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|Lutakawi, Zuni Governor, photographed before 1925 by Edward S. Curtis|
|Diné (Navajo) People|
|Gary Stroutsos’ Magic Flute|
Along the way elders asked him to preserve their songs through the flute and implored him to play them often, lest their songs be forgotten. Remembering the Songs reflects time spent with friend and mentor Paul Thompson, Navajo flute maker – Fernando Cecillion, Zuni song keeper – and Lucy Vandenburg, daughter of Jerome Vandenburg one of the last Salish men who made and played traditional flutes.
Gary continues to work in each of the genres for which he has become known. He continues to push musical boundaries while maintaining his romantic style. He teaches students that the magic of the flute is in loving each note and defining it carefully with the spaces around it. It is that magic that often draws fans to travel cross-country to hear him play.
Located in 409 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA 98826, Icicle Creek Center for the Artis is dedicated to celebrating excellence in the lively arts and inspiring generations of students, artists and audiences through exceptional educational experiences, live performances, and special events - all in the breathtaking, natural setting of the mountain meadows.
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