May 6, 2023 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Celebrate A Cross Cultural Journey
Julia Haines, Harp & Voice
Matoaka Little Eagle, Song and Story

Recommended donation is $15

Flying, soaring across cultures, Julia and Matoaka celebrate our Earth
and the Elements in music, song and story. We’ll take you there.

Julia Haines has a unique approach to the lever harp. Called a “harper among
harpists” and a ‘hip harper” by the Irish press, she won First Prize for harp and
voice at the O’Carolan Festival, Keadue, Ireland. Her radiant music fuses world,
folk, rock, classical & improvisational influences.

Matoaka Little Eagle: Tewa, Apache, Chickahominy, is a culture bearer. As a
singer, dancer, and storyteller of diverse Native American cultures, her work
promotes respect, tolerance, and celebration. She has collaborated with David
Amram, Pete Seeger, John Sebastian, John Cage, Pura Fe Ensemble, Ulali, Spider
Woman Theater, Louis Mofsie, the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers,The
Swift Eagle Dance Troupe, The Vanaver Caravan, bringing great joy and
inspiration to her audiences. In 2022, she played the role of Grandma Jingle Dress
in the award winning contemporary Native musical premier of “Distant Thunder”,
at the First Americans Museum.

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