Ann Licater has 7 spots left for this unique and powerful class. Many have found it especially wonderful because Ann will be presenting along with cellist, Suellen Primost! In the first half of the class Ann will run through technique brush-up on the native American flute (scales, embellishments) and then work with playing improvisational duets. Suellen Primost is a cellist, coming from Oakland, and will play improvisations with the students. There will be a mic/amp with reverb for the flute and the experience is really transformational.
Class fee is $49 payable to Moonfyre Metaphysical:
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov 25th 7:15 PM- 10 PM
WHAT: Technique and Improvisation- Native American Flute w/ Cello
LEVEL: Beginning - Intermediate
TEACHER: Ann Licater- Native American and World Flutes
GUEST: Suellen Primost, Cello
401 E. Campbell, Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008
Call to Reserve a spot- 408-370-0333 OR email firstname.lastname@example.org Fee Policy: Non-refundable Class fee is due to hold a space
About Ann Licater
Ann Licater: Native American and World Flutist. Fresh from her first performance at Carnegie Hall, and a former student of R. Carlos Nakai, at the Renaissance of the Native American Flute, Ann is a recording artist, featured performer at the World Flute Fest, and a San Jose Chamber Orchestra soloist. She facilitates healing workshops for Kaiser Permanente Wellness Centers and holds an M.L.A. in Spirituality. Her CD "Following the Call," solo wood and clay flute music was nominated "Best Native American Album" and "Top Twelve Best Contemporary Instrumental Album" of 2007 in the NAR Lifestyle Music Awards. It Ann's music is heard on NPR stations on the "Hearts of Space" syndicated show as well as on cable and radio stations world-wide. Ann resides in the San Francisco Bay area in Northern California.
About Suellen Primost
Suellen Primost is a seasoned cellist, sound healer and performance artist, known for her versatility and expressiveness. She has spent her long musical career engaged in orchestral work, recording, chamber music and interdisciplinary collaborations. While living in Santa Fe, NM, Suellen worked with adolescent patients at St. Vincent Hospital and with Navajo Youth in rural and intercity programs. She also founded her own school. After moving to the Bay Area in 2002, Suellen joined Artship Ensemble as its Music Director. She currently performs with the Espiritu Ensembles, Native and world flutist Ann Licater and “Kiss the Joy as it Flies” Ensemble. She resides in Oakland, CA.