ONLINE: Indigenous Music and Instruments of Native North America with Jim Berenholtz

PURCHASE TICKETS

*EXCLUSIVE PRE-RECORDED PRESENTATIONS ARE VIEWABLE FOR 24 HOURS BEGINNING AT MIDNIGHT!

Ethnomusicologist Jim Berenholtz takes us on a musical trek across our continent today: from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast, from the frozen Arctic to the red rock deserts of the American Southwest. Experience a wide range of hoop drums from many different cultures, a shaman’s staff from the Northwest Coast used to keep rhythm, beautifully carved cedar flutes and bone whistles, ritual sound makers that imitate the wind, painted solar gourd rattles and medicine rattles made from turtles. Hear songs that honor animal spirits, or that call on the Creator to bring healing. This musical journey features sounds from the Hopi, Haida, Navajo, Lakota, Yupik, Seneca, Kiowa, and Kwakiutl, among others.

Ticketed Event: Member $5 | General $10

Ticketholders will receive their program link + Zoom meeting details at 11 am the day prior to the event. Official 24-hour access begins at midnight. Live Q&As at 1:30 PM. 

PHOTOGRAPHY, FILMING, AND RECORDING OF ANY KIND IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. VIEWING OF THIS PROGRAM IS SET FOR THE STATED PERFORMANCE, ONLY, AND MAY NOT BE RECORDED OR REDISTRIBUTED IN ANY WAY.

TICKETS: Online. Questions? E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 714.567.3677. Proceeds benefit Bowers Museum Education Programs. Tickets are non-refundable.

Event details

March 31, 2021 12:00 am - 11:59 pm