If you are looking for an authentic Native American flute and one of high quality you
                  are at the right place.  dg Hatch is a member of the Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan,
                  Chippewa tribe.

                  After 20 years of flute making he has found that his primary markets are professional
                  musicians and healers of all kinds and people that work with water.  His emphasis has
                  always been the "sound" and "quality craftsmanship".  He tends to keep most
                  configurations of his designs, low and smooth so that they travel well. 

                  Although considered an artist by many dg knows that it's not the artwork
                  that goes on a flute, that makes a great flute, it's the art that goes in a flute,
                  that makes a great sound.

Note:          Sorry, my "Flutes For Sale" page is not updated, due to my many travels and my
                   move to Colorado.  Please use this page to get an idea of my work and contact me for
                   more details about my current flute inventory at NativeFluteOnline@gmail.com
                   Please note that we can handle your requests in English, French or Spanish.

                   Miigwech, Thank You, Merci, Gracias,
                   dg Hatch

Please eMail me any questions or requests at   NativeFluteOnline@gmail.com


May       Zion Flute Festival,  Springdale, UT

Feb       American Indian Music Fest at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, AZ
July      Summer Concert , Hudson, Quebec, Canada
Sept     Yosemite Flute and Art Festival, Oakhurst, CA

Feb        American Indian Music Fest at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, AZ
May       Concert Tour with Terra Nova Ensemble , Normandie, France
Dec       Christmas Concert , Wendake, Quebec, Canada

News:         Since I've been traveling across Canada, USA and France for the last three years,
                   my website is not updated, but I do have flutes in-stock in most all keys.  I have also
                   been working on new ideas, new designs and new music... stay tuned! 

                   I made a couple of New flutes out of very old wood   that came from a broken-
                   up table, from an Oriental table, Bois De Rose from the best I can tell, very very hard
                   wood.  The two flutes one G and the other an A are both incredible sounding.  
                   And the story of all the meals and conversations that must have taken place as it served
                   it's time as a table and now a new life creating music.
Quote:         Is there something made by man that approaches the beauty of nature? Perhaps music!
                    - unknown