“Remembering The Songs” is a music and lecture performance based around the same-titled documentary film and musical album. The project provides a unique look at the musical traditions from Zuni, Navajo and Salish communities and the importance of songs to these people. This program includes the screening of a 30-minute documentary in addition to Gary's storytelling and live performance of the songs.
GARY STROUTSOS’ live performances have captivated audiences around the world. His meditative flute music and time-honored stories evoke the lands and cultures that he has studied over the course of his 35-year career. Gary’s mission is to carry the music forward to future generations and to promote stewardship of diverse cultures and the natural environment. Gary’s unique musical style and use of humor transcends human differences in age and culture, connecting audiences in a shared contemplative space that transport listeners to a spirit of place.
Celebrate the sublime landscapes of the Northwest at Cascadia Dreams, a multimedia presentation featuring stunning images and mesmerizing video of our local mountains, rivers, beaches and the Salish Sea, accompanied by a live performance by Native American flute master Gary Stroutsos. Part of Elevation: The Art of Cascadia, this special presentation highlights the passionate photography of John D’Onofrio and Lance Ekhart in an elegiac tapestry of sight and sound.
An intimate concert featuring award winning Seattle flutist Gary Stroutsos, Kalamazoo flutist/author Ken Morgan and Fennville keyboardist/percussionist Jim Cooper.
"An Evening with Gary Stroutsos" is an 'in the moment' live performance that showcases Gary's diverse flute music and his one-of-a-kind flute collection. Gary's many stories related to his diverse musical influence are woven and shared throughout the performance.
The Earth Spirit Duo Gary Stroutsos, Native American flutes, and percussionist Carolyn Koebel accompanies the presentation of Desert Dreams. Music with projected images create an immersive experience for all ages. Kalamazoo Nature Center. Free
On Thursday, Oct. 20 at 6:30 p.m., world flute artist and storyteller Gary Stroutsos will present a tribute to the tradition of song and story in the Zuni, Navajo and Salish cultures. The event will include a showing of "Remembering the Songs," - a 30-minute film offering a glimpse of the music-makers of the Diné, Zuni, and Salish communities. Stroutsos will play his traditional American Indian made flutes and answer questions following the presentation.
Gary Stroutsos is a world acclaimed storyteller and flute player. HIs music can be heard on over 40 CDs as well as Ken Burn’s Lewis and Clark documentary, “Corps of Discovery.” He has performed at the White House and toured extensively weaving his tales of native history and ancient flutes with mesmerizing melodies from his vast collection of instruments. He is well-versed in jazz, Native American and Asian compositions and will share his vision of the power of music to unify, heal and illustrate.
The theme for this year's Storytelling Expo is "Telling the Story, Singing the Song". It will be held on Sunday afternoon, October 16 at 2:00 pm.
An evening of World Flute Music with Gary Stroutsos. Come on a musical journey as Gary's solo performances of meditative soundscapes create a spirit of place among us all.
The concert will benefit St. Mary's Living Supplies Closet. There is no admission charge for the concert, but donations to the Living Supply Closet will be greatfully accepted.
"Capturing the Legacy of the Native American Flute" with Gary Stroutsos.
Saturday, October 1st: 4-5:30 pm presentation and concert
Sunday, October 2nd: 10 am service with special guest Gary Stroutsos
Gary Stroutsos, World Flute Master and Cultural Storyteller will be performing at the Round Church in Richmond, VT on Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 3:30 PM.
Gary Stroutsos' Forest Dance Artistic Statement
I am honored to have worked with Tony Garone on this special project. It extends the range and scope of the music and lyrics that Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull created during their most prolific early years (1967-1971). (Click for more)
Gather in Japanese style to enjoy the Harvest Moon at the Garden during Otsukimi.
Musical performances by Gary Stroutsos on bamboo flute, and Gretchen Yanover on cello. Haiku Northwest returns to host their ever-popular haiku contest, and Seattle Astronomical Society will once again make their telescopes available to glimpse an unforgettable view of the full moon.
The Grand Canyon Music Festival is bringing its Native American Composer Apprentice Project (NACAP) to Scottsdale Community College, The Navajo Nation Museum, and the Museum of Northern Arizona.
We celebrate the Centennial of the National Park Service with “Puhutawi,” a new genre of Hopi music, taking the power and sophistication of Hopi traditional music and expanding its sonic possibilities via fusion with contemporary chamber music.
Gary Stroutsos performs with Hopi artists Clark Tenakhongva and Trevor Reed.