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Native American Flute

by Emiliano Campobello

During a shamanic ceremony at the cusp of 2005, the magic of the indigenous flutes was awoken in the heart of Emiliano Campobello. Since that moment, these flutes have become his friends and teachers, and he has become a passionate performer and instructor on the Native American, Japanese "shakuhachi", and ancient Anasazi flutes. He teaches private and group lessons and workshops, guiding others to connect with these sacred instruments and themselves. He has performed opening  ceremonies for the Hopi Eagle Dancers, Navajo/Dine Medicine teachers, the Sayaka Inka Condor Dancers, Shi Nen Kai (Japanese New Year), and 9/11 Peace Concerts.


Emiliano began recording songs with his friend Kevin Donoho, a guitarist and fellow flute player in 2009. Under the name Rockapelli, they created a magical collection of songs that have been enjoyed by a small circle of friends and fans. It is a sound journey with rockin' rhythms, soaring flutes, and the natural sounds of creeks, birds, Mother Ocean and the songs of whales. Rockapelli is currently undergoing a transfusion of new energy and expertise by composer/percussionist Chris James Thomas, and the newly remixed and mastered Rockapelli will be available soon! Here is a taste for your ears and eyes of the new  version of Rockapelli's song Apotheosis:

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Santa Barbara Performing Arts - Fire Dance and Flute

By Emiliano Campobello on Feb 15, 2012 at 11:27 PM in in Santa Barbara Performing Arts

Emiliano's haunting flute complements the exciting fire dance between Devin Zahn and Crystal Freedom.  This fusion performance combines Native American flute, dubstep, and firestaff dancing.. it's gotta be a first! Filmed at Red's in Santa Barbara.

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