2016/2017 Residencies – Hawk Henries

Hawk Henries, Native American Flutes    Learn more:  https://www.creativeground.org/profile/hawk-henries

 Name of
Dates Available
 Ages  Area(s) of expertise
Suggested Workshops
Assembly Option
Hawk Henries,
Eastern Woodland Flutes
November 14-18,
 All Ages Flute playing, flute making,
Native American life
  • small-group discussions & demonstrations of instruments, plus storytelling
Celebrate Native American Heritage month with Hawk Henries, an outstanding musician and composer who will share his flute playing and expose students to a variety of indigenous instruments from around the world. Hawk is also a flute maker and a storyteller who uses stories from his own life to connect to audiences of all ages. 

Hawk's visit in November, the week before Thanksgiving, will allow him to talk about himself and his journey as a Native American and an artist but also about the history, strength and challenges of his people, and the ways in which their traditions continue in the 21st century.

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About Hawk Henries

Hawk Henries is a member of the Chaubunagungamaug band of Nipmuck, a people indigenous to what is now southern New England. He has been composing original flute music and making flutes using only hand tools and fire for over twenty 25 years.

Hawk is committed to music as a traditional art form and as a vehicle for building bridges of communication and mutual respect. He teaches and performs in a wide variety of settings: indigenous and international art festivals,museums, concert venues,powwows,educational settings from kindergarten through university level, flute making workshops and private family gatherings

His rich and varied experience allows him to adapt his performance to match the needs of the venue and the audience. Though he presents to audiences of all sizes, he especially enjoys small groups where he can engage people on a more personal level.