Friday, April 25, 2008

NCFC Spring Fesitval 2008: Scott August

The second annual NCFC/NoNahme Spring Gathering starts tomorrow in Georgetown, CA. I saved the best for last in my articles this week leading up to the event. Headlining the event this weekend is recording artist Scott August.

Scott August will be presenting both an Anasazi Flute Workshop on both Saturday and Sunday mornings, starting at 10PM. There is a limited number of seats, so check in early to see if there is still room. Scott will also be presenting an Advanced Flute Playing Techniques workshop on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Check the Festival website for more details:
Scott August will also be headlining the concert on Saturday afternoon. The concert starts at 3 PM on Saturday afternoon, in the amphitheater. Tickets are $10 and there are a limited number of seats. Be sure to purchase your tickets first thing after arrival to the festival. Tickets will be sold at the NCFC/NoNahme booth near the entrance to the festival. You'll get the chance to hear teh Anasazi flute during Scott's performance. The Anasazi flute is more difficult to learn than the other styles of Native American flutes, and Scott has emerged as one of the premier recording artists on this style of flute. His latest recording: Lost Canyons features this instrument.

For a complete list of vendors, check out the festival page: Don't forget that the NCFC/NoNahme Spring Flute Festival is April 26-27, 2008, in Georgetown, CA. 8 AM - 6 PM each day

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