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​​The National Flute Association, founded in 1972, is the largest flute organization in the world. Approximately 6,000 members from more than 50 countries join together in person, online, at conventions, informally and in forums, through publications and classrooms, in performance, in friendship and collegiality. Guided by its goals to encourage a higher standard of artistic excellence for the flute, its performers, and its literature, members include leading soloists, orchestral players, jazz and world music performers, teachers, adult amateurs, and students of all ages.

​​If you would like information on becoming a member of the Atlanta Flute Club, please contact either the President ( ) or Membership chairman ( ).  The Atlanta Flute Club offers email notifications of upcoming flute related events such as concerts, masterclasses and workshops. 

Flute World is America's #1 flute specialty house, proudly serving flutists since 1983. We offer the largest variety of top quality student and professional flutes and piccolos. Our Web site provides access to over 16,000 products including Instruments, Sheet Music, Recorded Music and Accessories.  Flute World also provides a large graded flute music catalog.

Larry Krantz Flute Pages has information about all aspects of the flute and links to other sites.  The pages also include flute information from professional flute players from around the world.  ​

This group exists to educate flutists and to help create connections in the music world. The site features forums, videos, and the Member Interview Series.

Each month FlutistConnect interviews one of its members; for the next installment, Valeria Zaurino answers questions about pursuing a career in music, and advice for beginners.

This site provides a list of all available fingering charts for Boehm-system flutes, which are the modern, most common type used today in bands and orchestras. The fingerings apply to all sizes (piccolo, concert flute, alto flute, and bass flute) of closed-G# flutes (the common option, as opposed to the rarer open-G# models) unless specified otherwise. Each fingering chart is split up by acoustic octaves, whose ranges are notated and clickable. Trills and tremolos are arranged in order by the lower, principal note.

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