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Native Flute Player's Workshop - Dallas, Texas - Cornell Kinderknecht
Five Thursdays: April 19 - May 17, 2018, 1:30-3:00pm
April 19 ~ April 26 ~ May 3 ~ May 10 ~ May 17, 2018
Location: Dallas Meditation Center
810 West Arapaho Rd, Suite 98, Richardson, TX 75080 (See map and directions)
About this class:
In the Spring 2018 session of this course, we will focus on how to refine our playing, either when improvising or playing songs. We'll also work on ornamentation and recognizing note patterns. Along the way, we'll improve our technique and skills. Some topics may include:
♦ Developing smooth finger transitions
♦ Improvising with new scales
♦ Understanding rhythmic patterns
♦ Learning new songs
[Are you new to Native American flute or want to brush up on your skills? Have a look at the Level 1 and Level 2 classes in this series.]

Course fee: $145
$140 if registering by October 12
$160 if registering after October 12
* A pentatonic Native American flute is required for this class. If you need one, a high quality flute will be provided upon request for an additional $70.
Advance registration for this class
by April 18, 2018 is requested.
(See registration section below)

Native Flute Player's Workshop - Dallas, Texas - Cornell Kinderknecht
Instuctor: Cornell Kinderknecht
Cornell Kinderknecht is an award-winning World Flutes performing and recording artist as well as a teacher. In addition to his own solo albums, his work can be heard on numerous other artists' recordings across many genres. He has a private studio of flute students in Dallas and is in demand as a performer and presenter at music workshops and festivals around the US. With his expertise, he provides practical interactive instruction while his light-hearted approach puts students at ease. Cornell is an Indian Summer Music Awards winner, an early round Grammy nominee, and twice a Texas Music Awards finalist. He is director of the Pacific Northwest Native American Flute Gathering on Vashon Island and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the United States Ocarina Association.
Requirements / Pre-requisites:
Requirements for this course:
  1. Students should have either one of these pre-requisites:
    • Attended previous levels (1 & 2) in this series of classes
    • Intermediate through advanced experince with the Native flute
  2. Fluency with the basic NAF scale and some experience in the extended scale.
  3. Experience with NAF tablature is suggested.
  4. A pentatonic Native American flute is required for this class. If you need one, a high-quality flute will be provided upon request ($70 material cost). The key of A-minor is prefered for exercises that we play together as a class.
  5. Curiosity, willingness to experiment, and a the desire to have fun while learning music.

Please register/pre-pay by April 18, 2018

There are two options available for registration:
  ► Option 1:  
Online payment by credit card or PayPal:
Choose tuition / flute options:
(Your online payment is your registration for the class. Please print your receipt and bring it with you to the class)
Payments are processed through PayPal. NOTE: You do NOT need a PayPal account use this service. When you checkout and are prompted to log in to PayPal, look to the left where it says "Don't have a PayPal account?" to pay with a credit card.
If you are unable to prepay for this class, please contact Cornell to make other arrangements.
* Cancelation / Refund policy: No refunds will be made after April 5, 2018, unless the class is canceled (in which case, a full refund will be made).
  ► Option 2:  
Payment by check or money order:
Complete the following form and then mail your check, payable to Cornell Kinderknecht to:
Cornell Kinderknecht
P.O. Box 2313
Addison, TX 75001
(Your registration is complete when your check or money order clears.)
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