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Sat, Jun 17


Newmarket Hall

Haitch - Native American Flute

As part of our 2023 Sound Therapy Practitioner Training Certification. A 2hr workhop on Native American flute designed to teach you the basics of playing the flute, from proper breathing techniques to playing simple melodies.

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Haitch - Native American Flute
Haitch - Native American Flute

Time & Location

Jun 17, 2023, 1:30 PM – 3:50 PM GMT+10

Newmarket Hall , 212 Ashgrove Ave 212 Ashgrove Ave, Ashgrove Brisbane


About the event

In this workshop we explore helpful tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your flute playing experience. With this tuition, you'll be able to learn the basics of the flute in no time.

We dive into

  • Flute Structure
  • Adjusting Frequencies
  • Grasping Technique
  • Common Issues
  • Practicing with Pads
  • Finger Solutions
  • The Wall Exercise
  • Practicing Scales
  • Single Tonguing
  • Advanced Double Tonguing
  • Articulation Techniques
  • Rolling Techniques
  • Wave Exercises
  • Shake It Activity
  • Refreshing Skills
  • Learning a Melody or Refrain
  • Four-Part Breakdown of a Refrain
  • Performing the Complete Melody or Refrain


Haitch is a professional multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, performer, composer and teacher living on Turrbal land, Brisbane, Australia. Looking to nature for inspiration and world cultures for instruments, his uniqueness lies in the moving fusion of uncommon and classical instruments.
 Looking to nature for inspiration and world cultures for instruments, his uniqueness lies in the moving fusion created with uncommon and classical instruments. Including Native American style drone flutes, Yidaki, slide didgeridoo, Balinese suling flutes, mellophone, trumpet, cornet, electric Indian zither, vocals, loop pedal and piano.  Past performances include NYE at Woodford folk festival plus workshops, Mind Body Spirit festivals Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, Wanderlust, Byron Spirit Festival, corporate seminars, international retreats and many more.  As an accomplished multi instrumentalist, Haitch has toured with various artists. Including Grammy nominated artist world music and devotional artist Dave Stringer on his East coast Australia tour as well as other touring artists from USA, Portugal, Canada and more.  As a session recording artist, Haitch has been the didgeridoo on ‘A Tribute to The Seekers’ by Andre Riers Australian angel pop soprano star, Mirusia Louwerse. As well as playing Native American style flutes and tin whistle on other tracks by Mirusia.  Haitch has dedicated his life to collecting and mastering the instruments that he composes, records and performs with today.


Instrument history

-Trumpet since 1990

-Piano since 1991

-Didge since 2002

-Flutes since 2005

-Zither since 2010

-Vocals since 2012

Ensemble History

-Queenland Youth Orchestra

-Brisbane Brass

-Redlands Shire Band

-Various Australian and USA Artist

-Haitch Music Solo Artist & Bands


This workshop is part of our Live Training Events

for the 2023 Australian Sound Healers Association 6 month Practitioner Training Certification -

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