference:

THE GATHERING Of The North American Flute 2015

June 11th – 13th in Flagstaff, Arizona

Held over 3-days on the beautiful campus of Northern Arizona University, THE GATHERING is a unique event that combines daily, live concert performances with musician-lead flute workshops and presentations.  The musician-lead workshops and presentations take place daily during the first half of the day, while the live concert performance portion of the conference will beginning at 3PM and go until 10PM each evening.

Attending The Gathering 2015

Concert tickets are $25.00 per person, and include access to the live performances portion of the event only, for the date purchased; via NAU Central Ticket Office

Daily conference passes are $85.00 per day per person, and include access to all the musician-lead workshops and presentations as well as the live performances for that day; via RNAFF website.

A full 3-day conference pass is available for $225.00 per person, and includes access to all workshops, presentations, and live concert performances throughout the entire event; via RNAFF website.


All ticket sales for this event benefit Renaissance of the North American Flute Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, whose mission includes:

• The appreciation and adoption of the North American Flute as a contemporary musical instrument within society
• The research and preservation of the history and stories of the North American Flute
• The perpetuation and evolution of the North American Flute as a musical instrument for the people of tomorrow
• Collaboration with other cultures around the world that desire to study, contemporize, and persist the instruments of their indigenous peoples


Exceptional lodging and dining options are available to conference attendees for this event, through

Northern Arizona University and can be purchased during your registration process. For more detailed information about accomodations, please visit:

Conference Lodging Information

On-Site Dining Options