Sunday, March 19 • 5:00 - 8:00PM

Seekers Church - 276 Carroll St NW, Washington DC
(Takoma Metro - Red Line)
Wayne Henderson Workshop (flatpick guitar style)

Wayne Henderson's top-notch finger-picking is a continuing source of great pleasure and pride in Grayson County, VA; fortunately for the rest
of the world, his guitar playing has also been heard at Carnegie Hall, in three national tours of "Masters of the Steel-String Guitar", and in seven nations in Asia.

Henderson is a also a luthier of great renown, having received a 1995 National Heritage Award presented by the NEA. He produces about 20 instruments a year, mostly guitars and some mandolins. Henderson’s new CD, Made & Played, features a guitar very similar to the one featured in “Clapton’s Guitar: Watching Wayne Henderson Build the Perfect Instrument” a book by Allen St. John that tells the story of how Henderson built a a guitar for rock legend Eric Clapton, after keeping him waiting for more than 10 years.

Come to the concert, come to the workshop – see why Allen St. John traveled over 500 miles to find and write about Wayne Henderson and his incredible ability to make a guitar.  To make a great guitar – it is integral to know how to play it. And that is precisely what Wayne Henderson does best.

Click here to download a flyer.

Advane Registration for this Workshop has closed.
You can still register at the door.