Ralph and Dennis Zotigh: An Evening of Native American Music

February 24, 7:30 – 9:00 PM, UMBC Linehan Concert Hall, free

UMBC Folklife Center, CIRCA, and The Department of Music present Ralph and Dennis Zotigh, who will perform an evening of Native American music.

Ralph and Dennis Zotigh of the Kiowa Tribe have facilitated cultural presentations and performances more than 40 countries and 50 states. They co-founded the award winning Zotigh Singers group, which has produced six CDs and has been nominated for Native American Music Awards and Aboriginal Music Awards in Canada for their singing excellence. Ralph Zotigh is a former traditional music instructor at the Institute of American Indian Arts; Dennis Zotigh serves as a Cultural Specialist at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and writes for Smithsonian magazine. This event is made possible by a Folklife Network Grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.

Please note: All visitors to UMBC are required to wear a KN-95 mask or equivalent. KN95 masks will be available at the door for those who do not have one.

CIRCA is committed to making its events accessible to everyone. Please send an email to circa@umbc.edu to request specific accommodations.