Events

Past events

Mar 28 - Mar 29

Album Release: Sáandlaanaay-The First Light

NEW Album Release! ‘Sáandlaanaay-The First Light’ is sung in the endangered Indigenous language of Alaskan Haida. This album came together in the midst of the 2020 World Pandemic. Producer/musician, Tim Kennedy and co-producer/Haida singer, Sondra Segundo planned on getting together to add more vocal harmonies, but were not able to due to social distancing requirements. Although the album is not quite finished, the artist wants to release it now as a free gift.

Aug 21

Album Release

ALBUM RELEASE! "Díi Gudangáay uu Síigaay - I Can Feel the Ocean" now available for download! Go to link to preview my songs! So excited to share! Haw’aa! #haida #haidalanguage #indigenouslanguage

Jun 2

Khu.éex' at UpStream Music Fest

See Khu.éex' at the Upstream Music Fest + Summit! Doors at 6:00PM. Khu.éex'at 10:00 PM. Buy your tickets now at: https://www.showclix.com/event/UpstreamMusicFestival/tag/Khu About Upstream Music Fest + Summit Upstream Music Fest + Summit is a three day music fest where attendees can discover a diverse lineup of acclaimed national and international artists performing alongside 200+ rising stars from the Northwest and beyond. Our open campus in the heart of Seattle’s historic arts.

10:00pm PDT

Embassy Suites Ballroom

https://www.facebook.com/events/1970555593260252/

Jun 2 - Jun 3

PEOPLE OF THE DRUM

Seattle Peace chorus presents: People of the Drum, a tribute to Native Americans and drumming traditions from diverse cultures, featuring Haida singer Sondra Segundo, Tulalip storyteller Johnny Moses, Saanich drummer Paul "Che oke ten" Wagner, with professional chamber orchestra and honored guests. World premier of a new choral work by Frederick N. West.

Nov 18 - Nov 19

Native Art Mart - Holiday Arts, Crafts, Foods

Daybreak Star Cultural Center is filled with Authentic Native American Arts, Crafts and foods, perfect for Holiday Shopping. Many tribes and cultures are represented, including tradition and modern interpretations. Salmon lunch and Indian tacos are available for purchase, and entertainment is planned. Come celebrate with us, and support native american artists, artisans and craftsmen. Benefit for our Elders program for Native American Elders in the Seattle area.

10:00am - 4:00pm PST

Daybreak Star Cultural Center, Seattle, WA

https://www.facebook.com/events/1938240553058119/

Oct 9

2017 Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration

Celebrating Indigenous cultures!

4:00pm - 8:00pm PDT

Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way Seattle, WA 98199

http://www.unitedindians.org/?event=2017-indigenous-peoples-day-celebration

Oct 9

Children's Hospital Indigenous People's Day Celebration

I will be reading my books, sharing songs and selling art :)

10:00am - 12:30pm PDT

Seattle Children's Hospital

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