Events and Workshops

I am available to perform at your special event in the greater Chattanooga area or festivals relating to art, nature, and wellness.
To Book an event:  Event Booking
Please slide through the pictures of past events to the right.

Upcoming Events

Toes Yoga
Summer Solstice Practice
Saturday, June 20
3228 Brainerd Rd, Chattanooga
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Native American Style Flute Festivals I typically attend:
Sweetgrass Flute and Nature Festival:
Held in Hiawatha, IL – typically mid-September
Musical Echoes

Held in Ft Walton, FL – typically mid-April
Native Rhythms
Held in Melbourne, FL – typically mid-November

Other Festivals to note:
Fantastic family friendly event in Black Mountain NC.
Held in Spring and Fall.

Past Events

LEAF Music and Arts Festival
Sound Meditation with Geri Littlejohn
Sunday, October 19, 2014
9:00 a.m.   Black Mountain, NC

Restorative Sound Concert
Earthshaking Music
2:00 p.m.  Atlanta, GA
Saturday, October 25, 2014
$15 in advance – $20 at the door

Therapeutic Sound Workshop &
Restorative Sound Concert
Center for Mindful Living
Chattanooga, TN
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Workshop  2 – 4 p.m.
Concert  6 – 8 p.m.
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Hangout USA
Handpan gathering
June 12-15 – Asheville, NC
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Musical Echoes
Sunday, April 27 – Ft Walton, FL
Performance with Jonny Lipford
“Fields of Harmony”

Chattanooga Bach Choir
Sunday, November 24, 2013, 5:30 p.m.
Second Presbyterian Church
Native American Style Flute soloist
Early American Music in Honor of the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War

Sound Meditation
Center for Mindful Living
2-3 pm   Chattanooga, TN
Meditate while listening to the beautiful sounds of handpan.

Mindful Flute Playing – workshop
Sunday, November 10 @ 9:00 am
Native Rhythms Festival
Melbourne FL

Friday, July 26, 2013
Faces of the Goddess
Barking Legs Theater
7:30 pm – $15
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Friday, May 21, 2013
Arts Stroll  5-8
Folk School of Chattanooga

Saturday, March 23 2013
Little Owl Festival
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All Day Event
Chattanooga Audubon Society

Sunday, November 18, 2012
First Baptist Church Chattanooga
11:00 AM services

Friday, October 5, 2012
Wide Open Floor
Barking Legs (Chattanooga)
7:30-11:00 pm
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Friday, September 21, 2012
Park(ing) Day Chattanooga
Meditative Musical Playground
MLK and Broad St (Downtown Chattanooga)
9 am – 5 pm
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Tuesday, December 20 2011
Getting to Zero: A Midwinter Night of Music, Poetry, and Candles
Hosted by Chattanooga CARES
The Camp House – 6-9 PM
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Saturday, December 17 2011
performing with tHE HEARtS IN LIGHt
Track 29 – 10:30 PM
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Friday, November 25 2011
Starbucks- Read House (Chattanooga, TN)
Multiple Artists.  Show starts at 2:00 pm.
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Sound Meditation

This is a session in which I will share my meditative style on handpans and possibly other instruments. This is not a performance but rather an opportunity to experience the use of music to lead the participants into a deep relaxation. This is approximately 50 minutes of continuous music consisting of my compositions and intuitive improvisations based on the needs of the participants.  Most participants find this to be a profoundly relaxing experience and a few may find themselves drifting off into a dream.  It is my hope that participants will not only gain an immediate benefit from the class itself, but will also look to using similar music as a method for relaxation and inner peace. Sessions can be adapted for specific needs of the group.

“I wasn’t sure what to expect when going to the sound meditation, but was pleasantly surprised.  As someone who struggles a bit with long periods of meditation, the sounds assisted me into a beautiful meditative state into the dream world.”  Melanie

As a long time meditation practitioner and teacher, I have been exposed to many styles and forms of meditation. The effect of Robin’s music is profound in a way I haven’t experienced before. There is a depth and healing property to her music that is magical.”  Linda


Sound Journey

This is a session designed around the needs and interests of each group. It is 60 – 90 minutes of relaxed and energizing sounds. The Sound Journey differs from a Sound Meditation in that many types of instruments are used and the sound may be directly applied to the body.  Focus is on the experience of each participant and not typically as deeply relaxing as can be found with the Sound Meditation.  Instruments can include handpan, Native American Style Flute, world fusion flutes, monochord, Reverie Harp, n’goni, kalimba, shruti box, drums, rattles, didgeridoo, gongs, chimes, singing bowls, and bells along with a variety of other modern and world instruments. This is a wonderful opportunity for your group to experience the variations of sound.

Fundamentals of Sound

This is a class that I take to local elementary schools.  Is best in correlation with science studies of sound and sound waves.  I use a variety of instruments to demonstrate the many ways in which sound is made.  Possible topics discussed:  Resonators and their relationship to pitch;  Shape of sound waves in which I create sound wave disturbances for the students to hear this phenomenon as well as demonstrate sympathetic resonance to explore how sound waves travel; Vibration and sound with the use of stringed instruments and other sound boards.  This is also a great opportunity to expose students to a variety of world instruments.

Mindful Flute Playing

This is a workshop offered at a variety of Native American Style Flute festivals.  Please contact me if you would like to offer this workshop at an upcoming event.  I can also adapt these principals to most instruments.

Mindful Flute Playing is open for all flute players interested in deepening their relationship with their flutes, regardless of skill level. We will discuss ways to use our own heart’s music in a mindful manner and how to mindfully approach our flutes. Techniques discussed will include ways to prepare for this style of playing as well as exercises to incorporate into your daily practice. This will be a safe and non-judgmental space in which we can explore and share our experiences. Please bring your flute and an open heart.