Hawk Henries and Native American Flute

 OneCircle Presents: Hawk Henries in Concert

 

 "Once you are in Hawk's presence, you will instantly see that his primary instrument as an artist is his spirit and that his flutes, though an extension of that spirit/breath, are merely secondary instruments of beauty."  ~Kerry A. Maloney, Director, Harvard Divinity School

 

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 music and making Eastern Woodland flutes using only hand tools and fire for over twenty years.

Hear Hawk play original compositions on a wide variety of flutes. You may even hear the Didgeridoo and Mbira! He also enjoys sharing his experiences and perspectives about life in hopes of acknowledging and honoring the Sacredness in each person and all cultures. He creates a calming yet engaging and contemplative space while maintaining a note of humor. His is a reflection of his thinking that we each have the capacity to make a change in the world.

He presents in many educational settings from kindergarten to university, and has also performed at venues such as the New Orleans Jazz Festival, the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian and the American Folk Festival.

Hawk's musical recordings include "Keeping the Fire", "Voices" and "Tribal Winds." You can learn more about Hawk at www.hawkhenries.com  

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