Native American Flute Performance in Sedona

Red Rock State Park in Sedona, AZ

Special Musical Event featuring Native Flute Player Jesse Kalu

April 3rd, 2016

Jesse Kalu

Back by popular demand, Internationally recognized Native Flute Player Jesse Kalu will be returning to to Red Rock State Park in Sedona, Arizona on April 3rd, 2016 at 2:00 pm! Jesse’s intimate performance including questions and answers will last approximately 1 hour. This Heartfelt Presentation includes a unique mixture of bamboo flutes, poetry, story, and nature voices. Jesse’s presentations touch his audiences in unique ways. Each of his flutes has their own name and song. Emanating through his handcrafted flutes are the wildlife calls of doves, quails, loons, hawk, owl, seagulls, dolphins, whales, coyotes, wolf, elk and more. Jesse Kalu has been sharing his music throughout the world since 1994.

“The story of my friend & brother of the heart Jesse, is a story of Spirit, finding joyous expression in the life-paths of individual human beings, who have actualized their dreams. As a native chamorru of the Mariana Islands, Jesse lived his early years on a tropical territory of the U.S. in the northern pacific. Jesse remembers playing in his village bamboo grove as a child at the age of 4, and being treated by his native elders with herbal & natural medicines whenever he was ill. It was then, he began to hear the melodies within, that ‘danced in his heart’. “
Excerpt from “Breath of Spirit” Jesse Kalu profile by: Diana James.

We highly recommend making your reservations for this performance as soon as possible! Seating is limited, and last months performance sold out quickly. The reservation fee for this performance is $5.00 per person in addition to the Park’s regular admission fee of: $7.00 per adult (14 and up), $4.00 per youth (7 – 13). To reserve your spot please call Red Rock State Park at 928.282.6907.

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