Free Program - San Diego Native American Flute Circle
1:00 PM - Sunday, September 10, 2017
2 Hours

The second Sunday of each month the San Diego Native American Flute Circle, a group of Native American Flute enthusiasts, come together to enjoy flute music at the Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center. "We play for ourselves, for the universe, for everybody who wants to listen, and for any creature of the world which wants to observe us! It is FREE! Feel free to join us on the 2nd Sunday between 1&3 p.m. at the amphitheater outside the Visitor Center (unless the weather is not as nice as it usually is, then we will be playing inside)." On June 11, 2017, they will have a concert as part of the MTRP Foundation concert series and that concert will begin at 3:00 p.m.

In addition, the MTRP Foundation presents free concerts on designated Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year in the Visitor Center Theater.  For more information about our concert series,

Remaining Concerts Scheduled Concerts To Date:
Jun* 11 - Native American Flute Circle -  outdoor amphitheater
Jul    02 - Peter Sprague, guitar
Jul    16 -  Lillian Palmer—vocalist
Jul    30 - Pomerado Brass Quintet
Aug  06 - San Diego Clarinet Quintet
Aug  20 - Mind the Details -
Aug  29 - TBD (Tuesday)
Sep  03 -  West Coast Quintet -  Woodwinds
Sep  17 - TBD 
Oct   01 - N. Scott Robinson and K.S. Resmi - World Music
Oct  15 - Jess  Tekarek -
Oct  29 - Fred Benedetti , guitar
Nov  05 - Mesa College World Music Ensemble
Nov  19 - El Cajon Music Masters Barber Shop Chorus
Dec  03 - James Earp slack-key guitar
Dec  17 - Many-strings Chris and Jamie Burns, guitar and hammered dulcimer

2018
Jan  07 - Diane Mandle - Tibetan singing bowls
Jan  21 - Peter Pupping, guitar
Feb  04 - Duo Decorus - Paivikki Nykter and Cecilia Kim, violin, cello
Feb  18 - TBD
Mar  04 - Gregory Page "So It Goes" troubadour
Mar  18 - Marty Shaw Celtic violin program
Apr   15 - San Diego Harp Society

All concerts except the San Diego Flute Circle are performed in the Visitor Center's theater and begin at 3:00 p.m.  There are 93 seats and it is firstcome,first served.  All those attending the concert must be seated or if in a wheelchair, in the designated wheelchair area. The theater is equipped with a Telecoil system for the hearing impaired.  Concert schedule is subject to change.