Flute Harvest is where Native American flute enthusiasts come to learn, connect, and grow. This unique experience is hosted by Clint Goss, Ph.D., Kalani Das, MT-BC, and Vera Shanov, MBA. Flute Harvest is open to everyone with a connection to the Native American flute.
We offer a unique program that is customized for each person — providing a deeper learning experience tailored for each participant. The retreat includes close-knit groups sessions, personal interactions, and specific, individual learning experiences provided each day to each participant. We have seen that this approach creates the opportunity for dramatic growth in flute skills as well as general musicianship.
While we do not wish to exclude anyone, but in order to achieve the individualized program, Flute Harvest is limited to 12 participants, and all slots are filled for 2017.
If you would like to put on a standby list, or on an early-reservation list for our 2018 event, please Contact Us.
Remaining participant slots available: 0
Whether you’re an absolute beginner or seasoned professional, Flute Harvest provides unique opportunities for developing your passion for the flute (and other instruments), meeting like-minded individuals, and growing your music practice.
Flute Harvest is for:
- Recreational Musicians
- Professional Musicians
- Teachers, Therapists, and Facilitators
- Healing Arts Practitioners
- Craftspeople and Retailers.
Flute Harvest features classes and workshops for the Native American Flute and other instruments from around the world. All instrumentalists are welcome as are those interested in learning how to play other instruments, such as drums, tuned percussion, string instruments, mallet instruments, and other instruments that complement flute play. There will be plenty of opportunities to play together, network, share, and make new friends – Join us!
NEWS! We may offer CMTEs for Board-Certified Music Therapists (MT-BC). If you’re an MT who is interested in attending and need CMTEs, send us an email so we can keep you in the loop!