Award-Winning Native American Musician Performs At NMSU Sunday
Join New Mexico State University this Sunday for a night of culture and music with two time Grammy award-winning musician Robert Mirabal.
New Mexico State University is hosting a concert and culture event this weekend called Harvest: An evening of song, dance and ceremony with Robert Mirabal. According to the event page,
"Harvest; Is first inspiring, a musical thought provoking journey of pueblo agriculture, told through Flute song, vocal songs, story, dance. This show will feature Robert Mirabal, Aspen Mirabal and Kona Sunrise Mirabal and some special guest."
Robert Mirabal is a two time Grammy award winning Pueblo musician and Native American flute player from Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. He is also a world-renowned Native American flute maker, with some being displayed in the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of the American Indian. Miracle has also won several awards and is a published author.
Tickets are only $10 and are available in person at the Pan Am Ticket Center Office, Ticketmaster Outlets in El Paso, by phone or online through the Ticketmaster website.