The NYFC will celebrate its centennial season in 2019-20. Updates here.
The New York Flute Club sponsors:
- A professional concert series
- The New York Flute Fair
- An ensemble program
- A monthly newsletter
- An education and enrichment program
- Commissions of new music for flute
- A variety of publications and recordings
- Free admission and two guest tickets to monthly concerts
- Ensemble program
- Access to extensive member directory
- Free listing of members' events in our online and newsletter calendars
- Monthly newsletter
Welcome to The New York Flute Club
Join us for our 98th season (2017-2018)
I am pleased to announce our upcoming (2017-2018) season:
|Sept 17, 2017||Nobutaka Shimizu|
|Oct. 15, 2017||Carlos Nakai|
|Nov. 12, 2017||Emily Skala|
|Dec. 3, 2017||Zara Lawler (workshop/performance)|
|Jan. 21, 2018||Mindy Kaufman|
|Feb. 25, 2018||Flute Fair with Karl-Heinz Schütz|
|March 18, 2018||NYFC Competition Winners|
|April 8, 2018||Maxence Larrieu|
See our online calendar for more information about these exciting events!
—Pat Zuber, president, The New York Flute Club
|Nobutaka Shimizu||Carlos Nakai||Emily Skala||Mindy Kaufman||Karl-Heinz Schütz||Maxence Larrieu|
News and Updates
Become a Member
You can join or renew your membership online and, with membership, view our membership directory, edit your profile, and list your upcoming concerts in Member Events. More member benefits are listed on our membership registration page.
The New York Flute Club, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of flute playing and the appreciation of flute music. It provides a common meeting ground for professional, student, and amateur flutists and offers performance opportunities for flutists and composers. We welcome as members musicians and music lovers who are interested in the flute and flute music. Founded in1920 by eminent flutist Georges Barrère, composer Lamar Stringfield, and a group of their associates, The New York Flute Club is the oldest such organization in the United States. Hear Georges Barrère in 1941 playing a transcription of the gamelan piece Lagu Ardja by Colin McPhee.