Kything-Flutes-Mark-Hoza-makers-markWelcome to Mark Hoza’s Kything Flutes!

Mark Hoza makes hand crafted wood headjoints for concert flutes and wooden keyless D flutes.

Contact me via the comments field at the bottom of any page or via one of these means:

  • Email:  Mark(at)
  • Land line within Australia:  (02) 6601 9318
  • Land line from outside of Australia:  +61-2-6601-9318
  • Mobile from within Australia:  0438 115 660
  • Mobile from outside of Australia:  +61-438-115-660

Let me know if you’d like to have me make your next flute for you!


Mark Hoza


8 Responses to Home

  1. Bill says:

    Alo ha Mark,
    Came by to check out your site.

  2. Tom says:


    Fantastic interview with James on World Puja.

    Thanks, Namaste,


  3. Abby says:

    Listened to your interview on World Puja and wanted to see if you have heard of water flowforms. They are part of the vast work of Rudolf Steiner. They are physical structures/sculptures that move water in various patterns to swirl in energies and oxygen. He has used them to cleanse animal runoff ponds and to mix fertilizer into water for use on plants. Not just useful, they are beautiful.
    Here are the most useful websites I’ve found of the subject and

    • Mark Hoza says:

      Hi Abby,

      Not only have I heard of flow forms and Rudolf Steiner, but I have studied Steiner for many years and am good friends with Iain Trousdell of New Zealand who is the guy behind Flow Forms and their use in many fields!

      I’ll find his websites to post here. I’m on my mobile, and am not in a great position to do this right now.

      Thank you for your comments. And keep in touch if you feel so inspired.


    • Mark Hoza says:

      Fantastic!! I just checked and see that your website suggestions are my friend Iain Trousdell’s websites!!!

      That’s just super.

      Any one interested in working with water would do well to contact Iain. He is doing fantastic work.

      Thanks for the smile!


  4. Bankruptcy lawyer says:

    I like the rich beautiful sound of a flute.I bought this little flute in Australia about a year ago. I have played it a lot.

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