Monday, March 24, 2008

Incredible lineup of performers and presentors at INAFA 2008

If you haven't already heard the news, here's the list of performers and presentators for the 2008 International Native American Flute Association convention to be held at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, July 9-13, 2008.

Convention registration is open to everyone with an interest in the flute. Evening performances are open to the public, as are the vendors (during the day). For more information about the convention, registration, and the performers, please visit: www.inafa.org

  • R. Carlos Nakai [performance and presentation]
  • Bill Miller [performance]
  • Kevin Locke [performance]
  • Lean “Sonny” Nevaquaya [performance]
  • Joseph FireCrow [performance and presentation]
  • Skip Healy (Irish flute and fife) and Mark Bachand (bodhran) [performance and presentation]
  • Michael Graham Allen (Coyote Oldman) [performance]
  • Autumn's Child [performance]
  • Xavier Quijas Yxayotl [performance]
  • The Peter Phippen Quartet [performance and presentation]
  • Frank Montano (Anakwad) [performance]
  • Scott August [performance and presentation]
  • N. Scott Robinson (In-house world percussionist) [performance]
  • Rafael Bejarano (In-house didgeridooist) [performance and presentation]
  • Flute Dreams Duo (Alice Gomez and Angela Malek) [performance]
  • William Hoshal [performance and presentation]
  • JazZen (Bobb Fantauzzo, Native American and Chinese flutes; Aaron Kerr, acoustic and electric cello) [performance and presentation]
  • Ann Licater [performance]
  • Randy McGinnis (Master of Ceremonies) [performance]
  • Helen Spielman [presentation]
  • Clint Goss and Vera Shanov [presentation]
  • John De Boer [performance and presentation]
  • Jan Seiden [performance]
  • Jonny Lipford [performance]
  • Robert Willasch [presentation]
  • Ken Light [presentation]
  • Randy Granger [performance and presentation]
  • Duke Addicks [presentation]
  • Michael Joseph Ulery (Native American flute) and Derek Mortland (guitars) [performance]
  • John Sarantos [presentation]

2 comments:

Falls-Down-Laughing said...

Sounds like a very full event! Should be a wonderful experience!

Forgive me, please, and pardon my ignorance (*ehe*), but where exactly is the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire?

Thanx!

- Falls-Down-Laughing ^_^
Blackfoot/Mohawk-Cree

Anonymous said...

UWEC is located in west central Wisconsin. We are approximately 90 miles east of Minneapolis/St Paul, Minnesota on I-94.