Crafting Native American Style Flutes


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Venue: Rocky Mountain Folk School

315 Pitkin St, Grand Lake, CO 80447


Discover the rich tradition of Native American flute-making with our engaging class at Rocky Mountain Folk School in Grand Lake, CO. Our experienced instructor, Stanley Loftness, a dedicated flute maker with 15 years of expertise, will guide you through this unique journey into the world of music and craftsmanship. In this class, you’ll delve into the intricacies of flute construction, starting with a preformed blank. Stanley’s passion for Native American culture and music was ignited during a visit to the stunning Canyon de Chelly in Arizona, where the haunting melodies of a flute reverberated off the canyon walls. Inspired by this experience and after acquiring a flute crafted by a Navajo artist, he embarked on a mission to create his own Native American style flute. As a medical professional, Stanley Loftness recognizes the profound healing potential of music. His holistic approach combines his medical knowledge with the therapeutic power of the Native American flute. Join us for an unforgettable experience where you’ll not only craft a beautiful, correctly tuned, and playable flute but also explore the spiritual and healing aspects of this ancient instrument. Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of Grand Lake and let the music guide you on a path to inner peace and wellness. Explore our one-of-a-kind hand-crafted Native American Style Flutes and embark on a journey of self-discovery and healing through music.


General Amenities

  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Free Parking
  • Good for Groups

Average Price Range: $$

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