Beautiful Zion National Park in Southern Utah provides the backdrop for the 2013 Zion Canyon Native Flute School.
This year we've expanded the Native Flute School to a six day intensive, but we've been able to keep the registration reasonably priced.
The school has four tracks, for the newest beginner to the seasoned advanced master player,
plus a special track focused on the Anasazi Flute.
We will also include sessions this year specific to the Didgeridoo.
Some of the evening events this year are sponsored by the Zion Canyon Arts and Humanities Council.
We thank them for their support!
Classes will address jazz flute, composition, ensemble performance and the
healing flute presented by great facilitators from across the nation.
You will come away with the ability to play with confidence and an understanding of rhythms, tones and improvisation.
The native flute is simple to play ... you don't even have to read music!
Zion Park Inn
Headquarters for this year's Zion Canyon Native Flute School is the
Zion Park Inn.
Zion Canyon National Park
The School is located on the edge of
Zion Canyon National Park, which is celebrating it's 100th anniversary this year.
Some tracks from various facilitators:
“I watched people really open up and be so proud of themselves as they learned to understand and try things.
They were so happy.
Comaraderie and spirit developed over these days.”
— William Shanor
“Please, please, please do this again.”
“This whole thing was beyond expectations.”
“Awesome!!! A MUST for every aspiring flootie. A nice cohesive group. I will look forward to returning each year!”
“The outstanding presenters, varied and diverse curriculum, good organization & scenery made this a life changing experience!”