Award winning artist Mark Holland is considered by many authorities on the Native American Flute to be among the
top flutists performing and recording today. Leader and founder of Autumnís Child, Holland has described his project
Autumnís Child as Global Chamber Music; a hybrid of world, jazz, classical and folk styles. Through Autumnís Child,
Holland showcases the versatility of the Native American Flute, creating a new acoustic instrumental fusion,
an eclectic sound that is truly one of a kind. He is known for his skillful technique yet soulful playing from the heart.
Mark Holland started Autumnís Child in 1995. He began his publishing
and record label, Cedar n Sage Music in 1997. He has recorded 25 CDs to date. Holland has a B.A. in Music
from the University of Missouri where he studied with two members of the Saint Louis Symphony. Holland has been a
featured artist at numerous Native American Flute Festivals and World Flute Festivals among others. He regularly
tours throughout the country. Holland has recorded some tracks for a PBS documentary, "Redemption Road". He also
appeared as a guest on Capitol recording artist Chris Ledouxís CD, "Horsepower".
His music can be heard on a variety of online radio stations as well as Sirius/XM radio as well as Echoes PRI and
NPR and JPR stations and Hearts Of Space to name a few. His music has also been played on Frontier, Jet Blue and Air Tran airlines.