Register for Flute Harvest

Register for Flute Harvest

Click here to register for the 2021 edition of Flute Harvest.

If you have questions or issues about the registration process, please contact Vera Shanov at or on her cell phone at 203-644-4596.

Please register early to assure on-site lodging!

Number of Participants

After seven wonderful events in 2014–2020, we have developed a unique program that is customized for each person. We do not wish to exclude anyone, but in order to achieve this individualized program (and promote a retreat setting with the close-knit group sessions and personal interactions), we are limiting this year’s edition of Flute Harvest to 15 participants.

If the current year’s event is filled, you may click here to place yourself on a waiting list for the event, in case there are cancellations.

Payment Plans

Participants have the option this year of paying for the registration (and optional housing) on an installment basis. You have the option to pay 50% at the time of registration, then 25% by August 1, 2021 and the remaining 25% by September 1, 2021.

Please see the Registration Form for details on the payment plan.

Cancellation Policies

Lodging portion

Prior to August 1, 2021, the lodging or commuter fee portion of your registration will be refunded.

On or after August 1, 2021, due to restrictions by the retreat center, the lodging or commuter fee portion of your registration is non-refundable.

Workshop portion

Prior to October 1, 2021, the workshop portion of your registration fee will be refunded minus a $75 handling fee.

On or after October 1, 2021, 50% of the workshop portion of your registration fee will be refunded, and the other 50% may be applied to a future Native Flute School hosted by Kalani or Clint Goss.

Grievance Policy

This section only pertains to participants who opt for CMTE credits

Participants of continuing education courses and programs have the right to file a grievance with the Provider.

A grievance may be filed for various aspects of the Provider’s courses or programs, including but not limited to; the quality of the program, the timing or availability of the program, and the instructor’s ability to fulfill his/her obligations to the Participants.

Grievances may be filed for a course or program up to four weeks after the completion or end date. Participants may contact the Provider by email or by US mail, at Kalani Music 23705 Vanowen st. #177, West Hills, CA 91307. All communication will commence in writing, either by email or US mail. Senders assume full responsibility for the confirmed delivery of all communications.

Should the parties reach a resolution at any time, the grievance process will be considered closed, otherwise, it will continue until the grievance process is exhausted.

  1. Provider will respond to the Participant’s grievance and offer solutions within a two-week period following receipt of grievance. (Proposal #1)
  2. Participant will respond to proposed solution(s) within two weeks of receipt. Failure to respond within the timeframe results in closure.
  3. Provider will respond with proposed solutions within two weeks of receipt. (Proposal #2)
  4. If a solution is not reached within two weeks of receipt of the second proposal, the Participant, at his/her discretion, may appeal to the CBMT’s Continuing Education Committee for assistance.