More Than Just A Bunch of Notes: Virtual Workshop
Spark your creativity by gathering fresh ideas and perspectives to unlock your musical potential!
Together we will cover the following:
- Inducing inspiration and creativity to turn your melodic ideas into musical stories and songs
- Developing rhythmic patterns to break up the "same-ness" and add more interest to your playing
- Experimenting with melodic shapes to create those memorable hooks in your song or improv
- Leveraging a variety of forms and templates to alleviate the stress and expectation of "being super creative" with your work
Bring your A-minor (or the more comfortable) Native flutes. Plan to learn some new things, have fun, and enjoy the camaraderie and energy between these two professionals.
Seating is limited to 30 participants in each session!
Because we understand you might be a busy professional, we're offing this workshop twice to accommodate as many people and schedules as possible. Here are the times that this workshop will be offered via Zoom:
Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 2 p.m. Central Daylight Time
Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 6 p.m. Central Daylight Time
Please choose your date/time above near where the price of the workshop is shown.
- Each workshop will be held via Zoom. If you do not already have Zoom, you can download it here: https://zoom.us/
- You will receive a PDF automatically after your checkout with all the info (including meeting link and password)
- New to Zoom and not sure how to run it? Here’s a great and simple video tutorial to help get you started! https://youtu.be/fMUxzrgZvZQ
Here's another helpful video that shows you how to adjust your audio settings ahead of time so that you get the most out of your experience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
About Cornell Kinderknecht:
Cornell Kinderknecht is a lifelong musician and award-winning recording artist and performer on world flutes, piano and saxophone. He has a large studio of world flute students and he’s known for his light-hearted approach to teaching about all aspects of music. His music can be heard in television, film and on radio around the world. He has taught and performed throughout the U.S. and was also a featured soloist in concert at the prestigious Carnegie Hall. Cornell is the director of the Pacific Northwest Flute Gathering on Vashon Island and on the staff of the Zion Canyon Native Flute School. He inspires players at any level to explore their musical voice and to have music as a lifelong, natural creative outlet.