Navajo Healing Flute Music for Cape Ann Seniors and Veterans August 16, Rose Baker Senior Center

Navajo Flutist Worth Hearing” – A preview of Jonah’s Gratitude CD by David Patterson, Professor of Music and former Chairman of the Performing Arts Department at UMass Boston. Jonah’s riveting, soulful flute music can also be heard on the compilation “One World, Many Voices.”

Special Offering for Cape Ann Seniors and Veterans. Nationally acclaimed Navajo flutist Jonah Littlesunday gained international attention when asked to perform at Senator John McCain’s funeral. Today Jonah is offering a special healing flute performance for Cape Ann Seniors and Veterans at the Rose Baker Senior Center. 11 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. To Register – call 978-281-9765.

Tickets are available for 3 riveting, healing flute performances this weekend:

  •  FRIDAY. August 16. Rocky Neck Cultural District on Rocky Neck Art Colony
  •  SATURDAY. August 17. Manchester Community Center, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts
  •  SUNDAY. August 18 the Saltonstall Mansion, Peabody MA

Plus Special Bonus Offering TOMORROW, August 17 at Wolf Hollow wolf sanctuary, in Ipswich MA. 12:30 pm – 1 pm.For tickets:

For More information and Tickets go to Eventbrite.


Healing Navajo Flute Performances by Jonah Littlesunday on Cape Ann and North of Boston

“Prayer and Love. Nothing and no one is above that. Love is the most powerful thing in the universe.  Add prayer, you create magic.”  — Jonah Littlesunday                                      

Native American flautist, Jonah Littlesunday was nominated in 2017 for three categories at the Native American Music Awards (NAMMYs): Flautist of the Year, Best Male Artist, Record of the Year (for the multi-artist compilation ‘One World Many Voices’). Jonah gained international recognition when he performed ‘Expressions of Love’ at Senator John McCain’s funeral.

Jonah is performing for the first time in New England, offering his riveting, soulful, healing music. Concerts and short performances will be offered North of Boston and on Cape Ann.

Schedule of Concerts:

  • Thursday, August 15.  6:00 pm – 7:30 pm. Manchester Community Center. 40 Beach St. Manchester-by-the-sea, MA
  • Friday, August 16.  7:00 pm – 8:30 pm. Rocky Neck Cultural Center. 6 Wonson St. Gloucester MA
  • Saturday, August 17.  5:30 pm – 700 pm. Manchester Community Center. 40 Beach St. Manchester-by-the-sea, MA
  • Sunday, August 18.  1:00 pm – 2:30 pm. the Saltonstall Mansion. 187 Lake St. Peabody, MA

Special short performances offered:

  • Thursday, August 15. 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm for patients at the Mass General North Cancer Center. Danvers MA.
  • Friday, August 16. 11:00 am – 11:30 am for Cape Ann Seniors and Veterans at the Rose Baker Senior Center.
  • Saturday, August 17. 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm. Wolf Hollow wolf sanctuary in Ipswich MA.

Go to Eventbrite to learn more about Jonah Littlesunday’s New England performances and for on-line ticket sales.

Questions: Call 978.283.4258 or email:


Nationally Acclaimed Native American Flautist Jonah Littlesunday, Performing on Cape Ann


Jonah Littlesunday will be in New England for the first time this August, performing his riveting, soulful, healing music along with sharing information about his Native American culture, history and folklore. Multiple Concerts will be held on Cape Ann.

Member of the Diné (Navajo) Nation, Jonah was introduced to the world when he was invited by Cindy and Meghan McCain to play flute at Senator John McCain’s funeral, to help Heal a Nation. Here is Jonah performing Expressions of Love.

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