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Native American Flute Workshop
Name: Native American Flute Workshop
Date: May 11, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM PDT
Learn How to Play the Native American Flute with Jan Michael Looking Wolf Saturday May 11th from 1 to 3 pm 2111 Front ST NE Bldg 3-Suite 101, Salem, OR Cost: $150 (cedar native flute included in Am tuning) Also Included: lesson book, eBook and video lessons Note: Pre-registration is required with payment by April 27th, please email Stephanie for registration confirmation and payment instructions Join Jan Michael for a healing approach in learning how to play the world's third most ancient instrument. In this workshop we will review the history of the instrument, learn how it works, and learn basic techniques and songs. No musical background? No worries. Everyone will be playing and there is an instruction book provided with video lessons to keep learning after the class. A high quality, cedar flute that has a beautiful voice and tuning is included in the workshop. About Jan Michael Looking Wolf Recording Artist/Performer/Educator/Author/Humanitarian “A modern master of the Native American Flute, a premier performer of the instrument of our time…” – – – Billboard Journal An enrolled Kalapuya member of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde who resides within his indigenous homelands in Oregon, Jan Michael Looking Wolf is a world renowned Native American flute player. Traveling a broad range of musical styles, his recordings have garnered over 55 awards and a top 10 ranking in the global new age charts. Jan Michael’s lifeway and musical expressions are based on the tradition of‘ONE HEART’. In short, it is a universal truth that everyone is equal regardless of the color of our skin, tribal affiliation, language we speak, income, gender, faith, nationality or personal beliefs. ‘ONE HEART’ is the recognition of Unity through Diversity. Jan Michael regularly performs songs from his recordings. He has toured across the country and performed overseas. His music shares hope, love, compassion and connection. Also active in philanthropy, his music has been used to help several non-profit projects including children with cancer, homeless shelters, earthquake survivors, and youth drug and alcohol prevention. After nearly two decades of research of the Native American Flute, Jan Michael co-created a curriculum for an accredited university course which he instructs regularly. He has authored two books that are published. “One Heart: Getting Started with the Native American Flute”, an eBook that focuses on the flute’s history and instruction, and “The First Flute”, an original story published by Red Deer Press. “During the journey here, I have found it is true that we are all related. It is important to respect each other’s culture, after all, everyone and everything are born to the earth and sky. May you walk in beauty always.” –Jan Michael