Native American Music Concert - Award-Winning artists in Full Regalia!

Native American Music Concert - Award-Winning artists in Full Regalia!

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Homestead Resort

700 N. Homestead Drive

Midway, UT 84049

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Culture-Rich Concert for the Entire Family! (Children under 12 are FREE!)

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”A Musical Journey Through Winds of Change”

Join award-winning recording artist, Shelley Morningsong and world champion Native American dancer, Fabian Fontenelle as they present an ancient and historical music timeline! A musical journey to the earliest beginnings of traditional Native American music and its evolution from the past to the contemporary sound of today.

Opened by international Didgeridoo master, Randin Graves!

Please bring a chair or blanket - don’t forget a picnic dinner or enjoy a delicious dinner at The Homestead before the concert!

(This concert is presented by the Where Passion Meets Purpose, aka Solstice Flute School, a 501C3 non-profit organization.)


SHELLEY MORNINGSONG - Grammy nominated Shelley Morningsong is the winner of multiple honors including Artist of the Year and Record of the Year from the Native American Music Awards. She is one of the leading voices in contemporary Native music. The running theme throughout her traditional Native music playing in contemporary music is one of universal oneness and a message of peace and love.

FABIAN FONTENELLE - Zuni/Omaha born Febian Fontenelle is the great, great grandson of famed heifer Big Elk of the Omaha people. A performance by Fabian is a show in itself, a captivating display of ancient sacred songs, dancing, drumming and handcrafted regalia. A world champion pow-wow dancer, Fabian is an original member of the American Indian dance theater and has done consulting work and acting for the History. Hannel’s , “Into the West“ produced by Steven Spielberg.

RANDIN GRAVES - randin is a dual citizen of the USA and Australia, a Fulbright Fellow, former coordinator of one of Australia‘s leading Aboriginal art centers and one of the world’s leading experts on the musical instrument known as the Didgeridoo. He has performed in settings as diverse as a classical concert at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC, jazz festivals in Europe, and Aboriginal festivals in Australia.

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