Indigenous Solutions , Inc. Winter House Concert Series

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 Indigenous Solutions, Inc. Winter House Concert Series

September 2016 to April 2017

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2017 Indigenous Solutions, Inc.

Winter House Concert Series

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FRIDAY, MARCH 31st

BATONS UP FUNDRAISER

 

To support the non-profit organization, Indigenous Solutions, Inc. is hosting a special fund raiser activity (from New Zealand) during our Winter House Concert Series.

 

100% of the funds will go back to the organization to continue to hold future events including; arts & workshops on reservations & institutions, music festival (Navajo Nation - 2017), & Indigenous Arts Healing Festival (Santa Fe, NM 2018), Winter House Concert Series - supporting local, national and international artists.

 

All tickets purchased at the fund raiser for Batons Up is tax deductible.

indigenoussolutionsinc.org/Contact/Give_fundraiser

 

FREE ENTRY INCLUDES NIBBLES & REFRESHMENTS

CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

 

MUSIC

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FRIDAY, MARCH 3rd,

MADI SATO &

TIMOTHY P MCLAUGHLIN

Video of Madi Sato.

We are very excited to host husband and wife local artists, Madi Sato & Timothy P McLaughlin.  Be ready to experience powerful healings from the gifts that Madi and Timothy are about through spoken word and song.

 

Madi Sato is a singer, sound healer, and teacher of Ainu Japanese & Irish lineages. She has performed and recorded music in many styles and genres, ranging from blues & jazz to sacred world music, and created three albums: Soul in Love (2002), Madi Sato (2004), and Return to the River (2011).

www.madisato.com

 

Timothy P. McLaughlin is a poet, spoken word artist, and teacher. He taught in Native communities of South Dakota, Montana, and New Mexico for thirteen years and founded the celebrated Spoken Word Program at the Santa Fe Indian School. He and his students received numerous awards and were featured in many media publications and programs, among them The New York Times andThe PBS New Hour.

 timothypmclaughlin.com

 

Suggested donation $20-$10 sliding

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

POSTPONED FROM FRIDAY, JANUARY 20TH  TO FRIDAY, MARCH 31ST (SNOW)

BARBARA ROBIDEAUX & HOMER HUBBLE

 

We are very proud to feature two extraordinary artists; Eastern Cherokee author (Barbara Robidoux) and Dine traditions keeper (Homer Hubbell).

 

Barbara Robideaux is the author of two books of poetry Waiting for Rain (2007) and Migrant Moon  (2012).  Her fiction has appeared in the Denver Quarterly, The Yellow Medicine Review, the Santa Fe Literary Review and numerous anthologies.  SWEETGRASS BURNING : Stories from the Rez  a collection of linked short stories was released by Blue Hand Books in February 2016. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico where  she is a candidate for an MFA in creative writing at IAIA and is currently at work  on a Novella.  Barbara is of mixed blood  Eastern Cherokee and Italian heritage.

facebook.com/barbara.robideaux

 

Homer Hubbell  was born and raised in Tse’ Si Ani’, AZ. His is of the Dibe lizhiinii (Blacksheep clan) and is born for the Hoohniighaani (One Who Walks Around). His maternal grandparents clan are the Taacheeni’ (Red Streak Running Into the Water clan) and paternal grandparents are the Toodicheenii’ ( Bitter Water clan). As part on honoring the Dine’ traditions from his matriarchal lineage, Homer sings ceremonial song and stories. He shares his Dine’ culture and fosters the Hozho’ (Beauty Way) in all life.

facebook.com/homer.hubbell

 

Suggested donation $20-$10 sliding

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH

VENUS RISING

 

On the full moon come and be a part of a powerful evening filled with great food and company, then be marveled by  those who share their talent through song, art, spoken word, verse, poetry. story etc.

 

Venus is the Roman goddess whose functions encompassed love, beauty, sex, fertility, prosperity, victory, and desire. Come celebrate the Divine on the full moon in a women's circle.

 

Bring your voices or anything you would like to share this evening or just show up to be a apart of and witness.

 

Suggested donation is a plate of food!

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

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FRIDAY APRIL, 7th

RAMON BERMUDEZ & THE LOCAL NEIGHBORHOOD

Video of Ramon Bermudez Jnr & the Local Neighborhood.

Bring your dancing shoes or be ready to shake and groove in your seat because Ramon Bermudez & the Local Neighborhood are back! They will be playing a mixture of salsa & flamenco styled music.

 

Ramon Bermudez & the Local Neighborhood is a New Mexico contemporary musical quartet that consists of mostly original material. The players  come from a wide range of musical genres. When playing, they enjoy challenging music which takes them to new depths while entertaining their audiences.

 

The band consists of Mark Clark on percussions, Tim Valentine on guitar, Howard Cloud on bass & Ramon Bermudez on guitar.

www.myspace.com/ramonbermudezjr

 

Suggested donation $20-$10 sliding

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or indigiefemme@yahoo.com

 

POSTPONED

MUSIC

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Winter House Concert Series

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH

GERALDINE BARNEY

Hear song from Geradine Barney

We were honored to perform at the 2016 VA Womens Music Festival with Gerald Barney, who was well received!  To honor the feedback from patrons from the Indigenous Solutions, Inc. House Concert series wanting to see more indigenous musicians, we feel blessed to present Geraldine Barney!

 

Geraldine Barney is a singer/songwriter originally from Tohatchi, NM, who currently resides in Roslindale, MA. Geraldine’s music explores the relationship between the traditional Navajo values and beliefs she grew up with on the Navajo Reservation and contemporary city life. Straddling two cultures is a prominent theme in her music.

 

Geraldine was selected by ethnomusicologists from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History to be one of the artists on two CDs: “Music of New Mexico: Native American Traditions” and “Heartbeat: Voices of First Nations Women”, both on the Smithsonian Folkways label. She performs her music to both local and national audiences. She is currently working on a CD entitled "The Eastward Path".

facebook.com/geraldinebarney

Suggested donation $20-$10 sliding

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH

SONiA (aka Disappear Fear)

Video of SONiA.

Be prepared for an intimate & soul-filled evening with international award winning singer/songwriter, SONiA, who hails from Baltimore, MD. We are honored to have SONiA  back, as she hit off our Indigenous Solutions, Inc. House Concert Series in August 2014.

 

SONiA disappear fear has been widely recognized as a performer of supreme stature -world wide touring and the releasing of 18 acclaimed albums, She continues winning over fans with her energetic, conscience-driven music- delivering what she has always done best: powerful songs that challenge injustice, performed with passion and hope.

www.soniadisappearfear.com

Suggested donation $20-$10 sliding

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

MUSIC

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14TH

GINA BREEDLOVE

Video of Gina Breedlove.

We were blessed to feature Gina Breedlove last season and her essence and performance was phenomenal!  Everyone at her last house concert demanded she come back! WE ARE VERY HONORED TO HAVE GINA BACK AGAIN!!

 

With folksoul, Gina Breedlove has invented a delectable melange,  a contemporary sound with classic orchestration and an irresistible groove. It is indeed the medicine many of us have been waiting for. It’s music that celebrates the lives we struggle to build, and represents a courageous kind of beauty– that essential antidote to what ails us. Simply put, we need this. “gina‘s voice is sheer revelry, and her beauty captures your heart & mind” -jazztimes

www.ginabreedlove.com

Suggested donation $20-$10 sliding

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

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FRIDAY DECEMBER, 30TH

INDIGIE FEMME

Video of Indigie Femme.

Come and enjoy an evening with Indigie Femme who are just back from their New Zealand summer tour.  They will look forward to sharing wild tales from 'Downunder' woven into their songs.

 

They took home an award for the best in the 'Americana' music genre for their song, "You Taught Me To Love."  Indigie Femme has been described as, “A twist of world beats lavish the acoustic folk duo who tap into their indigenous roots.”  The connection of the Northern and Southern Hemisphere’s is what Indigie Femme is about! The weavings from their cultural matrilineal Navajo/Dine (Native American from Black Mountain, Arizona) and Maori, Samoa (Aotearoa - New Zealand) exude through Tash Terry and Elena Higgins’ dynamic performances!

www.indigiefemme.com

Suggested donation $20-$10 sliding

LIMITED SEATING CALL/TEXT 505-795-2543 or  indigiefemme@yahoo.com

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Indigenous Solutions, Inc. Winter House Concert Series - 1020 Valerie Circle, Santa Fe, NM 87507

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