FULL PACKAGE – Spring Style Learning Series for Native Flute – All three sessions, Saturdays March 26 – April 9


This is the full package of all three sessions of the 2022 Spring Style Learning Series for Native Flute. Purchase this item to attend all three sessions and save.

ONLINE through Zoom

Sit back, relax and have some fun playing music together on three Saturdays during Spring 2022. Let’s explore some musical styles.

In each interactive session, we’ll learn some songs together, look at the stylistic characteristics and structure, add some embellishments, and discuss tips on playing in the style. Each week we will look at three new songs. You’ll receive the sheet music, with NAF TAB and finger diagrams, for a total of nine songs for the entire 3-week series.

Sessions in this series are appropriate for players that some basic experience with Native flute through advanced experience.



Cornell Kinderknecht is an award-winning World Flutes performing and recording artist as well as a teacher. He has a private studio of flute students in Dallas as well as a wide-reaching online community of students. He is in demand as a performer and presenter at music workshops and festivals around the US. With his expertise, he provides practical interactive instruction while his lighthearted approach puts students at ease.
Cornell is an Indian Summer Music Awards winner, a Great American Song Contest winner, and has twice been a Texas Music Awards nominee. He has been a featured soloist at the prestigious Carnegie Hall. His album Into Stillness reached #7 on the Billboard Magazine New Age Albums chart. His music can be heard in film, television soundtracks and advertising. In addition to his own solo albums, his work can be heard on numerous other artists’ recordings across many genres.
Cornell is currently the Director of the Pacific Northwest Native American Flute Gathering, on the staff of the Zion Canyon Native Flute School, and music director of the Dallas Recorder Society. Outside of music, Cornell is one of the directors of Dallas Meditation Center in Richardson, Texas.