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Joanne Shenandoah in Concert Calendar

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When?
July 6
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7:30–9:30pm
*Registration required

Joanne Shenandoah is a composer, singer, artist, actor, educator and peace advocate. A Grammy Award winner with more than 40 music awards, she’s among America’s most critically acclaimed Native musicians. From traditional chants to contemporary ballads of Native ways, her performances are an informative, emotional, uplifting experience.

“America’s most celebrated and critically acclaimed Native American musicians of her time.”

Online ticket sales close at 5pm.  Additional tickets are available for $25 at the door (while supply lasts).

Joanne Shenandoah is a member of the Wolf Clan of the Oneida Nation, Iroquois Confederacy. Her parents, Maisie Shenandoah, a Clan mother, and the late Clifford Shenandoah, an Onondaga chief and jazz guitarist, loved music and named her Tekaliwakhwa, “she sings” in the Oneida language. As a child, Joanne learned the tribal songs and studied voice, flute, piano, clarinet, guitar and cello. She draws upon her rich heritage, yet brings her songs into a contemporary setting.

Shenandoah has appeared on and created sound tracks for numerous television shows, most notably Northern Exposure and How the West Was Lost. She has performed and recorded with many accomplished musicians in Europe and America, including pianist/composer Peter Kater, Neil Young, Rita Coolidge, Kris Kristofferson, Jackson Browne and Willie Nelson.

Thanks to media sponsor, North Country Public Radio.