Matusi Headjoint

Eva Kingma

The Matusi headjoint is an invention of Matthias Ziegler, one of the worlds most versatile and innovative flutist.
It is possible to make a Matusi on all of Kingma flutes and also on every existing head joint for c-flutes.

The Matusi headjoint is available from David Kerkhof. If you are interested please contact him.


Grolloo Flute Sessions 2021?

Eva Kingma

You may be interested in the status of Grolloo Flute Sessions 6 (2020) in relation to COVID-19.
As you know many measures are taken worldwide and by the Dutch government to fight the COVID-19 virus. Group activities, such as concerts are not possible until mid-2021, and possibly longer.

We are so very sorry about this, but at the same time agree wholeheartedly with any measures that are necessary to stop the COVID-19 virus. Preparations for GFS 6 were well on their way and we were so privileged to have a wonderful list of participants. Every year again we are dedicated to making a wonderful festival and also this year we were looking forward to the next edition, together with you. But we do not want to take any risk for you, or anyone involved in the festival.
We hope we can count on our flute-lovers to join us in Grolloo in the future.
We already have been thinking about Grolloo Flute Sessions in 2021. The new dates have been selected: August 25-29 in 2021.

We sincerely hope that we can welcome you this year.
 Please let us know if we can reserve your place for this year – without cost and you’re free to cancel!
We wish everybody the best in those insecure times and hope we will all meet next year healthy and happy!

Very best wishes,
The Grolloo Flute Team:
Eva, Luuk, and Gert


Book about the Kingma workshop

Eva Kingma

Order a copy of the book about our webshop at Blurb.

This book is full of pictures, taken at our shop, showing several aspects of the flute making process.


NFA Life Time Achievement Award for Eva Kingma

Eva Kingma

I am honored with this amazing recognition by the flute community. The other laureates were George Pope and Andras Adorjan.