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Thunderbird American Indian Dancers Perform Nov. 8

Thunderbird American Indian Dancers Perform Nov. 8

10/20/2010 

The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, who specialize in the songs and dances of the tribes of the Northwest Coast, will perform cultural songs and dances at SUNY Cortland on Monday, Nov. 8.

The performance will start at 7 p.m. in the Dowd Fine Arts Center Theatre. Presented by the Campus Artist and Lecture Series (CALS), admission is $3 for SUNY Cortland students and $5 for the general public. Children 10 and under will be admitted free of charge.

Tickets may be obtained through the Campus Activities and Corey Union Office, Corey Union Room 406, or at the door one hour prior to the performance. For more information on tickets, call (607) 753-5574.

Wide in appeal, the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers has made an enormous contribution to the effort of preserving and perpetuating American Indian culture for more than 25 years. The ensemble’s repertoire includes dances of the Woodlands (Iroquois and Winnebago), Plains (Sioux) and the Southwest (Hopi and Santo Domingo). Selections will also include the traditional “Fancy Dance” and “Hoop Dance,” as well as a variety of other distinct regional tribal dances.

More information is available at their website


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