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TRADITIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTIST.

FLUTE PLAYING AS WELL AS TWO OTHER TRADITIONAL MUSICIANS WHO PLAY FLUTE AND ALSO ACCOMPAINED BY TWO NATIVE DANCERS.
  • When Dec 11, 2010 from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM (US/Pacific / UTC-800)
  • Where Johnny Titus Room Gr. Co Health Deptartment
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  • Contact Phone 541-575-1992
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Ko-Na Foster Kalama, great great grandson of chief Joseph, is a recognized performer of traditional Native American flutist. His program includes his own flute-playing as two other traditional musicians who also play flute, and also accompanied by two Native American dancers- all in traditional regalia. The program at times accompanies the Oregon Historical Socity's museum exhibit: Oregon is Indian Contry, funded by the National endowment for the Arts. Kalama and his group bring a few drum, rattles and 38 different flutes with them. Kalama is an international performer and instructor; his program lasts and hour and a half.