Emiliano Campobello

Emiliano has been honored and humbled to play his flutes at the request of shamans and spiritual teachers from around the world. He has been blessing and being blessed at events and ceremonies honoring a wide array of World Teachings from the likes of Chief Arvol Looking Horse (Lakota), Masaru Emoto, Deepak Chopra, Michael Bernard Beckwith, Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. (Toltec), Ram Dass, Her Eminence Dagmola (Buddhist), Angaangaq (Kalaalllit, Greenland), Walking Thunder (Navajo), Tibetan Rimpoches, Eagle (Hopi) and Condor (Inka) Dancers, and more wonderful friends...

 As a recording artist with Spirit Wind Records, his 2 albums "Rockapelli ~ A Native American Flute Journey" and “Rockapelli -Freedom” have both been nominated by the Native American Music Awards, and the songs “Snakeskin” and “Apotheosis” (from the first Rockpelli album) were both finalists for the Indian Summer Music Awards. Emiliano has received the Silver Arrow Award twice for his contributions to the Native American Music Industry, and records on soundtrack productions for film, documentaries and theater. Currently he performs as a soloist on the Native American flute with the orchestras in Emmy award-winner Jonathan Wineglass' acclaimed symphonic composition “Big Sur: The Night Sun”.

In his home town of Santa Barbara, California, he guides others in Native flute meditation ceremonies, teaches flute lessons, and performs where Spirit calls him.

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Nominated for a Native American Music Award