A Native American Heritage Month concert recognizing the breath of Hopi musical interests and talents.
This concert benefits the Hopi Educational Endowment Fund and the Verde Valley Archaeology Center's Capital Campaign to preserve an ancestral Hopi pit house village dating to A.D. 650.
Clark Tenakhongva, Gary Stroutsos and percussionist use their mastery of voice, flute and percussion to bring an explanation of Hopi cultural connections to Grand Canyon The program also features stunning images of Grand Canyon.
CASPER LOMAYESVA is a man on a musical mission. This Hopi / Dine' native has spent the past years traveling throughout the country and abroad performing his unique reggae sound. The music is reggae with a blend of herbs and spices from a variety of musical influences.