Sunday, May 30, 2010

1st Annual Jim Pepper Arts Festival: Mark your calendars!

 1000Nations presents:                                                                                                                

The 1st Annual Jim Pepper Arts Festival

Benefiting Portland State University

Department of Native American Studies

September 28 – October 11, 2010

Portland, Oregon

Music Dance Theater Film Video Comedy Spoken Word Art Literature

Featuring Gunther Schuller
winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Music

In The American Premiere Performance of

Gunther Schuller’s Witchi Tai To:
The Music of Jim Pepper

The Jim Pepper Remembrance Band

Portland Chamber Orchestra

The Intertribal Veterans Powwow Drum from Ft. Defiance, AZ

Ed Edmo

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

October 7, 8, 9 2010

Other performers and events TBA

Tickets to go on sale mid-summer

Essential Jim Pepper on YouTube

Jim Pepper in performance

[] “Witchi Tai To”, from Pepper’s Powwow

[] “Water”, from Pepper’s Powwow, performed live at Oregon Zoo

[] Jim Pepper Story, Pt 1, Oregon ArtBeat, Oregon Public Broadcasting

[] Jim Pepper Story, Pt 2, Oregon ArtBeat, Oregon Public Broadcasting

[] Native Nations, hosted by David Liberty, May 20, 2010

[] “Legacy of the Flying Eagle”, performed live at Raab, 1991

[] “Ya No Ho”, from Comin’ and Goin’

[] “Ruby My Dear”, duet with Mal Waldron

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Native Nations interview on Jim Pepper

Here's the link to the Native Nations interview, May 20, 2010 on YouTube:

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Jim Pepper Lives!...Let's celebrate!

You are going to want to be in Portland in early October 2010. Jim Pepper Arts Festival announcements coming soon!