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American Indian musician to perform Feb. 22

February 6, 2007
By cnp
Posted in Community Events

Clarksville, Ark. --- Renowned American Indian flute player, singer, author and speaker John Two-Hawks will perform at the University of the Ozarks at 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22, as part of the university's 2006-2007 Walton Arts & Ideas Series.

The performance will take place in the Walton Fine Arts Center on the Clarksville campus. Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at the door on the evening of the performance or by calling 479-979-1346. Described as a preeminent master of the American Indian flute and world renowned Indigenous musician, Two-Hawks is an Oglala Lakota artist who carries on the ancient spiritual traditions of his people through ceremony, teaching and song. His powerful, enchanting music and wisdom-filled teachings are loved by people around the world. He has appeared in movies and is an award winning live theater performer. Two-Hawks, a resident of Eureka Springs, is an internationally acclaimed recording artist who has released 12 CDs. He has also written and published several books of wisdom and teachings, including Good Medicine. He has traveled the world sharing his cultural, character-building teachings and music, which are rooted in the wisdom of American Indian tradition and respect for our environment. Two-Hawks is a gentle, spiritual soul who shares with his audiences, through music and discussion, his vision for the mending of the sacred hoop of humanity and the healing of the wounds that have been inflicted upon Mother Earth.