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Pamyua: In Concert

by admin default ~ March 20th, 2009

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In the words of Pamyua, one of Alaska’s musical gems:

We call it Tribal Funk and World Music… And so will you!

It is our enchanting Inuit harmonies, the sound of the didgeridoo, and the thunderous roll of the African djembe that causes a rich explosion of cultures. The well-mixed sound reinterprets what cultural music is all about. We’re creating a sound that has it’s own culture  – it’s African – it’s Inuit. We have created a sound that will make you believe that there is an actual musical tradition for our mixed heritage. Enjoy!

Our concerts are presented in the Sheldon Community Arts Hangar, in downtown Talkeetna.

Doors open at 7 PM; show begins at 7:30.

Admission: $20.

Purchase your tickets online HERE!

. . . or by phone at 907-733-1700, or at the KTNA office on Second Street in Talkeetna.

This concert is made possible in part through generous support from the Alaska State Council on the Arts, Matanuska Telephone Association, Moose’s Tooth Brewery, and people like you.

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