CD NOW AVAILABLE! Rävenwolf: Musical Excursions with Native American Flutes by Frank Henninger. Click for more information!
U P C O M I N G E V E N T S & C L A S S E S
SIGN UP NOW! Introduction to Playing Native American Flute
Saturday, May 19, 2018
Cost: $65 per person
Place: Participants must be pre-registered and
pre-paid with Moonstone & Sage. Seating is limited, so reserve your seat now by calling Moonstone & Sage at 610-644-2202. Moonstone & Sage is located at 208 E. King St., Malvern, PA. Visit www.moonstoneandsage.com for more information. PDF Download
Learn to play this beautiful instrument in one afternoon! In this single 3-hour class the students will go from little or no prior experience in playing the Native American flute to being able to play the basic Native American scale, and receive numerous handouts for additional skill development afterwards. Basic skills taught will include fingering patterns, breath control, playing rhythms and basic ornamentations. NO PRIOR MUSICAL EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY. A basic Native American flute will be required for this class and will be available to borrow from the instructor or to purchase from the instructor.
Rävenwolf Logo Student Flutes - Now Available!
Attend a Rävenwolf flute class and pick up a custom made Rävenwolf flute. Made by Jon Norris, of Jon Norris Music & Arts, the flutes are crafted from beautiful aromatic cedar in the key of A minor and laser etched with the Rävenwolf logo. Each flute is reasonably priced at $80.
NEW! A Gentle Guide to the Art of Meditationby Maxine Kaye
Featuring Native American style flute music by Frank Henninger
An adventure of a lifetime!
Our summer 2014 base camp adventure unfolded on the breathtaking shores of Turquoise Lake in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska. This slide show captures some of the amazing moments we experienced on our exciting trip.
For more information about this trip or future adventure trips, please contact:
Frank Henninger at 484-985-0195 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frank L. Henninger is an accomplished musician, amateur mountaineer, kayaker, hiker, published author and poet, adventure traveler, spiritual seeker and he holds a Masters degree in Liberal Studies.
Frank started playing Native American flutes in 2005. After two short, small group lessons to learn the basics, he began saying “yes” to any musical opportunities that came his way -- including more lessons with several well known flute performers and offers to play for various audiences. Frank now plays a variety of Native American style flutes, didgeridoo, udu, djembe, cajon, rav vast II (hand pan), and other drums.
Frank's musical roots include group and private lessons with Mary Youngblood, Cornell Kinderknecht, Ash Dargan, Jeff Ball, Clint Goss, Jan Seiden, Rafael Bejarano, Jonny Lipford, Suzanne Teng, Arvel Bird and Hawk Henries.
Frank Rävenwolf Henninger now has three CDs available for purchase. Visit the CD page for more information and ordering details.
Your group or organization can benefit from Frank's experience by scheduling a musical performance, book reading, workshop or slide show. Download our brochure and then visit the contact page to get in touch.