Upcoming Performances

  • Apr 29

    Gathering of Nations PowWow

    Albuquerque

  • Apr 30

    Hillsboro Community Center

    Hillsboro

  • Apr 30

    Wellspring

    Las Cruces

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Upcoming Dates

Saturday, April 29th, 2017

Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Stage 49
Expo New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM [map]
Price: www.gatheringofnations.com/

Randy Granger performs in the Arena 10:35 am April 29th. 

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Rev. Randy Granger speaker and guest musician - 11:00 AM
140 W. Taylor Rd
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Rev. Randy Granger delivers inspirational message and music at Wellspring new thought church in Las Cruces, NM. 

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

An Iliad in Hillsboro - 3:00PM
Elenora Street
Hillsboro, NM 88042 [map]
Price: Suggested donation $5

Theatre Dojo, Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger perform An Iliad at the Hillsboro Community Center. http://theatre-dojo.org

Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

Randy Granger at Albuquerque Folk Festival - 2:00pm
Albuquerque, NM 87196
505-255-6037 [map]
Price: http://www.abqfolkfest.org/

Randy Granger on the Jemez Stage, 2pm. 

Saturday, June 17th, 2017

Randy Granger at the Black Range Lodge in Kingston - 3:00PM
Kingston, NM
575-895-5652 [map]
Price: tba

Award-winning musician Randy Granger performs at the Black Range lodge in historic Kingston, NM 3PM. 

Past Dates

Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

Randy Granger guest speaker and guest musician - 11:00 AM
1504 Wirt Rd
Houston, TX [map]

Randy Granger special guest speaker and guest musician

SUNDAY PROGRAM TIMES

Sunday Program
Apr 23, 2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
“Native American Creation stories for Earth Day” Rev. Randy Granger.

Randy is a non-denominational minister, spiritual teacher, Native American story teller and professional musician from Las Cruces, New Mexico.

After service join us for coffee and fellowship in the foyer

 

http://ufoh.org/

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

Hooker Spring Fling - 12:30 pm and 2:00 pm
Downtown
Hooker, OK [map]
Price: free

https://www.facebook.com/hookeroklahoma.net/

Randy Granger performs as part of the Hooker Spring Fling festival in downtown Hooker, OK. Lots of events and music. 

Saturday, April 1st, 2017

Voyager Southwest Flute Festival - 9-5
8701 S Kolb Rd
Tucson, AZ [map]

Annual Voyager Southwest Flute Festival with booths, performances and workshops. 

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

La Posada
Mad Hatter Tea Party - 1:30PM
670 S. Park Centre Ave
Green Valley, AZ [map]

Sunday, March 19th, 2017

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Rev. Randy Granger speaker - 10:30AM
501 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
United States [map]

Rev Randy Granger regularly scheduled speaker during service 

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

Desert Sage Coffee House Series
Desert Sage Coffee House Concert Series with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
518 Alameda Blvd
Las Cruces, NM
575-526-6333 [map]
Price: $10 donation at the door

Multi-instrumentalist, composer, recording artist, and singer-songwriter Randy Granger blends elements of southwest music like Native American flutes with world percussion, distinctive vocals, and other worldly HandPan instruments like the Halo, the Panart Hang and Moyo, Zen Tambour. The unique sound and energy of Granger’s live performances have earned him headline status many Native American and World festivals around the U.S. Learn more at www.randygranger.net. 

Proceeds from the Desert Sage Coffeehouse series support the St. Andrew's Hospitality House, a non-denominational hospitality house for families of people in ICU or CCU in Las Cruces-area hospitals.

575-526-6333

Sunday, March 12th, 2017

Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 2:00pm
125 Pioneer Plaza
El Paso, TX 79901 [map]
Price: http://www.elpasolive.com/calendar/1309-jewel-box-series-killing-buddha?

http://www.elpasolive.com/calendar/1309-jewel-box-series-killing-buddha?

Location:One Pioneer Plaza Admission:Tickets are $16 at the box office, Ticketmaster outlets, ticketmaster.com (additional online charges may apply), 800-745-3000 and 915-534-0609. Season tickets for all eight shows are $103 (a 20% discount), available at the El Paso Community Foundation, online at epcf.org/give/donate (designate “Jewel Box Series Season Tickets”) or by calling 915-533-4020.Contact Name:El Paso Community Foundation Contact Phone:800-745-3000 Website: http://www.epcf.org/give/donate


Deming’s Theatre Dojo offers this award-winning modern take on an ancient North Indian legend about a serial killer seeking atonement from the divine teacher. Writer director
Algernon D’Ammassa plays all of the characters, accompanied by nationally known Native American musician Randy Granger on wind, string and percussion.

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

The Moth Mainstage - Scottish Rites Temple
The Moth Mainstage - 7:00PM doors open 6:30
301 W Missouri Ave
El Paso, TX 79901 [map]
Price: https://themoth.org/events/the-moth-mainstage-in-el-paso-1

the Moth Main Stage debut in El Paso, TX. Featured story tellers. Randy Granger guest musician/timekeeper.  

tickets and info: https://themoth.org/events/the-moth-mainstage-in-el-paso-1

Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of stories told live and without notes.

Moth shows are renowned for the great range of human experience they showcase. Each show starts with a theme, and the storytellers explore it, often in unexpected ways. Since each story is true and every voice authentic, the shows dance between documentary and theater, creating a unique, intimate, and often enlightening experience for the audience.

Through ongoing programs in more than 25 cities, The Moth has presented over 18,000 stories to standing-room-only crowds worldwide and it currently produces more than 500 live shows each year. Additionally, The Moth runs storytelling workshops for high school students and adults in underserved communities through their Education and Community Programs.

The Moth has an enthusiastic following for all of its content. The Moth podcast is downloaded over 30 million times a year, and each week, the Peabody Award-winning Moth Radio Hour is heard on over 400 radio stations worldwide. The Moth’s first book, The Moth: 50 True Stories was a NYT Bestseller and its new book will be released in Spring, 2017.

Sunday, March 5th, 2017

House Concert
House Concert with Randy Granger - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
tba
Las Cruces, nm [map]
Price: $20

Intimate House Concert with Randy Granger and fundraiser for the Cat's Meow Adoption Center. 

House concerts are a casual and intimate way to experience a musician up close in a comfortable setting. 

Tickets are $20 with portion of proceeds going to the Cat's Meow Adoption Center. 

For address, to reserve and for information contact Alison Reynolds at 575-649-5135 or email alisonkreynolds@gmail.com 

Sunday, February 19th, 2017

Center for Spiritual Living
Rev. Randy Granger speaker - 10:30AM
501 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
United States [map]

Rev. Randy Granger regular speaker during service. 

Saturday, January 28th, 2017

Randy Granger Concert and Workshop - Workshop 2-4PM Concert 6:30-8:30
2450 SOUTH KOLB ROAD
Tucson, AZ 85756 [map]
Price: Workshop: $20 Concert: $15 Both: $30.00

Workshop and Concert with Randy Granger. Contact Paul for more information 

Presented by: Paul & Sharon Surhoff and Diane Plante of the Voyager Flute Circle

Workshop: $20

Concert: $15

Both: $30.00

Reservations and Information:

Cal Paul Surhoff 908-917-2307 or psurhoff@gmail.com

Workshop information:

2-4PM Saturday Jan 28th at Abounding Grace 2450 SOUTH KOLB ROAD, Tucson, AZ 

Finding the Spirit of the Flute Song
Ever wish you could remember the songs you play? Do you play the same song over and over? Do you feel like there is a song inside of you that you can't quite express? Then this workshop is for you.

In this two-part workshop you should learn how to notate you own songs using a quick and easy Tablature that you only need a sheet of paper to use and a simple numbering system. More than this method of notation Randy will teach you the creative part of how to write Flute songs using imagery, sound, visualization and how to create a heart-felt song and tap into the emotional and spiritual side of flute music. All level players are welcome and any key is fine.

Randy Granger is a professional recording artist, touring musician and multi-instrumentalist. He has been a music educator for over 35 years for the Yamaha School of music, private students, Skype students and has taught workshops, classes and at Native Flute schools including, Zion Canyon Flute Festival, Medicine Park, Tahlequah, RNAFF, INAFA, (now known as World Flute Society), Flutequest, Native Rhythms, Voyager, Sweetgrass, Casa Grande and others.

Randy is a multiple Indian Summer Music Awards and New Mexico Music Awards Winner, multiple NAMMY nominee and multiple nominee for the Zone Music Reporter awards, the broadcast industry's tracking system. His music is heard on Sirius Soundscapes, I Heart Radio, Music from the Hearts of Space, Native Radio and stations around the world including NPR and PBS. He headlines many Native American and World music festivals and tours the United States as a solo artist occasionally having guest musicians sit in with him.

Randy makes his home in Las Cruces, NM and is of Mayan and Apache ancestry we well as a meditation teacher, licensed massage therapist, writer, actor and minister. He has eight commercially released albums and a youtube channel with over 1.7 million views.

Concert with Randy Granger 

6:30-8:30

Saturday, January 21st, 2017

Rio Grande Theater
Randy Granger and friends concert - 7:30 PM MST
211 N. Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88001
505-523-6403 [map]
Price: http://www.riograndetheatre.com/event/255493

Touring Las Cruces musician to present concert at historic Rio Grande Theater

 Award-winning Las Cruces musician, Randy Granger, is happy to finally have a full concert in his hometown. 

“After touring most of this year coast to coast twice, over sixty performances and half the country it is very nice to share what I do with the people of Las Cruces. I love telling stories about the Mesilla Valley to my audiences on the road.” Granger said. 

The concert is even more significant in that it will be his first performance in the Rio Grande since the completion of the mural on the theaters outside wall facing Water Street. All the people in the image represent performers who were on screen or live at the theatre from 1929 to the present. The project was fully funded with grants from the Paso Del Norte Health Foundation and approved by the Mayor and Las Cruces City Council in July 2016. 

Students in the Ignite for Fun program in Las Cruces have been creating art in Las Cruces with social justice themes. Court Youth Center Artistic Director, Irene Oliver- Lewis says this is the students 4th project. Muralist Sebastian Velazquez says the design was inspired by the building. They used some of the historic tile and rosettes from some of the original 1920 architecture. As well as some of the actors and actresses of the times from when the theater opened until today.

 Granger is the local performer on the mural, which includes actors from the silent film era to Star Wars, and then Granger playing the Native American flute he is so renown for in his recordings, awards and performances. For his January concert at the Rio Grande Theater he’s invited several other Las Cruces musicians and an actor to join him on stage. These are people he’s collaborated with here including his award-winning work with actor Algernon D’Ammassa and their very successful Theatre Dojo project. Flamenco guitarist Jake Mossman, musician, magician and entertainer Jamie O’Hara as well as cellist and singer/guitarist Alison Reynolds and a few dancers he’s worked with as well.

 “It will be like a Randy and friends concerts because we have such very talented people here whom I’ve had the joy of working with and I want to share our energy and work with the audience. We have so much fun playing together I thought why not let others in on it?” He said. 

Along with performing on the road he is also a sought after workshop leader and teacher at festivals and music schools around the country. He has volunteered his music at Mesilla Valley Hospice for over ten years and teaches other musicians how to begin that process. He’s played at Arbors Del Rey, The Aristocrat, Golden Mesa and the Village at Northrise for assisted living residents and those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia with remarkable results. 

Granger led a Spiritual Journey to Acoma Sky City and Canyon de Chelly in 2014. A busload of New Mexicans from Las Cruces, Socorro, Santa Fe and Albuquerque were on the trip. The group meditated, drummed, practiced Yoga, learned about Native American spirituality and enjoyed a personal concert in Canyon de Chelly. He is an ordained minister and a regular speaker at the Center for Spiritual Living in Las Cruces as well as other churches in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho and Houston. He’s led meditation and drumming groups at his home for a couple of years now.

 This concert will feature Granger’s award-winning music as well as some Native American stories he shares with audiences around the U.S. He performs on the ethereal Hang drum, Native American and World flutes, world percussion, guitar and voice as well as the Ukulele. A lifelong musician he makes his living full time at music. Recently he won and Indian Summer Music Award for his recordings, his second award. He’s won the Great American Song Contest, and flute playing competitions as well. He’s been nominated for a number of NAMMY’S, New Mexico Music Awards and broadcast industry awards.

Originally from southeastern New Mexico he’s lived a variety of places and now makes his home in Las Cruces. He’s the Master of Ceremonies and performs at the Dona Ana Arts Council Renaissance Artsfaire for three years now. He’s a sought after MC and headliner at major Native American other world music festivals including the Gathering of Nations, Sundance Film Festival, Casa Grande Ruins festival, Zion Canyon, White Sands full-moon concert series, Native Rhythms festival in Melbourne, FL, the Heard museum and dozens of solo concerts, house concerts and a variety of venues.

 Unsure his Native American ancestry Granger decided to do several DNA tests to confirm. He discovered, like many from the southwest, he has Mestizo ancestry. More specifically the results revealed significant percentage of Mayan (Choltan), Apache, Athabaskan and even some Dogrib tribe. He’s gone on to research their practices, beliefs and way of life.

 KRWG-TV picked him for their first Music Showcase series, which has gone on to become very popular. He’s appeared on several TV specials, talk shows and programs as well as countless radio interviews and in magazine, newspapers and online articles. His music is heard on stations around the world including the program “Hearts of Space,” Sirius Soundscapes, I Heart Radio, Pandora Radio and NPR and community stations worldwide. In 2007 National Public Radio’s All Things Considered featured his work on the Hang drum in a story called, “Like water over bells” which gained him immediate worldwide notoriety. His YouTube channel has over 1.7 million views and he enjoys several thousand followers online.

 He has eight commercially released albums out which will be for sale at his show and said he will be happy to sign them. His music is also available at the major online retailers. Learn more at his website. RandyGranger.net.

 

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

Aristrocat
Randy Granger special music - 3:00-4:00PM
2969 Claude Dove dr
Las Cruces, NM 88011
United States [map]

Randy Granger performs for residents

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

Burt's Tiki Lounge
Randy Granger and Corey Allison Ukulele Music - 8:00pm
313 Gold Ave. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505-243-2878 [map]

Albuquerque, NM USA - Burts Tiki Lounge & Island Roots Party presents LIVE ukulele music by Randy Granger & Corey Allison with a LATE NIGHT World Blendz mix session by DJ Young Native & BK Nights.
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21 & older
No Cover
Doors at 8pm.

Listen to #CoreyAllison -- https://soundcloud.com/coreyallisonmusic 


THR DEC 22 - #RandyGranger LIVE @ Burts Tiki Lounge #Albuquerque
https://soundcloud.com/randy-granger/hallelujah-ukulele 

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Aristocrat Senior Living
Christmas concert for residents - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
2969 Claude Dove Dr
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Sunday, November 27th, 2016

Randy Granger special music - 9:30AM & 11:00AM
10301 Comanche Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
United States
5052372048 [map]

Randy Granger provides special music for both services. 

Saturday, November 19th, 2016

Randy Granger at The Farm Prancing Poet - 8:00pm
Summertown, TN 38483
931-964-4838 [map]
Price: $5-$10 suggested donation

https://www.facebook.com/events/1139737159429954/ 

Randy Granger returns for a concert at The Farm Community

The Prancing Poet at Eco Village Training Center-- in Summertown, TN. http://thefarmcommunity.com/
http://randygranger.net/

His YouTube channel has over 1.7 million views. Learn more at www.randygranger.net 
For information on the concert contact: David Fosal
931-964-4838 or tiedyedaddy@yahoo.com 

$5-$10 suggested

Tentative venue The Prancing Poet

Join us for a evening of great music with Randy Granger. 

The Farm Community welcomes Native American musician Randy Granger in a return concert at The Prancing Poet at Eco Village Training Center-- in Summertown, TN. http://thefarmcommunity.com/
 
The concert is scheduled for Saturday, November 19, @ 8:00PM, Randy performs on Native American and world flutes, the Hang from Switzerland, guitar, voice and world percussion. Concert goers have referred to his music as "transportive" and "healing" as well as "mesmerizing."
 
An award-winning recording and touring musician, Randy tours the U.S. headlining festivals, concerts, house concerts as well as teaching workshops on playing music and working with hospice, alzheimer's and dementia patients. Randy recently won the Indian Summer Music Award held in Milwaukee in September. He is of Mayan and Apache ancestry and native of New Mexico where he makes his home.
 
The Farm is an intentional community of families and friends living on three square miles in southern middle Tennessee celebrating their fourty-five year anniversary.
 
Venues where he’s performed include the Sundance Film Festival, The Rothko Chapel, The Heard Museum in Phoenix, Santa Fe Indian Market, Gathering of Nations, Indian Summer Festival as well as headlining Native American and World Music festivals. He’s also performed at White Sands National Monument, Zion National Park, Casa Grande Ruins and many other unique venues. His music is heard on Sirius Soundscapes, Hearts of Space, NPR, Pandora and stations around the world. PBS Television and NPR’s “All Things Considered” both have featured his music in specials. Several movies and documentaries have used his music as well.
 
His YouTube channel has over 1.7 million views. Learn more at www. forty.net
For information on the concert contact: David Fosal
931-964-4838 or tiedyedaddy@yahoo.com
 
$5-$10 suggested

 

 

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

Purple Sky Healing Arts
Randy Granger at Purple Sky Healing Arts - 7:00PM
625 E. Main St
Chattanooga, TN 37408 [map]
Price: $20
Join us for a evening of healing music with Randy Granger. 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/randy-granger-in-concert-tickets-28511109496 
New Mexico musician Randy Granger brings his unique healing sounds to Chattanooga's Purple Sky Healing Arts. In concert Wednesday, November 16, @ 7:00PM, Randy performs on Native American and world flutes, handpans, guitar, voice and world percussion. Concert goers have referred to his music as "transportive" and "healing" as well as "mesmerizing." 

A full-time touring and recording artist Randy is a minister and spiritual teacher leading meditation and drumming groups as well as speaking at Centers for Spiritual Living, Unity and UU houses of worship. He is a well respected member of the spiritual community where he lives in southern New Mexico. In 2014 he led a Spiritual Journey with forty-seven seekers to the sacred sites of Acoma Sky City and Canyon de Chelly where he led the group in meditation, drumming and Native spirituality. He performed a concert the final evening at the entrance of Canyon de Chelly. 

Venues where he’s performed include the Sundance Film Festival, The Rothko Chapel, The Heard Museum in Phoenix, Santa Fe Indian Market, Gathering of Nations, Indian Summer Festival as well as headlining Native American and World Music festivals. He’s also performed at White Sands National Monument, Zion National Park, Casa Grande Ruins and many other unique venues. His music is heard on Sirius Soundscapes, Hearts of Space, NPR, Pandora and stations around the world. PBS Television and NPR’s “All Things Considered” both have featured his music in specials. Several movies and documentaries have used his music as well. 

Randy has volunteered his music at Hospice since 2004 often playing for those actively making their transition. He travels the U.S. teaching others how to use music in specialized settings like hospice, assisted living and for those with dementia and alzheimer's. He is of Apache and Mayan ancestry and from a line of healers and seers. 

His YouTube channel has over 1.7 million views. Learn more atwww.randygranger.net and www.purpleskyhealingarts.com. 
For information on the concert contact: purpleskyhealing@gmail.com 423-521-0624

Sunday, November 13th, 2016

Native Rhythms Festival
Native Rhythms festival
Wickham Park
Melbourne, FL [map]
Price: http://nativerhythmsfestival.com/

Eighth annual Native Rhythms Festival in Melbourne, FL Randy Granger headlines and emcee's all three days. 

Saturday, November 12th, 2016

Native Rythms Festival
Native Rhythms festival
Wickham Park
Melbourne, FL [map]
Price: nativerhythmsfestival.com/

Eighth annual Native Rhythms Festival in Melbourne, FL Randy Granger headlines and emcee's all three days. 

Friday, November 11th, 2016

Native Rhythms festival
Wickham Park
Melbourne, FL [map]
Price: nativerhythmsfestival.com/

Eighth annual Native Rhythms Festival in Melbourne, FL Randy Granger headlines and emcee's all three days. 

Sunday, November 6th, 2016

Dona Ana Arts Council Renaissance Artsfaire
Renaissance arts faire
Young Park
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Randy Granger performs and emcees

Saturday, November 5th, 2016

Dona Ana Arts Council Renaissance Arts Faire
Renaissance Arts Faire
Young Park
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Randy Granger performs and emcees

Saturday, October 15th, 2016

Randy Granger performs for Rendezvous - 7:00PM
42535 West U.S.Highway 90
Comstock, TX 78837 [map]

Annual Rock Art Rendezvous at The Galloway White Shaman Preserve of the Rock Art Foundation. Saturday night meeting, chuckwagon dinner and full-moon concert by Randy Granger. 

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

Sweetgrass native flute school and festival - 9/23-9/25
120 E Boyson Rd
Hiowatha, Iowa [map]

Native American flute school and festival. Randy Granger leads workshops and performs throughout the festival. 

www.sweetgrassfest.com/

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

Full-Moon Concert - 7:00PM
19955 Highway 70 West
Alamogordo, NM 88310 [map]
Price: Park Admission

So imagine if you can: Sitting in a natural amphitheater of glistening gypsum sand as day releases to dusk. The moon is glowing on the horizon, rising. Sounds of the Native American flute and drum, Handpan sounds ring out and bounce off the sand. Some 900-1700 souls join together singing "Hallelujah" wrapped in sarapes, on blankets taking in the setting. That's what my concerts at White Sands have been like. Come this Thursday! Only fee is entry to park. Pack and carload and a cooler.

Help us celebrate a very special year, the Centennial of the National Parks Service.

Details @ https://www.nps.gov/whsa/index.htm

http://krwg.org/post/white-sands-celebrate-national-park-service-centennial-full-moon-night-concert

Alamogordo, NM – White Sands National Monument will continue the year-long celebration of the National Park Service Centennial with a full moon night concert featuring Native American flutist Randy Granger onSeptember 15 at 7 pm. In addition to the concert, the new White Sands Girl Scout patch will be unveiled in partnership with the Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest Council.

White Sands National Monument: Native American Flutist Randy Granger will fill the moonlit night with his unique blend of instruments. Program is free starting at 7 p.m. For more information contact: Becky Burghart 479-6124 ext. 230

Native American musician Randy Granger presents another Full-Moon Concert as part of the White Sands National Monument Full Moon series. Coolers, blankets, chairs welcome.

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

Randy Granger Indian Village NM State Fair - 1:00-2:00PM and 5:00-6:00PM
300 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87101 [map]
Price: http://statefair.exponm.com/

RAndy Granger performs in the Indian Village of New Mexico State Fair http://statefair.exponm.com/ 

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Randy Granger NM State Fair Indian Village - 3:00-4:00PM and 7:00-8:00PM
300 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87101 [map]
Price: http://statefair.exponm.com/

Randy Granger performs in the Indian Village of the New Mexico State Fair. 

Sunday, September 11th, 2016

Hillsboro Community Center
Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 3:00PM
Elenora Street
Hillsboro, NM 88042 [map]

www.theatre-dojo.org 

 

The award-winning play Killing Buddha performed by Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger at Hillsboro Community Center in Hillsboro, NM 

Sunday, September 11th, 2016

CSL Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
575 Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Rev. Randy Granger speaks 

Sunday, September 4th, 2016

Franciscan Fine Arts Fest
Franciscan Arts Fest - 12-1:45
600 Holy Cross Road
Mesilla Park, NM [map]

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/2016/09/03/crafts-draw-crowds-franciscan-festival-arts/89831440/

Randy Granger plays in Gazebo 12-1:45pm

 

Saturday, September 3rd, 2016

Franciscan Fine Arts Festival
Franciscan Arts Fest - 12-1:45
600 Holy Cross Road
Mesilla Park, NM [map]

Randy Granger in the Gazebo 12-1:45 

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/2016/09/03/crafts-draw-crowds-franciscan-festival-arts/89831440/ 

Sunday, August 21st, 2016

Salt Water state park
Flute Quest - tba
25205 8th Pl. S.
Des moines, ia [map]

Saturday, August 20th, 2016

Flute Quest Salt Water State Park
Flute Quest - tba
25205 8th Pl. S.
Des Moines, WA [map]

Friday, August 19th, 2016

Flute Quest Salt Water State Park
Flute Quest - tba
25205 8th Pl. S.
Des Moines, WA [map]

Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Randy Granger concert - 7:00PM
9th Avenue SW and 4th st SW
Pulyallup, WA [map]

Native American musician Randy Granger performs in concert at the Fred Oldfield Center  in Pauyallup August 18th. He is on a five-state tour from Tacoma to Chicago. Granger is an award-winning recording artist from New Mexico with Mayan and Apache ancestry and is well established in the Native American music scene headlining many festivals across the U.S.

A multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and storyteller he performs on Native American flutes and exotic percussion instruments like the Swedish Hang drum. A solo artist, Granger has performed with Grammy® winners R. Carlos Nakai and Robert Mirabal and many others.Venues where he’s performed include the Sundance Film Festival, White Sands National Monument, Gathering of Nations, Indian Summer Music Festival, Rothko Chapel, Zion Canyon, Casa Grande Ruins and numerous festivals, theaters, house concerts and houses of worship.

In 2007 National Public Radio’s All Things Considered profiled his music and work on the Hang drum. He has been profiled on PBS and commercial stations as well as many magazine, radio and newspaper articles.

 Granger is an educator at many festivals, in workshops and with private students. He has volunteered his music at Hospice and Alzheimer’s, dementia and assisted living facilities for eleven years. He led a Spiritual Journey to Acoma Sky City and Canyon de Chelly with a busload of forty-five people in 2014 where he taught mediation, drumming and Native spirituality. 

For additional information on Randy Granger visit www.randygranger.net

 Native American musician Randy Granger performs in concert at the Fred Oldfied Center August 18th at 7:00PM.  Doors Open at 6:00PM. He is on a five-state tour from Tacoma to Chicago. Granger is an award-winning recording artist from New Mexico with Mayan and Apache ancestry and is well established in the Native American music scene headlining many festivals across the U.S. The concert is by donation with a portion of the proceeds going to the Center. 

The Fred Oldfield Center is located at 9th Avenue SW and 4th st SW Puyallup, WA 98371 253-445-9175 | 253-752-9708

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

Concert with Randy Granger - 6:30pm
1750 152nd Ave NE
Bellvue, WA [map]
Price: Donation


after dinner concert with Randy Granger in the Clubroom of Silver Glen Active Senior Community presents this award-winning Native American musician from New Mexico. Granger is on tour and this is one of his five performances in the  Greater Tacoma area. He plays Native American and world flutes, world percussion, is a storyteller and volunteers his music at Hospice facilities. 

This concert is open to the public and donations are greatly appreciated. Randy is a full-time musician who tours the US regularly. His recordings, 8 in the Native American/New Age genres, have garnered numerous awards, nominations and media attention. He has performed with Grammy winners like R. Carlos Nakai and Robert Mirabal. 


Please come and join us for a very unique evening of music and culture. 

Friday, August 12th, 2016

White Schoolhouse Lawrence, KS
Concert with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
1510 N 3rd St
Lawrence, KS [map]
Price: $20

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

House Concert Glenwood, Iowa
House Concert with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
Glenwood, Iowa [map]
Price: suggested donation $15
I am again honored to present my friend, Randy Granger, at a house concert south of Glenwood, Iowa.
 
Don’t miss this as it will be another magical evening on the top of the Sunbridges Ridge.                        --Jeff Koneck (402-733-5111)
RANDY GRANGER IN CONCERT        
Tuesday, August 9, 2016                
24475 Masters Road 
Glenwood, Iowa  (Detailed directions below) 
Potluck at 6:00 pm (Optional) 
               But do bring your own drinks, lawn chairs or blankets! 
Concert at 7:15 pm 
Southwest World musician Randy Granger is a Native American Flute Player, multi-instrumentalist, 
educator and recording artist from Las Cruces, NM. He performs around the US at festivals, in concerts, 
house concerts, yoga studios and National Parks. Past venues include the Sundance Film Festival, 
Rothko Chapel, Gathering of Nations, as well as Native American and World Music festivals. 
His music is heard on Sirius Soundscapes, Hearts of Space, NPR, Pandora and stations around the world. 
PBS Television and NPR’s All Things Considered both have featured his music in specials. 
His newest album is DESERT DREAMING, currently on the New Age charts, on Pandora and 
available at online retailers and through his website. 
Randy Granger is a spiritual teacher, ordained minister and long-time volunteer at Hospice and 
Assisted Living facilities where he plays his music. 
Granger is a native of New Mexico and of Mayan (Choltan) and Apache ancestry as well as Mestizo. 
Learn more at www.randygranger.net                   Randy Granger: LoneGranger Music 
www.pandora.com/randy-granger?                          3065 Las Placitas Rd. Las Cruces NM 88011
www.youtube.com/user/lonegranger                575-495-9587 
Directions: 
Thank you Kevin and Kristel Mayberry for hosting their loess hills home! 
I-29 south to Glenwood,  Exit East on US 34 for 4 miles, (continue one mile east of the Glenwood exit) 
Turn Right onto Levi Rd. Head south on Levi 2.5 miles to Mahaffey Road. 
Turn Left onto Mahaffey Road and follow it one mile south and then East. 
Turn Left onto Masters Rd. and only 9/10ths mile East on Masters. 
Look for Blue Balloons & 24475 blue 911 marker on the Right side of road. 
Turn Right, through field, up through the forest to the top of the hill. 
Concert is behind the cabin to your right after you park.

Sunday, August 7th, 2016

Festival - tba
35 W 217 Route 31
South Elgin, IL 60177 [map]
Price: $10

Saturday, August 6th, 2016

Festival - tba
35 W 217 Route 31
South Elgin, IL 60177 [map]
Price: $10

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

Theatre Dojo Songs of Uncreation - 3:30PM
4689 South Holladay Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84117 [map]
Price: http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

Theatre Dojo Songs of Uncreation - 8:00pm
4689 South Holladay Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84117 [map]
Price: http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/

Friday, July 29th, 2016

Salt Lake Fringe Festival - Songs of Uncreation - 11:00PM
4689 South Holladay Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84117 [map]
Price: $10

Theatre Dojo presents new original piece Songs of Uncreation tickets at http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/

 

Friday, July 29th, 2016

Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival
Songs of Uncreation - 2:00pm
4689 South Holladay Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84117 [map]
Price: $10

Theatre Dojo presents new original piece Songs of Uncreation tickets at http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/ 

Saturday, July 9th, 2016

Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 2:00pm
700 1st St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505-766-9412 [map]
Price: $20 gen, $15 senior, $10 students

WHAT: “Killing Buddha,” Theatre Dojo
WHEN: 8 p.m. Friday, July 8 and 2 p.m. Saturday, July 9
WHERE: The Cell Theatre, 700 FIrst NW
HOW MUCH: $20 general; $15 seniors; $10 students. Call 505-766-9412.

Friday, July 8th, 2016

Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 8:00pm
700 1st St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505-766-9412 [map]
Price: $20 gen, $15 senior, $10 students

WHAT: “Killing Buddha,” Theatre Dojo
WHEN: 8 p.m. Friday, July 8 and 2 p.m. Saturday, July 9
WHERE: The Cell Theatre, 700 FIrst NW
HOW MUCH: $20 general; $15 seniors; $10 students. Call 505-66-9412.

Saturday, July 2nd, 2016

San Diego Fringe Festival 10th Avenue Arts Center
Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 6:00PM
930 10th Ave
San Diego, CA [map]
Price: $10

KILLING BUDDHA is the original play written by Theatre Dojo founder Algernon D'Ammassa with Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy portraying two homeless storytellers who eat, pray, sing, and tell the audience an ancient story from Buddhist folklore in which a very human Buddha encounters a serial killer. The story presents a difficult moral problem about forgiveness and redemption.

San Diego International Fringe Festival 

www.sdfringe.org/ 

BUY TICKETS HERE:    https://sdfringe.ticketleap.com/killing-buddha/

 

http://www.theatre-dojo.org/#!September-11-performance-of-Killing-Buddha/m3mzb/5766fe0f0cf248f1d07d587b  

 

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

San Diego International Fringe Festival
Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 7:00PM
930 10th Ave.
San Diego, CA [map]
Price: $10

KILLING BUDDHA is the original play written by Theatre Dojo founder Algernon D'Ammassa with Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy portraying two homeless storytellers who eat, pray, sing, and tell the audience an ancient story from Buddhist folklore in which a very human Buddha encounters a serial killer. The story presents a difficult moral problem about forgiveness and redemption.

San Diego International Fringe Festival 

BUY TICKETS HERE:    https://sdfringe.ticketleap.com/killing-buddha/

www.sdfringe.org/ 

 

http://www.theatre-dojo.org/#!September-11-performance-of-Killing-Buddha/m3mzb/5766fe0f0cf248f1d07d587b  

 

Sunday, June 26th, 2016

San Diego Fringe Festival
Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 4:00PM
930 10th Ave
San Diego, CA [map]
Price: $10

KILLING BUDDHA is the original play written by Theatre Dojo founder Algernon D'Ammassa with Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy portraying two homeless storytellers who eat, pray, sing, and tell the audience an ancient story from Buddhist folklore in which a very human Buddha encounters a serial killer. The story presents a difficult moral problem about forgiveness and redemption.

San Diego International Fringe Festival 

www.sdfringe.org/ 

 BUY TICKETS HERE:    https://sdfringe.ticketleap.com/killing-buddha/

Saturday, June 25th, 2016

San Diego Fringe Festival
Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 2:30pm
930 10th Avenue
San Diego, CA [map]
Price: $10

KILLING BUDDHA is the original play written by Theatre Dojo founder Algernon D'Ammassa with Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy portraying two homeless storytellers who eat, pray, sing, and tell the audience an ancient story from Buddhist folklore in which a very human Buddha encounters a serial killer. The story presents a difficult moral problem about forgiveness and redemption.

San Diego International Fringe Festival 

www.sdfringe.org/ 

 

Friday, June 24th, 2016

San Diego International Fringe Festival 10th Avenue Arts Center
Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 10:30pm
930 10th Ave
San Diego, CA [map]
Price: $10

KILLING BUDDHA is the original play written by Theatre Dojo founder Algernon D'Ammassa with Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy portraying two homeless storytellers who eat, pray, sing, and tell the audience an ancient story from Buddhist folklore in which a very human Buddha encounters a serial killer. The story presents a difficult moral problem about forgiveness and redemption.

San Diego International Fringe Festival 

BUY TICKETS HERE:    https://sdfringe.ticketleap.com/killing-buddha/

www.sdfringe.org/ 

KILLING BUDDHA is the original play written by Theatre Dojo founder Algernon D'Ammassa with Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy portraying two homeless storytellers who eat, pray, sing, and tell the audience an ancient story from Buddhist folklore in which a very human Buddha encounters a serial killer. The story presents a difficult moral problem about forgiveness and redemption.

San Diego International Fringe Festival  Main Stage

www.sdfringe.org/ 

 

http://www.theatre-dojo.org/#!September-11-performance-of-Killing-Buddha/m3mzb/5766fe0f0cf248f1d07d587b  

 

Sunday, June 19th, 2016

First Christian Church
Randy Granger special music - 10:15 AM
1809 El Paseo Road
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Sunday, June 12th, 2016

Randy Granger - 1:00-3:00PM
112 Yankie Street
Silver City, NM [map]
Price: Donation

Sunday, May 29th, 2016

Randy Granger special music - 11:00 AM
1504 Wirt Road
Houston, TX 77055 [map]

Randy Granger performs during the service 

 

Upcoming Sunday Programs

May 29, 2016

Adult and Youth Education programs at 9:45am

Sun
da
y Service at 11:00 am

 

“Native American Wisdom: ‘Corn Mother,’ honoring the labor of ancestors” — A program about the Penobscot creation story of “Corn Mother” and its relevance to the world we’ve inherited and the world we are manifesting and leaving to future generations. Randy will tell this story with Native Drums and Native Flutes. Rev. Randy Granger is a Native American musician, spiritual teacher and speaker from Las Cruces, NM. He brings his Mayan/Apache ancestry to his music and teachings. In addition to leading Spiritual Journies to Acoma Sky City and Canyon de Chelly, he leads meditation groups, Ecstatic Dance and is a regular speaker at the Center for Spiritual Living in Las Cruces, NM.

Please stay for coffee and fellowship after the service.

Saturday, May 21st, 2016

Leesburg Center for the Arts
Randy Granger at Leesburg Center for the Arts and workshop - 7:00PM
429 W Magnolia St
Leesburg, FL 34748 [map]
Price: $5

Workshop during the day with concert program 7-9 at the Center for the Arts. Contact Deb for more information on the workshop or concert.  

Workshop fee is separate from concert. 

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Randy Granger at Moosehaven - 6:00PM
1701 Park Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073 [map]

Randy Granger performs for residents 

 

"As a Continuing Care Retirement Community, Moosehaven offers independent living for seniors 65 years of age and older, and promotes an active lifestyle on a campus full of amenities and services. Moosehaven’s LifeCare Center provides all levels of health care."

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

House Concert Hattiesburg, MS
House Concert with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
Rita and Robin Clark's home
Mosele, MS
901-481-3499. [map]
Price: Donation

Intimate House Concert with Randy Granger in a return to Mosele, MS near Hattiesburg, MS and the wonderful home of Rita and Robin Clark. Contact them here for details 

Saturday, May 14th, 2016

Workshop and Concert with Randy Granger
10:30AM
2918 Lexington Woods Drive
Spring, TX [map]
Price: $75 for workshop and concert, $10 concert only.

Spring Cypress Flute Circle will be holding a May workshop and concert with Randy Granger.  

Details:

Date:  Saturday May 14, 2016
Time:  
10:30 AM  to 2:30 PM  (workshop with lunch included)
-  2:30 PM to 3:45 PM (open mic)
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Randy Granger Concert
  - 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM clean up (volunteers needed)

Location: 
Lexington Woods North Clubhouse
2918 Lexington Woods Drive
Spring, Texas 77373

contact Sandy for info and reservations. 

Pay via PayPal: http://randygranger.net/store/randy_granger_houston_tx_workshop__concert_may_14_2016/ 

Saturday, April 30th, 2016

Gathering of Nations PowWow
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow - 5:00PM
1111 University Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 88011 [map]
Price: www.gatheringofnations.com/gathering-of-nations-event-information/

Randy Granger PowWow Alley 

Saturday, April 30th, 2016

Gathering of National PowPow
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Stage 49 - 1:45
1111 University Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM [map]
Price: www.gatheringofnations.com/gathering-of-nations-event-information/

Randy Granger Stage 49 Gathering of Nations PowWow

Saturday, April 30th, 2016

Gathering of Nations Powwow
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow - 10:00 AM
1111 University Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM [map]
Price: www.gatheringofnations.com/gathering-of-nations-event-information/

Randy Granger in the Pit Arena 10AM

Friday, April 29th, 2016

Gathering of Nations PowWow
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow - 5:00PM
1111 University Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM [map]
Price: www.gatheringofnations.com/gathering-of-nations-event-information/

Randy Granger PowWow Alley 

Saturday, April 16th, 2016

Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 2:00pm
300 N Country Club rd
Deming, NM [map]
Price: $8

The following day, Saturday, April 16, Theatre Dojo will present an outdoor performance at Deming's 1,000-seat stadium at Voiers "Pit" Park, at 300 N. Country Club Road across the street from Starmax.

The performance will begin at 2 p.m. General admission is $8. There will be chairs available, but patrons may also bring their own. Advance tickets are available at Readers' Cove Used Books and Gallery at 200 S. Copper Street in Deming. This performance is sponsored by Deming Zen Center.

D'Ammassa and Granger play mysterious, homeless storytellers who create the ancient world for an audience using storytelling, a few simple props, and an improvised musical accompaniment on a variety of musical instruments.

Friday, April 15th, 2016

Western New Mexico University
Killing Buddha with Theatre Dojo - 7:00PM
Western Hill
Silver City, NM
United States [map]
Price: $10 or $15

Theatre Dojo, a touring "raw theatre" company based here in southern New Mexico, returns to Silver City and Deming in April to present their award-winning original play with music, “Killing Buddha,” written by Deming actor and director Algernon D'Ammassa with music by New Mexico native Randy Granger of Las Cruces.

The play premiered at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 2015, where it was awarded the "Fringe Pick" festival prize.

Twana Sparks, who served as producer for Theatre Dojo's Silver City performance in 2014, will present this year’s Theatre Dojo performance at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 15, at the Besse Forward Global Resource Center on the campus of Western New Mexico University.

Admission is $10 or $5 for students with I.D. Advance tickets will be available beginning April 1 at the Curious Kumquat, 111 E. College Avenue.

Sunday, April 10th, 2016

Hillsboro Community Center
Randy Granger @ Hillsboro Community Center - 3:00PM-5:00PM
Elenora Street
Hillsboro, NM 88042 [map]
Price: $5 suggested donation

Award winning Native American musician Randy Granger returns to the Hillsboro Community Center in beautiful and historic Hillsboro, New Mexico in the Gila wilderness Black Range. Always a record draw, Randy performs on Native American flutes, Handpan instruments like the Panart Hang, singer-songwriter guitar and voice. Also the 3-string Cigar Box Dobro guitar. 

A full-time professional touring and recording musician, he is also a well respected storyteller of Native American stories. 

 

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

Voyager Flute Festival
Randy Granger performs and workshop - 10:00AM and 5:00PM
8701 S Kolb Rd
TUCSON, AZ 85756 [map]

Voyager flute festival at Voyager RV Resort. Many performers, vendors. Randy will offer a workshop as well as perform @3PM. 

Friday, April 1st, 2016

Randy Granger @ First Fridays at the Heard - 6:30 - 9:30PM
2301 N Central Ave
Pheonix, AZ [map]
Price: http://heard.org

First Fridays at the Heard - Locavore Fest

Randy Granger performs in the Courtyard of the Heard Museum from 6:30-9:30PM

There will be two educational pieces from local farmers and one from an arts collective (in an area adjacent to the courtyard) educating about how to plant, prepare and eat nopal and cholla; 15 local Vendors in the courtyard and artist demo by the Heard shop. 

First Fridays at the Heard – “Locavore Fest”

http://heard.org/event/first-fridays-heard-locavore-fest/

Celebrate local Valley foods and other local offerings at our Locavore Fest! Experience great food and purchase from these businesses:

  • Wrap it Up – locally made jewelry
  • Raul’s Cocina – salsas and hot sauces
  • B-Naked Chocolates – vegan and sugar free confections
  • Hunny Sweet Treats – confections
  • Garden Goddess – raw fermented veggies
  • Nutwhats – toffees
  • Peanut Americano – gourmet peanut and almond butters
  • Gourmet Blends olive oils and spice mixes – two vendors
  • No Glutes About It – gluten-free local bakery
  • Quarter Circle — spice blends
  • Del Rio Springs — wine
  • Crows Dairy — goat cheese
  • Food 4 U — salsa, chili, sauce
  • LJ’s Gourmet Popcorn — caramel corn
  • Carranza Honey Farm — honey
  • Kelpie — seaweed snacks
  • Claudine’s Kitchen — Mediterranean food

From 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., the co-founders of the native ecology organizationDesertArtLAB – April Bojorquez and Matt Garcia – will conduct hands-on workshop in the Pritzlaff Courtyard about how to plant, grow and eat local desert flora.

Southwest World musical artist Randy Granger

Randy Granger

Also, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., enjoy music in our Central Courtyard by “Southwest World” musician Randy Granger, right. His multi-instrument array includes Native flutes and world flutes, handpans, world percussion, guitar and voice.

See the Heard’s exhibits – admission to our galleries is free each First Friday evening except March – and starting at 8 p.m., shop for art from future master Native artists at the public opening of the American Indian Student Art Show and Sale!

The Café and Cantina are open for dining, drinks or snacks, and a cash bar is also available for both adult and family-friendly beverages. And, until 8 p.m., don’t forget to visit the Heard Museum Shop, Bruce McGee’s Collector’s Room and Books & More!

Warren Montoya (Santa Ana Pueblo/Santa Clara Pueblo), “Hard Courage,” 2013, acrylic. Collection of the artist

Warren Montoya (Santa Ana Pueblo/Santa Clara Pueblo), “Hard Courage,” 2013, acrylic. Collection of the artist

As on each First Friday evening, enjoy free admission to the Heard’s galleries, including the Lincoln Gallery, where you’ll find theConfluence: Inter-generational Collaborations exhibit. The exhibit, which features co-created art by young artists ages 16-20 and their mentors, closes April 17.

This First Friday evening, save gas: TakeValley Metro Light Rail and the First Friday trolleys to and from the Heard!

Event Details

Friday, April 1
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Cost: Free

Location:
Heard Museum Campus

Event Category:
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Sunday, February 21st, 2016

Center for Spiritual Living
Randy Granger guest speaker CSL Las Cruces - 10:30AM
575 Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Randy Granger guest speaker delivers message 

Friday, February 19th, 2016

Black Box Theater
Killing Buddha - 8:00pm
430 North Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88001
5755231223 [map]

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/life/sunlife/2016/02/12/musicstorytelling-duo-team-up-killing-buddha-illiad/79822414/

Sunday, January 31st, 2016

Yankie Street Coffee
Randy Granger at Yankie Creek Coffee - 1:00 PM
112 W. Yankie Street
Silver City, NM 88061
505-388-5952 [map]
Price: Donation

Native American flute player and singer-songwriter Randy Granger performs acoustic concert at Yankie Street Coffee downtown Silver City, NM. 

His newest commercial record release is Desert Dreaming. Also available on iTunes and through website www.randygranger.net 

Sunday, January 17th, 2016

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
575 Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005 [map]

Rev. Randy Granger guest speaker at CSL Las Cruces. 

Friday, December 4th, 2015

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
Randy Granger at Georgia Flute Circle - 7:00PM
1911 Cliff Valley Way NE
Atlanta, GA [map]
Price: by donation

Randy Granger special guest of Georgia Flute Circle. See flyer for info. 

Friday, November 27th, 2015

Randy Granger concert at The Farm Intentional Community Tennessee - 8PM
100 Farm Rd
Summertown, TN [map]
Price: goodwill donation
Randy Granger, Native American musician, performs at The Farm in the Integrity House @8PM in a special Thanksgiving concert, Nov. 27th.

A full-tme “Southwest World” musician Randy Granger is a multi-instrumentalist, educator and recording artist from Las Cruces, New Mexico. An award-winning musician Granger performs around the US at festivals, House Concerts, Yoga/Meditation studios, theaters, places of worship. His unique instruments include Native American and world flutes, Handpans, world percussion, guitar and voice. Audiences across the U.S. say they are transported to the canyons of the southwest when hearing his music. Many mention the healing qualities and a deep peaceful feeling with Granger’s performances and recorded music. 

Venues where he’s performed include the Sundance Film Festival, The Rothko Chapel, Santa Fe Indian Market, Gathering of Nations, Indian Summer Festival as well as Native American and World Music festivals, White Sands National monument, Casa Grande Ruins, Gila Cliff Dwellings, Yosemite Music Festival, Flutequest in Tacoma, Native Rhythms in Florida and many more.

His music is heard on Sirius Soundscapes, "Hearts of Space," NPR, Pandora and stations around the world. PBS Television and NPR’s “All Things Considered” both have featured his music in specials. Several movies and documentaries have used his music as well. Granger is a long-time volunteer at Hospice and Assisted Living facilities where he plays his music. Granger is a native of New Mexico and of Mayan (Choltan) and Apache ancestry as well as Mestizo. He is a spiritual teacher, ordained Minister and leads weekly meditation groups and spiritual journeys to sacred Native American sits, as well as a licensed Massage Therapist. Learn more at www.randygranger.net 

Randy is on a month-long tour of the southeast. 
Donations accepted and CD's will be avaialbe for sale.

The Farm:
The Farm is an intentional community of families and friends living on three square miles in southern middle Tennessee.

We started The Farm in 1971 with the goal of establishing a strongly cohesive, outwardly-directed community.

We want, by action and example, to have a positive effect on the world.

Over the last 40+ years, The Farm has become well known for many things, from natural childbirth and midwifery to healthy diet and vegetarian cuisine, creative arts and alternative technologies to its partnerships and assistance to native cultures.

We choose to live in community where we share our lives and fortunes, good times and hard times. We feel that we can be stronger and more useful together than we could be separately. 
http://thefarmcommunity.com/

 

Sunday, November 22nd, 2015

Randy Granger at St. Anne's Chapel North Carolina - 3:00PM
3244 McNair Road
Tarboro, NC 27886
http://www.stanneschapel.com/ [map]
Price: Goodwill offering

Randy Granger returns to the historic and beautiful St. Anne's Chapel in Tarboro, North Carolina

 

Friday, November 20th, 2015

Randy Granger House Concert, Cary, NC
House Concert with Randy Granger Cary, NC - 7:30 EST
Cary, NC [map]
Price: $15

Neuse River Flute Circle welcomes back New Mexico Southwest World musician and multi-instrumentalist, Randy Granger! Earthy and contemporary with a unique, mystical Southwest World vibe, Randy is an award-winning Native American flutist, composer, recording artist, world percussionist, and songwriter. World class touring recording artist heard on SIRIUS Soundscapes, Pandora, Hearts of Space and stations/podcasts worldwide. A native of New Mexico, his Southwest World sound is a healing, rich blend of ancient and modern. His music is heard around the world on NPR stations, Hearts of Space, Pandora, Sirius Soundscapes and many more. He performs and headlines festivals around the US and has performed and recorded with the top players in his genre including R. Carlos Nakai and Coyote Oldman. NPR and PBS Television have both featured Granger's music and career and he is a frequent guest on Public Radio Stations and Podcasts. The Sundance Film festival, The Gathering of Nations, the Rothko Chapel, World Flute Society, Native Rhythms Festival, and the Yosemite World Music fest are just a few of the many venues where Granger has performed. A large YouTube, Twitter and Facebook following support his writings, cooking posts and blog,This Musician's Life.

This intimate house concert will be hosted at the home of Mara Cohen, 304 Morganford Place, Cary. Tickets are $15 in advance, seating is limited to 20, so please purchase a ticket by contacting Dawn Leith-Dougherty at dawn@treeoflifedesigns or through a Facebook message. BYOB beer and wine welcome.

Sunday, November 15th, 2015

Native Rhythms festival
2500 Parkway Dr
[map]

Randy Granger performs and emcee's http://nativerhythmsfestival.com 

Saturday, November 14th, 2015

Native Rhythms festival
2500 Parkway Dr
Melbourne, FL [map]

Randy Granger performs and Emcees  http://nativerhythmsfestival.com

Friday, November 13th, 2015

Native Rhythms festival
2500 Parkway Dr
Melbourne, fl [map]

http://nativerhythmsfestival.com Randy Granger performs and Emcees

Sunday, November 8th, 2015

Dona Ana Renaissance Artsfaire
Randy Granger Emcee and Performs at RenFaire - 1:30
Young Park
Las Cruces, NM [map]
Price: $6

Randy Granger performs 1:30 main stage and emcee's all day

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

Dona Ana Renaissance Artsfaire
Randy Granger Emcee and Performs at RenFaire - Noon and 3:30PM
Young Park
Las Cruces, NM [map]
Price: $6

Randy Granger Emcees and performs on main stage 12Noon and 3:30. 

Sunday, October 25th, 2015

Rev. Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
725 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Rev. Randy Granger is guest speaker for the Sunday service at Las Cruces Center for Spiritual Living

Saturday, October 17th, 2015

Randy Granger at Hooker Fall Festival - 12:00 Noon and 3:30PM
100 Block East Glaydas
Hooker, OK [map]

http://www.leaderandtimes.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22977:fallfestival-coming-to-hooker-okla&catid=12:local-news&Itemid=40

By ROBERT PIERCE

• Leader & Times

 

Fall officially began in late September, and this weekend, the community of Hooker, Okla., is welcoming the season with open arms with its first ever Fall Festival.

Coordinator Buddy Holbert said the fun begins Friday evening and runs through most of Saturday.

“We have a barbecue contest starting Friday evening, and it’ll run through Saturday,” he said. “We’ll also have a kids’ barbecue contest Friday night. We have Randy Granger, who is a Native American flutist, playing Friday evening and Kaitlin Butts, a country singer, playing Friday evening. We have a free hamburger and hot dog feed all Friday evening starting around 5.”

Miss Kansas 2015 and Miss Oklahoma Latina will also be in town for some of the festivities.

“Saturday, Miss Kansas will be here for a few hours,” Holbert said. “She will be at the high school about 11 o’clock in the morning in the auditorium. She will be at Lindsey’s Boutique for a couple of hours. We have Miss Oklahoma Latina.”

Holbert said Miss Oklahoma Latina will have a similar schedule to Miss Oklahoma, with one exception.

“She will be at Mills Ideal, which is where she’s going to be most of the time,” he said. “We’ll have the De Maria dancers from Hooker and the Folklorica dancers from Guymon. Randy Granger will be playing again on that Saturday.”

For those with an appetite, the Fall Festival also has the “Smokin’ Hot BBQ Championship,” which starts at 5 p.m. Friday and is opened to anyone.

“The International Barbecue Association cookoff rules apply, and they’re online at hookeroklahoma.net,” Holbert said. “Anybody can enter it. There’s $4,000 in prize money in a total of four categories, which is beef brisket, chicken, pulled pork and ribs. There’ll be prizes for each. Judging will start about noon on Saturday and run till 3 o’clock, and by 4 o’clock, we should have a winner.”

The fun does not stop there, though. Also joining the Fall Festival is a square dance group from Perryton, Texas, giving demonstrations and interacting with the crowd.

Holbert said this and more will make coming to Hooker this weekend well worth the trip.

“We have country music,” he said. “We have different styles of music. We have classic rock. We will also be doing a jalapeno eating contest. It’s $150 to the winner. We also have vendors from all over the Five State are that will be here at an arts and craft show selling their goods.”

Holbert said though this is the first year of the Fall Festival, expectations are still high, giving organizers hopes for even bigger future editions of the event.

“We’re hoping to draw people from the Five State area to come and see what Hooker has to offer and join in some of our activities and just have a good time and promote the cookoff and our local businesses,” he said.

Friday, October 16th, 2015

Hooker Fall Festival
Randy Granger at Hooker Fall Festival - 5:00PM
100 Block East Glaydas
Hooker, OK [map]

http://www.leaderandtimes.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22977:fallfestival-coming-to-hooker-okla&catid=12:local-news&Itemid=40

By ROBERT PIERCE

• Leader & Times

 

Fall officially began in late September, and this weekend, the community of Hooker, Okla., is welcoming the season with open arms with its first ever Fall Festival.

Coordinator Buddy Holbert said the fun begins Friday evening and runs through most of Saturday.

“We have a barbecue contest starting Friday evening, and it’ll run through Saturday,” he said. “We’ll also have a kids’ barbecue contest Friday night. We have Randy Granger, who is a Native American flutist, playing Friday evening and Kaitlin Butts, a country singer, playing Friday evening. We have a free hamburger and hot dog feed all Friday evening starting around 5.”

Miss Kansas 2015 and Miss Oklahoma Latina will also be in town for some of the festivities.

“Saturday, Miss Kansas will be here for a few hours,” Holbert said. “She will be at the high school about 11 o’clock in the morning in the auditorium. She will be at Lindsey’s Boutique for a couple of hours. We have Miss Oklahoma Latina.”

Holbert said Miss Oklahoma Latina will have a similar schedule to Miss Oklahoma, with one exception.

“She will be at Mills Ideal, which is where she’s going to be most of the time,” he said. “We’ll have the De Maria dancers from Hooker and the Folklorica dancers from Guymon. Randy Granger will be playing again on that Saturday.”

For those with an appetite, the Fall Festival also has the “Smokin’ Hot BBQ Championship,” which starts at 5 p.m. Friday and is opened to anyone.

“The International Barbecue Association cookoff rules apply, and they’re online at hookeroklahoma.net,” Holbert said. “Anybody can enter it. There’s $4,000 in prize money in a total of four categories, which is beef brisket, chicken, pulled pork and ribs. There’ll be prizes for each. Judging will start about noon on Saturday and run till 3 o’clock, and by 4 o’clock, we should have a winner.”

The fun does not stop there, though. Also joining the Fall Festival is a square dance group from Perryton, Texas, giving demonstrations and interacting with the crowd.

Holbert said this and more will make coming to Hooker this weekend well worth the trip.

“We have country music,” he said. “We have different styles of music. We have classic rock. We will also be doing a jalapeno eating contest. It’s $150 to the winner. We also have vendors from all over the Five State are that will be here at an arts and craft show selling their goods.”

Holbert said though this is the first year of the Fall Festival, expectations are still high, giving organizers hopes for even bigger future editions of the event.

“We’re hoping to draw people from the Five State area to come and see what Hooker has to offer and join in some of our activities and just have a good time and promote the cookoff and our local businesses,” he said.

Saturday, October 10th, 2015

Greg's Texas Collection Museum Show at Howard College - 5:00-7:00PM
1001 Birdwell Lane
Big Spring, TX [map]
Price: free

You are invited to a reception honoring the opening of the Greg’s Texas Collection 2015 Museum Tour showing at the Hall Center for the Arts on the campus of Howard College.

October 10, 2015
5pm to 7pm
Hall Center for the Arts on the Campus of Howard College
1001 Birdwell Lane
Big Spring TX

Refreshments provided by the Howard College Art Department
Music provided by award winning Native American recording artist Randy Granger
No admission will be charged

The Greg’s Texas Collection is a collection of art quality photographs on the topic of Texas history and Texas culture by travel and tourism photographers Greg and Toni Bodin while on their quest to photograph every historical marker in the State of Texas.

Prints will be on display from October 10, 2015 – January 29, 2016
Framed works will be on sale and the profits benefit the Hall Center
Prints may be picked up January 30, 2016 or special arrangements for early pick up may be made in certain circumstances

For more information please visit www.facebook.com/GregsTexas

Friday, October 9th, 2015

Randy Granger at El Paso Museum of Archeology - 5:00-7:00PM
4301 Woodrow Bean Transmountain Dr
El Paso, TX [map]
Price: private event

Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Randy Granger at Yankie Creek Coffee - 1:00-3:00PM
112 W Yankie St
Silver City, NM 88061 [map]

Randy Granger at Yankie Creek Coffee in Silver City NM https://www.facebook.com/yankiecreek

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Medicine Park
Medicine Park Flute Festival - 4:00PM
130 E Lake Dr
Medicine Park, OK 73557 [map]

Randy Granger headlines at: 

7th Annual Medicine Park Flute Festival

Sept 19-20

Sat at 5

Sun at 4

www.medicinepark.com/ArtWalk13.php 

The Island Stage at Bath Park

Saturday, September 19th, 2015

Medicine Park
Medicine Park Flute Festival - 5:00PM
130 E Lake Dr
Medicine Park, OK 73557 [map]

Randy Granger headlines at 

7th Annual Medicine Park Flute Festival

Sept 19-20

Sat at 5

Sun at 4

www.medicinepark.com/ArtWalk13.php

The Island Stage at Bath Park

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

New Mexico State FAir - 5:00-6:00PM
300 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87101 [map]
Price: http://statefair.exponm.com/

statefair.exponm.com/ Randy Granger performs at New Mexico State Fair Indian Village 

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

New Mexico State FAir - 6:00-7:00PM
300 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87101 [map]
Price: http://statefair.exponm.com/

Randy Granger performs at New Mexico State Fair Indian Village. 

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

New Mexico State FAir - 3:00-4:00PM
300 San Pedro NE
Albuquerque, NM 87101 [map]
Price: http://statefair.exponm.com/

Randy Granger performs at New Mexico State Fair Indian Village. 

Sunday, September 6th, 2015

Center for Spiritual Living Rio Grande
Randy Granger at Rio Grande CSL, Albuquerque - 9:00am and 11:00am
4374 Alexander Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107 [map]

Randy Granger provides music for both services at Rio Grande CSL. 

Saturday, September 5th, 2015

Franciscan Festival of FIne Arts
Randy Granger at Franciscan Fine Arts Fest - noon
600 Holy Cross Rd
Mesilla Park, NM 88047 [map]
Price: $5

Randy Granger performs in the Gazebo: 12-2 and in the Beer garden 2-3. http://krwg.org/post/ancient-traditions-come-alive-franciscan-festival-fine-arts

  

Friday, September 4th, 2015

Las Cruces Arts Ramble MVS Gallery
Randy Granger at Las Cruces Art Ramble MVS Gallery - 5:00-7:00PM
535 N Main st
Las Cruces, NM 88005 [map]

Randy Granger provides music for the downtown arts ramble on Main Street in Las Cruces at MVS Gallery 535 N Main north end of downtown mall. 

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

DACC East Mesa
DACC East Mesa Campus Art Acquisition and Tour - 5:30-7:30PM
2800 Sonoma Ranch Blvd
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]

An evening to celebrate art will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.Thursday, Aug. 27, in building DAEM at the East Mesa Campus in the mezzanine of the Dona Ana Community College President’s office. Light snacks. Music by Randy Granger throughout the evening. 

Donations of artworks from the Royce Marin Rein estate will be unveiled and several will be available as part of a silent auction to benefit the DACC Art Collection Endowment (the attached artworks will be for sale). 
The donation of artwork by the Rein estate by Michael Peacock to the DACC permanent art collection features 67 paintings, drawings, paper-cut collages, mobiles and lithographs that span the 
breadth of his career.

During the event there will be tours of the artwork at the East Mesa Campus.

The DACC permanent art collection has more than 250 original artworks and limited edition prints donated by artists and patrons over the past 10 years. The collection includes representational, abstract and
non-objective artworks in various media.

In 2014, an endowment was established within the New Mexico State University Foundation to support the continued acquisition, preparation
and conservation of the art. Several suites of works representing the careers of notable artists, John Moffitt, Bill Gambling and Royce Marin Rein are included in the DACC collection.

For more information contact Michael Stewart at 575-527-7582 or Glenn
Schwaiger at 575-527-7752.

Saturday, August 15th, 2015

Randy Granger at Flutequest - 7:00PM
25205 8th Pl S
Des Moines, WA [map]
Price: See website

Flutequest at Saltwater State Park August 14-16. Randy Granger offers workshops, private lessons, vending booth and performs in concert. 

Randy Granger headlines at Flutequest. 

Flute Quest is the largest Native American Flute Festival in the Northwest. Adults and children interested in the history and culture surrounding the Native American flute or wanting to learn how to play the Native American Flute are welcome. The festival features beginner through advanced workshops, flute and drum circles, flute and drum vendors and live music on the Festival Stage and features a great line up of recording artists.

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

Greater Salt Lake Fringe Festival
Salt Lake Fringe Festival - "Killing Buddha" - 9:00 PM
2234 Highland Dr
Salt Lake City, UT [map]
Price: $10

Fringe Festival

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/schedule

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/venue-map

At The Fringe Factory

KILLING BUDDHA at Great Salt Lake Fringe (August 6-9)

Thursday, August 6 at 6:00pm

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Inspired by an ancient Buddhist folktale, "KILLING BUDDHA" is an original play in which two homeless storytellers explore the nature of violence and limits of forgiveness.

The Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival will mark the first public viewing of an original work in development by Theatre Dojo, written by Algernon D'Ammassa and scored with improvisational music by Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy have previously toured together performing AN ILIAD. 

Our venue will be at the Fringe Factory's Foundry space (address details will follow), and show times are as follows:

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT



Thursday, August 6 at 6:00 PM
Friday, August 7 at 3:00 PM
Saturday, August 8 at 6:00 PM
Sunday, August 9 at 9:00 PM

All tickets are $10, general admission.

Saturday, August 8th, 2015

Greater Salt Lake Fringe Festival
Salt Lake Fringe Festival - "Killing Buddha" - 6:00PM
2234 Highland Dr
Salt Lake City, UT [map]
Price: $10

Fringe Festival

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/schedule

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/venue-map

At The Fringe Factory

KILLING BUDDHA at Great Salt Lake Fringe (August 6-9)

Thursday, August 6 at 6:00pm

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Inspired by an ancient Buddhist folktale, "KILLING BUDDHA" is an original play in which two homeless storytellers explore the nature of violence and limits of forgiveness.

The Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival will mark the first public viewing of an original work in development by Theatre Dojo, written by Algernon D'Ammassa and scored with improvisational music by Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy have previously toured together performing AN ILIAD. 

Our venue will be at the Fringe Factory's Foundry space (address details will follow), and show times are as follows:

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT



Thursday, August 6 at 6:00 PM
Friday, August 7 at 3:00 PM
Saturday, August 8 at 6:00 PM
Sunday, August 9 at 9:00 PM

All tickets are $10, general admission.

Friday, August 7th, 2015

Greater Salt Lake Fringe Festival
Salt Lake Fringe Festival - "Killing Buddha" - 3:00PM
2234 Highland Dr
Salt Lake City, UT [map]
Price: $10

Fringe Festival

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/schedule

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/venue-map

At The Fringe Factory

KILLING BUDDHA at Great Salt Lake Fringe (August 6-9)

Thursday, August 6 at 6:00pm

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Inspired by an ancient Buddhist folktale, "KILLING BUDDHA" is an original play in which two homeless storytellers explore the nature of violence and limits of forgiveness.

The Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival will mark the first public viewing of an original work in development by Theatre Dojo, written by Algernon D'Ammassa and scored with improvisational music by Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy have previously toured together performing AN ILIAD. 

Our venue will be at the Fringe Factory's Foundry space (address details will follow), and show times are as follows:

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT



Thursday, August 6 at 6:00 PM
Friday, August 7 at 3:00 PM
Saturday, August 8 at 6:00 PM
Sunday, August 9 at 9:00 PM

All tickets are $10, general admission.

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

Salt Lake Fringe Festival - "Killing Buddha" - 6:00PM
2234 Highland Drive
Salt Lake City, UT [map]
Price: $10

Fringe Festival

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/schedule

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/venue-map

At The Fringe Factory

KILLING BUDDHA at Great Salt Lake Fringe (August 6-9)

Thursday, August 6 at 6:00pm

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT

Inspired by an ancient Buddhist folktale, "KILLING BUDDHA" is an original play in which two homeless storytellers explore the nature of violence and limits of forgiveness.

The Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival will mark the first public viewing of an original work in development by Theatre Dojo, written by Algernon D'Ammassa and scored with improvisational music by Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy have previously toured together performing AN ILIAD. 

Our venue will be at the Fringe Factory's Foundry space (address details will follow), and show times are as follows:

2234 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, UT



Thursday, August 6 at 6:00 PM
Friday, August 7 at 3:00 PM
Saturday, August 8 at 6:00 PM
Sunday, August 9 at 9:00 PM

All tickets are $10, general admission.

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

House Concert with Randy Granger
House Concert with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
24475 Master’s Road
Glenwood, Iowa 51534
402-733-5111 [map]
Price: Goodwill offering

Potluck @6 (optional) bring your own beverages, lawn chair or blankets

Concert @ 7:30PM

Contact Jeff Koneck, polarbearjay@cox.net 402-733-5111

The concert is by “Goodwill Donation” which goes to the artist. Don’t miss this as it will be another magical evening atop the Sunbridges Ridge.

 

Thank you to Kevin and Kristel Mayberry for hosting their lovely loess hills home.

 

Directions:

I-29 south to Glenwood, Exit East on US 34 for 4 miles (continue on ¼ miles east of the Glenwood exit)

Turn right onto Levi Rd, Head south on Levi 2.5 miles to Mahaffey Road.

Turn Left onto Masters Rd. and only 9/10ths of a mile East on Masters.

Look for Blue Balloons and 24475 blue 911 Marker on the Right side of the road. Turn Right, go through field, up through the forest to the top of the hill. Concert is behind the cabin to your Right as you park. 

Sunday, August 2nd, 2015

The World of Faeries Festival - 12:00 Noon and 4:00PM
35 W 217 Route 31
South Elgin, Il [map]
Price: $10

Check Website for schedule. https://theworldoffaeries.com/ The 11th annual World of Faeries Festival in lovely Vasa Park on the Fox River. 

WHERE: VASA PARK, SOUTH ELGIN, IL 60177

If you have a navigational device in your car,

the exact address is

35 W 217 Route 31, South Elgin, IL  60177

 

The event takes place in the lower part of the

park next to the river.

 

DIRECTIONS:

Approximately 7 miles South from I-90,

or 5 miles North from St. Charles and North Avenue on Route 31 or

take Randall Road to Silver Glen Rd.

Make a left on Silver Glen and travel East

where it will deadend on Route 31.

Make another Left on Route 31, travel

1/2 mile North to Park Entrance.

 

ADMISSION:

(Cash only!)

$11.00 each general admission

($1.00 off Buy It Now above)

$8.00 each senior (65 and up) at gate only

Children 12 and under are  free admission

 - PARKING IS FREE !!

 

SORRY NO PETS ALLOWED IN THE PARK, PARK RULES

THIS IS AN ALCOHOL FREE EVENT

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL

815-788-1630

Saturday, August 1st, 2015

The World of Faeries Festival - 10:00AM and 4:00PM
35 W 217 Route 31
South Elgin, IL 60177 [map]
Price: $10

Check Website for schedule. https://theworldoffaeries.com/ The 11th annual World of Faeries Festival in lovely Vasa Park on the Fox River. 

WHERE: VASA PARK, SOUTH ELGIN, IL 60177

If you have a navigational device in your car,

the exact address is

35 W 217 Route 31, South Elgin, IL  60177

 

The event takes place in the lower part of the

park next to the river.

 

DIRECTIONS:

Approximately 7 miles South from I-90,

or 5 miles North from St. Charles and North Avenue on Route 31 or

take Randall Road to Silver Glen Rd.

Make a left on Silver Glen and travel East

where it will deadend on Route 31.

Make another Left on Route 31, travel

1/2 mile North to Park Entrance.

 

ADMISSION:

(Cash only!)

$11.00 each general admission

($1.00 off Buy It Now above)

$8.00 each senior (65 and up) at gate only

Children 12 and under are  free admission

 - PARKING IS FREE !!

 

SORRY NO PETS ALLOWED IN THE PARK, PARK RULES

THIS IS AN ALCOHOL FREE EVENT

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL

815-788-1630

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

House Concert West Des Moines, IA
House Concert with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
email for info and address
[map]
Price: $10 suggested goodwill offering

Home of Jeanne and Mark West Des Moines. E-mail jeanlyle@mchsi.com for info, address and to reserve. Reservations required. Thanks!

 

July 30th, 7PM

Longtime professional musician extraordinaire, Randy Granger will be back to entertain and touch our hearts with his considerable musical gifts. 
Please, bring a donation of $10 and some extra cash to buy CDs. 
We will have complementary refreshments, too.

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Randy Granger at Unity of Joplin - 7:00PM
204 N. Jackson Ave
Joplin, MO 64801
417-781-6116 [map]
Price: $20 suggested love offering

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

Randy Granger returns to UU Westside - 11:00 AM
1650 Abrazo RD
Rio Rancho, NM [map]
Price: donation

RANDY GRANGER RETURNS Sunday, July 26th

Event:      Contemporary Native American and World musician Randy Granger.

Annual Music Service with Randy Granger Sunday April 27th at 11am
Annual Music Service with Randy Granger
Sunday July 26th at 11am

 

Award winning composer and recording artist Randy Granger

returns to UUWC Sunday, July 26th at 11am

 

 

Where:    Unitarian Universalist Westside Congregation   1650 Abrazo Road NE, Rio Rancho, NM

Cost:        by donation, CDs available

 

 

 

 

Hypnotically interweaving storytelling, laughter, exotic instruments and his distinctive voice, Granger’s unique sound and energy have been featured in film, at National Monuments, Sundance Film Festival, International Native American and World Flute Festival, Santa Fe Indian Market and The Gathering of Nations. He has collaborated with R. Carlos Nakai, Coyote Oldman, and Peter Phippen. His music can be heard on Music from the Hearts of Space, Sirius, other stations worldwide. NPR’s All Things Considered profiled Granger and his rare Hang in a feature called Like Water Over Bells, and New Mexico Magazine calls Granger’s music, “Richly layered with the sounds of a variety of flutes and percussion instruments…[offering] more depth than some flute solo recordings you might find.”

 

A Las Cruces resident, Granger has composed for multi-media art shows and the NMSU Dance Department. Awards include the Indian Summer Music Award, New Mexico Music Industry Awards and two Native American Music Awards nominations. A 2012 project, Strong Medicine: Love in Cancer, reflects his ongoing commitment to providing soothing music to hospice patients.

Join us on a spirit renewing magical journey with Randy Granger when award winning composer and recording artist Randy Granger returns to UUWC Sunday, July 26th at 11am.

CDs will be available and/or donations gratefully accepted.

 

A native of New Mexico, Granger has been featured on NPR’s All Things ConsideredPBS Television, numerous radio, TV, live appearances, Hearts of Space, Native Radio, SIRIUS Mystic Soundscapes, Pandora RadioNativeRadio.com, satellite and terrestrial stations around the World.

 

Visit RANDY’S YouTube channel LoneGranger, then come see him LIVE!

Saturday, July 18th, 2015

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Acoustic Concert Series with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
518 N Alameda Blvd,
Las Cruces, NM 88005 [map]
Price: $10 and various
Join us for an evening of Native American/World music in support of the St. Andrew's Hospitality House. 

The unique sound and energy of Granger’s live performances have earned him headline status at many Native American and World music festivals around the U.S. His YouTube channel has over 1.5 million views. He’s been nominated for and won many awards including the Indian Summer Music Awards, Native American Music Awards, New Mexico Music Industry Awards, US Songwriting Competition, and many others. His music is used by professional dance companies, wrbsites, commercials, films, and documentaries. He can be heard on Sirius Radio’s Mystic Soundscapes, Pandora Radio, and NativeRadio.com.

The Acoustic Concert Series at St. Andrew's provides family-friendly music in a family-friendly atmosphere. 

Tickets are $10/adult, $8/student, children 10 and under get in free. Four-packs of tickets may be purchased for $30.

The St. Andrew's Hospitality House is a non-profit venture to provide short-term housing for families with relatives in the hospital in Las Cruces who do not have the means to stay in a hotel.

For more information, please contact Sharon Nelson at 575-323-0766 or St. Andrew's Episcopal Church at 575-526-6333.

 

Sunday, July 5th, 2015

Randy Granger special music - 9:30AM & 11:00AM
3701 Carlisle NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
505-884-1801 [map]

Randy Granger performs music for both services
http://www.uuabq.org/
9:30 and 11:00 AM

Prelude:  "Ancient Grace" -  Randy Granger

"Across the Wide Missouri" - Traditional

Interlude: "Chaco Moon Meditation" - Randy Granger

Offering: "Deep Peace to You" - Bill Douglas, arrg. Randy Granger

Postlude: "America the Beautiful" - Samuel A Ward (1882) arranged for Native American flute, Randy Granger

Saturday, June 27th, 2015

Greg's Texas Collection Museum Show - 3-5PM
6200 College Ave
Snyder, TX 79549
325-573-6107 [map]
Price: free

A collection of photos by Greg and Toni Bodin from their adventures around Texas. You can see their photography on "Greg's Texas" facebook page.

We will also have flutist Randy Granger (http://randygranger.net/press/) in attendance.

Greg will be talking about his artwork and the prints will be for sale, so make sure you come so you can get your favorite one before it's gone!

https://www.facebook.com/events/386336728239944/

LOCATION

  • Scurry County Museum
  • Campus of Western Texas College
  • 6200 College Ave., Bldg. #23
  • Snyder, Texas
  • 79549

- See more at: http://texasplainstrail.com/events/snyder-gregs-texas-collection#sthash.hrvO8rVL.dpuf

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
575 Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]

Rev. Randy Granger guest Speaker

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
575 Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]

Rev. Randy Granger guest Speaker

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
575 Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]

Rev. Randy Granger guest Speaker

Saturday, June 13th, 2015

Renaissance of the North American Flute Festival - 6:00PM
30 Knowles Dr. Suite 152
Flagstaff, AZ 86011 [map]
Price: http://www.rnaff.org/

Check website for schedule. http://www.rnaff.org/ Randy Granger performs Saturday Night, offers workshops, private lessons and a booth. 

 

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

Heart of the Desert Pistachio and Wine bar
Randy Granger at Wine Down Wednesday - 5:30-8PM
7288 US-54
Alamogordo, NM 88310
575-434-0035 [map]
Price: $10

Wine Down Wednesday: 5:30-8 PM on the Patio. June 10 
Come out and experience the new Heart of the Desert patio. Enjoy live music, wine paired appetizers and of course your favorite Heart of the Desert wines. $10 admission includes music and food. Drinks are additional. Entertainment by: Randy Granger - N 

Friday, June 5th, 2015

MVS Studios
Randy Granger plays Arts Ramble - 5-7PM
535 North Main Street
Las Cruces, NM [map]
Price: free

Randy Granger plays music for monthly Las Cruces Arts Ramble downtown. 5-7pm with special guests from drum and dance group 10+1

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Randy Granger special music - 9:00am and 11:00am
4374 Alexander Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM [map]

Randy Granger guest musician. 

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

Rio Grande Center for Spiritual Living
Randy Granger at Rio Grande CSL, Albuquerque - Doors open 6:30, Show begins 7PM
4374 Alexander Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
(505) 224-9405 [map]
Price: $12.50 advance

Eventbrite - Randy Granger Concert at Rio Grande CSL

 

 

Click above to register or buy tickets. $12.50 Advance

Native American musician Randy Granger will present an evening of his original, spiritually tinged music May 30th at the Rio Grande Center for Spiritual Living, (RGCSL), 4374 Alexander Blvd NE in Albuquerque. He will feature music from his newest commercial release, Ancient Grace, an album of solo Native American flute music. Granger recorded Ancient Grace at the request of his fans asking for an instrumental album they could use for meditation, healing, yoga and massage. In fact music from Ancient Grace is nominated for a 2015 New Mexico Music Award and is currently in rotation on stations worldwide. 

Granger is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and singer-songwriter who performs all the instruments on his records including guest musicians occasionally in the studio and on stage. A full-time musician, he tours and headlines festivals across the U.S. NPR’s All Things Considered featured him in a piece called “Like water over bells” highlighting his work on an ethereal, steel pan type instrument called the Hang. The Music Mexico Music Commission and PBS’s have both featured his story and music in aired specials. Granger is a frequent in-studio guest on radio and the subject of many articles.

In July 2014 he led a “Spiritual Journey” to Acoma Sky City and Canyon de Chelly with a finale concert. A meditation and spiritual teacher as well as an ordained minister, he is a regular guest speaker at many spiritual houses and churches. Granger has been a volunteer musician at Hospice for over ten years. He also plays at Alzheimer, dementia and assisted living facilities regularly. He added the Native American flute to his music in 2004 wanting to use flute music in his massage therapy practice. He’s been a licensed masseur since 1991.

Granger is an Indian Summer Music Award winner, New Mexico Music Award winner, Great American Song Award, multiple NAMMY nominee and twice nominated for a Zone Music Reporter award for best Native American album by the broadcast industry. He has performed at the Sundance Film Festival, Gathering of Nations, Native Rhythms, Zion Canyon, White Sands and many sold out shows across the country. His White Sands full-moon concerts have drawn between 1400 and 1800 attendees. Nearly the record for that venue.

Granger’s seven commercial releases in the New Age/World genre receive acclaims and feedback from listeners citing the healing and spiritual quality of the music. Learn more at www.randygranger.net. Advance tickets are $12.50 and $15 at the door available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/randy-granger-concert-at-rio-grande-csl-tickets-16839110232#

 

 

 

Sunday, May 24th, 2015

Las Cruces Center for Spiritual Living
Randy Granger guest speaker and guest musician - 10:30AM
501 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
United States [map]

Rev. Randy Granger guest speaker and guest musician. 

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

Unity Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker and guest musician - 10:30AM
125 Wyatt Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88004
United States [map]

Rev. Randy Granger guest speaker and guest musician. 

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

Stage 49 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow Stage 49 - 2:00pm
1111 University Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
United States
5052372048 [map]
Price: www.gatheringofnations.com/tickets-and.../2015-gon-ticket-information/

Randy Granger performs at the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow on Stage 49. 

 

www.gatheringofnations.com/stage-49/

 

http://alibi.com/events/80734/Gathering-of-Nations-Randy-Granger-Lil-Mike-F.html 

Sunday, April 19th, 2015

Center for Spiritual Living
Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
575 Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Rev. Randy Granger guest speaker

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Unity Las Cruces
Randy Granger special music - 10:30AM
125 Wyatt Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88004 [map]

Saturday, March 28th, 2015

Voyager Southwest Flute Festival
Voyager Southwest Flute Festival - 9:30AM-6:00PM
8701 S Kolb Rd
TUCSON, AZ 85756 [map]

Randy Granger performs 5PM and leads workshop 

Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

Randy Granger returns to Hillsboro Community Center - 3:00PM-5:00PM
316 Elenora Street
Hillsboro, NM 88042 [map]
Price: $5

Randy Granger returns to the beautiful and historic Hillsboro Community Center at the gateway to the Gila Wilderness. Native and world flutes, the ethereal Panart Hang, singer-songwriter, healer and storyteller. www.randygranger.net

 

Sunday, March 15th, 2015

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker
725 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM [map]
Price: none

Rev. Randy Granger special guest speaker at CSL downtown Las Cruces. 

Saturday, March 14th, 2015

Heart of the Desert
Randy Granger @ Art and Wine Walk Festival - 1:20PM
7288 US-54
Alamogordo, NM
(575) 434-0035 [map]
Price: free

Heart of the Desert Wine and Pistachio festival with food, wine, vendors and music. Free. Randy Granger performs 1:20PM with musicians all day long. 

 

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Truth or Consequences Art Hop - Vic's BroadwayNewMexico
Randy Granger @ T or C Art Hop - 6:00-9:00PM
409 N Broadway St
Truth or Consequeces, NM
(575) 297-4140 [map]
Price: free

Randy Granger playing music for the Second Saturday Art Hop in downtown, historic Truth or Consequences, NM

Sunday, March 1st, 2015

An Iliad at Black Box Theater Las Cruces
An Iliad - 2:30pm
430 N Downtown Mall
las cruces, nm 88005
5755231223 [map]
Price: www.no-strings.org.

“AN ILIAD”

Returns To The Black Box Theatre FEBRUARY 28 and MARCH 1, 2014

 

WRITTEN BY LISA PETERSON AND DENIS O’HARE

 

The Black Box Theatre in downtown Las Cruces, in association with Theatre Dojo, welcomes a return of the touring southwestern premiere of the highly acclaimed Obie award-winning adaptation of Homer’s *Iliad, *a play the *New York Times* called “spellbinding…an age-old story that resonates with tragic meaning today.” Based on Robert Fagles’s translation of Homer’s epic, this modern play retells the ancient tale of gods, goddesses, warriors and their families, and the endless battles of human history with a gripping, modern voice.  The production, which opened at the Black Box in February of 2014, will return for two performances at the Black Box Theatre.  The shows will be February 28 at 8:00 PM, and a Sunday matinee on March 1 at 2:30 PM.  Admission will be $12 for adults and $10 for seniors over 65 or students with I.D.

 

*An Iliad* opens on an empty stage with the entrance of a strange, apparently homeless man with a beat-up suitcase.  He begins to sing in ancient Greek, a song seemingly as old as humanity, and a song he has been singing for a very long time.  He has difficulty remembering all of the words and names, but the stories possess him and we see it is his destiny to tell this tale – and ours, to live it, generation after generation.

 

This new production of *An Iliad *brings together two accomplished artists from the Las Cruces area in a collaboration of storytelling and music. AlgernonD’Ammassa plays the role of the Poet with music improvised by celebrated musician Randy Granger on a variety of instruments.  The presence of live music harkens to an ancient tradition wherein traveling poets would accompany themselves on a lyre.

 

Algernon D’Ammassa is a theatrical actor who has also appeared on film and television.  He trained professionally at the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island and has traveled all over the United States and to Europe as a performer and teacher. In 2006, he founded Theatre Dojo in Los Angeles, California as a multi-disciplinary community combining yoga, meditation, and martial arts with the performing arts.  Since 2011, he has worked regularly with the No Strings Theatre Company of Las Cruces, and he teaches at the Creative Media Institute at New Mexico State University.

 

Randy Granger is a native New Mexican of indigenous ancestry. He is a master of various instruments, combining Native American flute with musical traditions encompassing rock, jazz, mariachi, and more.  Based in Las Cruces, he tours the United States as a solo musician and teacher.  

 

Reservations can be made by calling the Black Box Theatre at (575) 523-1223 or visiting www.no-strings.org.

 

For more information on the tour, a Facebook page has been established at www.facebook.com/theatredojous.

Saturday, February 28th, 2015

An Iliad at the Black Box Theater Las Cruces
An Iliad - 8:00pm
430 North Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88001
(575) 523-1223 [map]
Price: (575) 523-1223

“AN ILIAD”

Returns To The Black Box Theatre FEBRUARY 28 and MARCH 1, 2014

 

WRITTEN BY LISA PETERSON AND DENIS O’HARE

 

The Black Box Theatre in downtown Las Cruces, in association with Theatre Dojo, welcomes a return of the touring southwestern premiere of the highly acclaimed Obie award-winning adaptation of Homer’s *Iliad, *a play the *New York Times* called “spellbinding…an age-old story that resonates with tragic meaning today.” Based on Robert Fagles’s translation of Homer’s epic, this modern play retells the ancient tale of gods, goddesses, warriors and their families, and the endless battles of human history with a gripping, modern voice.  The production, which opened at the Black Box in February of 2014, will return for two performances at the Black Box Theatre.  The shows will be February 28 at 8:00 PM, and a Sunday matinee on March 1 at 2:30 PM.  Admission will be $12 for adults and $10 for seniors over 65 or students with I.D.

 

*An Iliad* opens on an empty stage with the entrance of a strange, apparently homeless man with a beat-up suitcase.  He begins to sing in ancient Greek, a song seemingly as old as humanity, and a song he has been singing for a very long time.  He has difficulty remembering all of the words and names, but the stories possess him and we see it is his destiny to tell this tale – and ours, to live it, generation after generation.

 

This new production of *An Iliad *brings together two accomplished artists from the Las Cruces area in a collaboration of storytelling and music. AlgernonD’Ammassa plays the role of the Poet with music improvised by celebrated musician Randy Granger on a variety of instruments.  The presence of live music harkens to an ancient tradition wherein traveling poets would accompany themselves on a lyre.

 

Algernon D’Ammassa is a theatrical actor who has also appeared on film and television.  He trained professionally at the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island and has traveled all over the United States and to Europe as a performer and teacher. In 2006, he founded Theatre Dojo in Los Angeles, California as a multi-disciplinary community combining yoga, meditation, and martial arts with the performing arts.  Since 2011, he has worked regularly with the No Strings Theatre Company of Las Cruces, and he teaches at the Creative Media Institute at New Mexico State University.

 

Randy Granger is a native New Mexican of indigenous ancestry. He is a master of various instruments, combining Native American flute with musical traditions encompassing rock, jazz, mariachi, and more.  Based in Las Cruces, he tours the United States as a solo musician and teacher.  

 

Reservations can be made by calling the Black Box Theatre at (575) 523-1223 or visiting www.no-strings.org.

 

For more information on the tour, a Facebook page has been established at www.facebook.com/theatredojous.

Friday, February 27th, 2015

For the Love of Music: An evening with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
2800 Sonoma Ranch Blvd
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]
Price: free

An evening concert with Randy Granger and special guests including Jake Mossman and members of 10+1. Light refreshments will be served at 6PM with concert beginning at 7PM. 

Sponsored by the Cultural Diversity Committee of Faculty Doña Ana Community College, NMSU. 

In the commons area of the Student Services Bldg. 

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/382130071965129/

 

Saturday, February 21st, 2015

Black Box Theatre
Killing Buddha - 2:30pm
430 North Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88001
5755231223 [map]

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/life/sunlife/2016/02/12/musicstorytelling-duo-team-up-killing-buddha-illiad/79822414/

Saturday, February 21st, 2015

Greg's Texas Collection Reception - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
510 Scurry
Big Spring, TX 79720 [map]
Price: free

The Heritage Museum of Big Spring and Greg and Toni Bodin present a reception to honor Greg's Texas Collection photography exhibit. 

 

Live music by Randy Granger. 

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/405077469661248/?ref_notif_type=plan_mall_activity&source=1

Friday, February 20th, 2015

Black Box Theatre
An Iliad - 8:00pm
430 North Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88001
5755231223 [map]

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/life/sunlife/2016/02/12/musicstorytelling-duo-team-up-killing-buddha-illiad/79822414/

Special demand performance 

Sunday, February 15th, 2015

Center For Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Randy Granger guest speaker - 10:30AM
501 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
United States [map]

Randy Granger guest speaker at Center for Spiritual Living. "Be Love, Unconditionally." 

free

open and welcoming congregation 

Friday, February 13th, 2015

Black Box Theatre
Killing Buddha - 8:00pm
430 North Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88001
5755231223 [map]

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/life/sunlife/2016/02/12/musicstorytelling-duo-team-up-killing-buddha-illiad/79822414/

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Black Box Theatre
An Iliad - 8:00pm
430 North Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88001
5755231223 [map]

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/life/sunlife/2016/02/12/musicstorytelling-duo-team-up-killing-buddha-illiad/79822414/ 

Sunday, February 8th, 2015

Randy Granger at Abounding Grace Tucson
Randy Granger special music - 9:30AM
8701 S Kolb Rd
TUCSON, AZ 85756 [map]

Saturday, February 7th, 2015

An Iliad at Abounding Grace Tucson
An Iliad in Tucson - 6:30pm
2450 SOUTH KOLB ROAD
TUCSON, AZ 85756 [map]

An Iliad at Abounding Grace Tucson with RAndy Granger and Algernon D'Ammassa. 

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Arbors del Rey
Randy Granger at Arbors Del Rey - 2:00pm
3731 Del Rey Boulevard
Las Cruces, NM 88012
USA [map]

Arbors of Del Rey Dementia Care
Arbors of Del Rey is a memory care provider in Las Cruces, NM. Staff are on service 24 hours a day. There are activities appropriate for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia that help keep residents active and engaged. At Arbors of Del Rey, you can rest assured because nurse is on staff and a doctor is on call. Devotional services are provided to residents.

 

Randy Granger performs for patients. 

Sunday, January 11th, 2015

Unity Las Cruces
Randy Granger music and message - 10:30AM
125 Wyatt Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88004 [map]

Randy Granger special music and Message. 

Saturday, January 10th, 2015

An Iliad - 2:00pm
700 1st St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505-766-9412 [map]

https://www.facebook.com/events/1392330954392687/?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
700 1st Street Northwest, Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 766-9412
www.liveatthecell.com/

With Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger 

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Center for Spiritual Living Santa Fe
Randy Granger Sound healing Concert Santa Fe CSL - 3:00PM
505 Camino De Los Marquez
Santa Fe, NM [map]
Price: donation $15

Randy Granger sound healing concert

Saturday, October 18th, 2014

Randy Granger at Rock Art Rendezvous - Sunset
Galloway White Shaman Preserve 42535 West U.S.Highway 90
Comstock, TX [map]
Price: http://www.rockart.org/tours_events/events.cfm

Join us at the annual Rock Art Rendezvous. Randy Granger performs concert Saturday night. For more information 

http://www.rockart.org/tours_events/events.cfm

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Randy Granger Guest Speaker - 10:30AM
575 N Main st
Las Cruces, NM [map]

Reverend Randy Granger speaks and deliver's message during the regular service. 

Saturday, October 4th, 2014

Randy Granger @ Las Cruces Pagan Pride Day - 10AM-5PM
1905 Nevada Ave
Las Cruces, NM [map]
Price: https://www.facebook.com/events/1448250538773642/?ref=br_tf

https://www.facebook.com/events/1448250538773642/?ref=br_tf

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

An Iliad in Deming, NM - 2:00 PM
300 N Country Club Rd
Deming, NM [map]
Price: Admission: $10 ($8 for students and seniors)

By Denis O'Hare and Lisa Peterson, based on Homer's Iliad as translated by Robert Fagles.

In this Obie-winning adaptation, one actor and one musician interpret this enduring tale of gods, love, rage, and war for today's audience.

The role of the Poet will be played by Algernon D'Ammassa, with original music played live by acclaimed musician Randy Granger.

This performance will take place in Deming's beautiful outdoor theatre at Voiers Park, on Country Club road north of Pine, across the street from the Starmax cinema! **Please bring lawn chair or your choice of cushion!**

The performance will commence at 2:00 PM. This is an afternoon show performed outdoors in the sunlight. The seating area is covered, so there will be shade for you -- but sunscreen is still recommended.

Admission: $10 ($8 for students and seniors)

For more information call (575) 545-7613. Reservations are not necessary, as the theatre seats 1,000. The theatre will open between 1:00 and 1:30 so patrons can select their seating and set up chairs

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Unity Las Cruces - 10:30AM
125 Wyatt Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88004 [map]
Price: na

http://www.unityoflascruces.org/our_leaders.aspx

 

Randy Granger performs special music during service. 

Saturday, September 20th, 2014

Randy Granger Sound healing Concert Springville Museum of Art, Utah - 3:00-4:30PM
126 East 400 South
Springville, UT 84663
801-787-8272 [map]
Price: https://laudantium-72181.ticketbud.com/randy-granger-concert-sound-healing

Come enjoy the music of award winning Southwest multi-instrumentalist Randy Granger at the beautiful historical Springville Museum of Art.  Let Randy take you on a sound journey including native flutes, Hang, guitar, world percussion and voice.

Seating is limited, reserve early!  This is a free event (donations gladly accepted).

Three musical instruments will be donated by local flute maker Frank Harter of Raven Wing Flutes to be raffled off at the conclusion of Randy's Utah Tour.  You are automatically entered to win when you purchase a ticket.  The instruments will be:
-1 Native American Style flute
-1 Transverse flute (tuning hasn't been determined yet)
-1 Cigar Box Guitar

Contact Frank Harter at ravenwingflutes@gmail.com for more information.

Contact Frank at ravenwingflutes@gmail.com or 801-787-8272 for additional info.

 

Friday, September 19th, 2014

House Concert with Randy Granger Bountiful, Utah
House Concert Randy Granger Bountiful, UT - 7:00-9:00PM
1898 South 850 East
Bountiful, UT 84010
801-787-8272 [map]
Price: $15 suggested Donation
Come enjoy the music of award-winning artist Randy Granger in an intimate setting at the home of David and Kendalyn. Let Randy take you on a sound journey including native flutes, Hang, guitar, world percussion and voice.

Three musical instruments will be donated by local flute maker Frank Harter of Raven Wing Flutes to be raffled off at the conclusion of Randy's Utah Tour. You are automatically entered to win when you purchase a ticket. The instruments will be:
-1 Native American Style flute
-1 Transverse flute (tuning hasn't been determined yet)
-1 Cigar Box Guitar

David & Kendalyn Hill's house
1898 South 850 East, Bountiful, UT 84010, USA

Contact Frank at ravenwingflutes@gmail.com or 801-787-8272 for additional info.

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Belair Assisted Living
Randy Granger performs at Belaire
1088 E 390 S
American Fork, UT [map]

Randy Granger performs for Alzheimers and Dementia patients at Beiaire assisted living facility for patients and staff. 

Sunday, September 14th, 2014

The Shop Yoga Studio
Sound Healing Concert The Shop Yoga Studio Park City, Utah - 7:00-9:00PM
1167 Woodside Avenue
Park City, UT 84060
(435) 649-9339 [map]
Price: https://laudantium-72181.ticketbud.com/randy-granger-at-the-shop-yoga-studio

EVENT DESCRIPTION


Beautiful Park City provides the perfect background for an evening with award-winning Southwest musician Randy Granger. Let Randy take you on a sound journey including native flutes, Hang, guitar, world percussion and voice.

Three musical instruments will be donated by local flute maker Frank Harter of Raven Wing Flutes to be raffled off at the conclusion of Randy's Utah Tour. You are automatically entered to win when you purchase a ticket. The instruments will be:
-1 Native American Style flute
-1 Transverse flute (tuning hasn't been determined yet)
-1 Cigar Box Guitar

(435) 649-9339 - Contact: David Belz - david@parkcityyoga.com

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

Workshop 4-5, Concert 7-9
4689 South Holladay Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84117 [map]
Price: https://laudantium-72181.ticketbud.com/randy-granger-at-the-yoga-center-concert-sound-healing

Southwest award-winning musician Randy Granger takes us on a sound healing journey at The Yoga Center, including native flutes, Hang, guitar, world percussion and voice. This is Randy's first appearance in Utah, don't miss it!

Three musical instruments will be donated by local flute maker Frank Harter of Raven Wing Flutes to be raffled off at the conclusion of Randy's Utah Tour. You are automatically entered to win when you purchase a ticket. The instruments will be:
-1 Native American Style flute
-1 Transverse flute (tuning hasn't been determined yet)
-1 Cigar Box Guitar

To reserve Workshop space and inquire about ticket price contact Frank at
ravenwingflutes@gmail.com or 801-787-8272

Ticket link:
https://laudantium-72181.ticketbud.com/randy-granger-at-the-yoga-center-concert-sound-healing

Workshop and Concert with award-winning Native American flute player and recording artist Randy Granger at Yoga Center in Salt Lake City, UT.

Workshop hours from 4-5PM,
Concert 7-9PM

Contact: Lindsay Marie - yogautah@gmail.com
(801) 277-9166

www.yogautah.com/

Sunday, August 31st, 2014

Franciscan Festival of Arts - 12:00pm
600 Holy Cross Rd
Mesilla Park, NM [map]

Randy performs in the gazebo 

Saturday, August 30th, 2014

Franciscan Festival of Arts - 4:00PM
600 Holy Cross Rd
Mesilla Park, NM [map]

In the Wine Garden

Saturday, August 30th, 2014

Franciscan Festival of Arts - 12:00pm
600 Holy Cross Rd
Mesilla Park, NM [map]

Randy Granger performs in Gazebo

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

An Iliad - 6:00-8:00pm
700 1st St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505-766-9412 [map]

An Iliad with Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger 

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

Randy Granger @ IFAM Santa Fe Railyard
Randy Granger @ IFAM Santa Fe Railyard - 11:00AM
740 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States [map]

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

Randy Granger @ IFAM Santa Fe Railyard - 11:00AM
740 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501 [map]

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

An Iliad at the Cell Theater
An Iliad - 8:00pm
700 1st St NW
Albuquerque, NM [map]
Price: Varies

An Iliad with Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Randy Granger @ IFAM Santa Fe Railyard - 11:00AM
740 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501 [map]

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

An Iliad at The Cell
An Iliad - 8:00pm
700 1st St NW
Albuquerque, NM [map]
Price: Varies

An Iliad with Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

Rockhound State Park
Randy Granger Rock Hound State Park - 6:00-8:00pm
9880 Stirrup Rd SE
Deming, NM 88030 [map]

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

Randy Granger at Rock Hound State Park - 6:00PM
Deming, NM [map]

Award-winning Native AMerican musician Randy Granger performs at Rock Hound State park Deming NM 6PM  http://www.stateparks.com/rock_hound_state_park_in_new_mexico.html

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

Randy Granger Guest Speaker and Musician - 10:30AM
501 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
United States [map]

Guest speaker Randy Granger. 

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

Randy Granger White SAnds NAtional Monument Full-Moon Concert - 8:00PM
http://www.nps.gov/whsa/planyourvisit/directions.htm
Alamogordo, nM
USA [map]
Price: $5

http://www.nps.gov/whsa/index.htm Full Moon Concer Series

Randy Granger Native American flute player and musician performs concert. 

http://www.lascrucesbulletin.com/ee/lascrucesbulletin/default.php?pSetup=lascrucesbulletin&goTo=C02&curDate=20140509

Full Moon Nights return to White Sands 

Educational and entertainment events monthly



By 
Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin 

Stretching across 115 square miles of the largest gypsum dune field in the world is White Sands National Monument, a glistening white jewel in the crown of southern New Mexico. There may be no more ethereal, otherwordly sight than the slow ascent of a full summer moon over the rolling, wave-like white gypsum dunes.

To complement this singular, southern New Mexico splendor, beginning at 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 14, and returning monthly to coincide with the lunar cycle, White Sands National Monument presents its annual Full Moon Nights, a series of educational and entertaining programs taking place at the park’s amphitheater on its most beautiful nights of the year, timed to take place with the rising of the moon.

White Sands National Monument visual information specialist Tara Cuvelier said the Full Moon Nights program began as, simply, “a way to get people out to experience the dunes, especially during the full moon.”

The monthly program, which Cuvelier said is balanced between three music and entertainment nights and three educational nights, provides a fantastic reason to get the
 whole family together for an evening in one of southern New Mexico’s most enchanting places.

This year, the program kicks off Wednesday, May 14, with “Skins, Skulls & Scat: The Past and Present Animals of White Sands.” Ranger Robin Milne will lead the interactive presentation diving deep into the secret lives of those creatures who’ve called the endless gypsum dunes home, both past and present. Pelts and skull replicas will provide an up-close look at the elusive fauna that has populated the region dating back thousands of years.

At 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 12, Shock Action, the 1st Armored Division’s Band, will bring to the amphitheater stage its unique blend of music ranging from classic and alternative rock, hip-hop, R&B and country. The band has performed throughout southern New Mexico and southwest Texas extensively, as well as performing for its fellow brothers in arms abroad during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

“The happiest mariachi in the Southwest,” Mariachi Fuego del Sol, will perform at this year’s third Full Moon Night, at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 12. The nine-person band was formed last year, and in its short existence has garnered awards from Western New Mexico University and the League of United Latin
 American Citizens Counsel.

On Sunday, Aug. 10, Native American flutist Randy Granger will bring his unique blend of traditional instruments and melodies to the moonlit night.

Returning this year for his fourth Full Moon Nights performance, Granger said he’s looking forward to this year’s event, on the heels of his third, successful show at the White Sands amphitheater last year – and two previous complicated by forces of nature.

His first, he said, near the close of the season several years ago, was beset by unseasonably cold and windy weather, but still he played on, performing in the parking lot for those huddled in blankets and parkas, from atop a stack of wooden pallets – “classic New Mexico,” he said.

His second, the following year, this time in the middle of summer, Granger was three songs in to his set when a bolt of lightning struck just two dunes over. Undaunted, he played unplugged and acoustic in the visitors center, continuing on through a power outage that darkened the building.

Both, Granger said, turned out to be unique and intimate shows, despite the weather.

For Granger, the third time turned out to be the charm. With more than 1,500 in attendance, Granger began his set, pausing briefly to glance up at the horizon and the rising full moon.

“At one point, I looked up and saw the moon coming up over the dunes, huge and orange and giant,” he said. “Then, I looked out and saw the silhouette of people dancing, and it does not get better than that. It was just magical; thank you wind gods, thank you rain gods. For those two hours, it all kind of clicked and came together.”

Blending the entertaining with the educational, the Monday, Sept. 8, Full Moon Nights program will welcome New Mexican flute player, musician and storyteller Ernie Dogwolf Lovato to the open-air amphitheater. Lovato, who comes from an Apache and Spanish-European lineage, will share with young and old alike a night full of enchanting stories, songs and music.

The 2014 Full Moon Nights series closes Wednesday, Oct. 8, with “RarAmuri: The Foot Runners of the Sierra Madre,” presented by Diana Molina. RarAmuri, the Uto-Aztecan word for Tarahumara, are widely regarded as among the best runners in the world, their skills honed traveling the canyon walls and mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental, located in the northern part of the state.

Made possible through a partnership with the New Mexico Humanities Council, Molina will complement her personal narrative with anthropological, ethnographic and scientific research, discussing the impact of modern society on the RarAmuri lifestyle and displaying stunning photographs of their canyon environment.

White Sands National Park’s Full Moon Nights programs are open to the public and are free with standard monument fee of $3 per person age 16 and older. Events are weather­permitting, and will not be rescheduled in the case of inclement weather. For more information, visit www.nps.gov.whsa or call
 479-6124.

 

Randy Granger White Sands National Monument photo by Tony Frazure

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Randy Granger House Concert Omaha Nebraska
House Concert Randy Granger - 7:30PM
5435 Decatur
Omaha, NE 68104
402-733-5111 [map]
Price: Goodwill Donation

intimate House Concert with Randy Granger in Omaha Nebraska. 5435 Decatur, Omaha NE 68104  Call Jay for details 402-733-5111.

 

Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

The World of Faeries Festival - 10AM-5PM
35 W 217 Route 31
South Elgin, IL 60177 [map]
Price: $10

10TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION
THE WORLD OF FAERIES FESTIVAL
CELEBRATION OF THE DRAGON 
SATURDAY AUGUST 2ND AND 3RD, 2014
SATURDAY 10 AM TO 7 PM, SUNDAY 10 AM TO 5 PM

 

Performers, entertaiment, music, magic, vendors and family friendly activities all day long.  Check out the performance schedule at   https://theworldoffaeries.com/page4.html 

Saturday, August 2nd, 2014

The World of Faeries Festival - 10AM-7PM
35 W 217 Route 31
South Elgin, IL 60177 [map]
Price: $10

10TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION
THE WORLD OF FAERIES FESTIVAL
CELEBRATION OF THE DRAGON 
SATURDAY AUGUST 2ND AND 3RD, 2014
SATURDAY 10 AM TO 7 PM, SUNDAY 10 AM TO 5 PM

Performers, entertaiment, music, magic, vendors and family friendly activities all day long.  Check out the performance schedule at   https://theworldoffaeries.com/page4.html 

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

House Concert West Des Moines
House Concert Randy Granger - 7:30PM
5870 Fairway Ct
West Des Moines, IA
515-225-6139 [map]
Price: donation

House Concert with Randy Granger in an intimate and up close performance. Call Jeanne at 515-225-6139 for more information.  

Sunday, July 27th, 2014

Golden Mesa Las Cruces
Randy Granger Performance - 2:00 PM
151 N Roadrunner Pkwy
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

Spiritual Journey to Acoma Sky City & Canyon de Chelly with Randy Granger
Spiritual Journey to Acoma Sky City & Canyon de Chelly with Randy Granger
Chinlee, AZ
575-202-0885 [map]
Price: see details

SPIRITUAL JOURNEY !

Acoma, Sky City, NM * Canyon de Chelly Natl Mounument

July 22-25, 2014 * 4 Days/3 Nights * $450 Per Person Double

Single Room - $675 pp; Triple Room - $400 pp; Quad Room - $375 pp

 

7/22 Tues 9AM – Depart Las Cruces Center for Spiritual Living

11:30 – Lunch Manzanera Café, Socorro NM

2PM – Depart Albuquerque after picking up additional travelers

3PM – Check into the outstanding new Sky City Casino Hotel Resort with

five restaurants, pools, full casino with complimentary gambling

package available for each traveler if desired

6PM – Drumming Circle, Randy Granger

7/23 Wed 7AM – Morning meditation

8:30AM Depart to Acoma Cultural Center, Haak’u Museum, Y’aak’a Café

Gaits’i Gift Shop; shuttle will take us to the top of the mesa 370

feet up to the ancient Mission Church; with an Acoma guide, we’ll

leisurely walk ¾ mile tour of Sky City, the longest continuously

inhabited settlement in North America; meditation on site

Noon – Window Rock, AZ, Navajo Nation Capital with lunch at the

Quality Inn restaurant, featuring Navajo and Mexican dishes

1PM - Tour renowned Navajo Nation Museum across the street

4PM – Check into Sacred Canyon Lodge nestled in the bottom of

awesome Canyon de Chelly, a spiritual center of the Navajo

Nation; two night stay in the serene beauty of this National

Monument

6PM - Randy Granger outdoor concert and program

7/24 Thurs 7AM – Morning meditation

8:30AM - tour the canyon bottom with Navajo guides in groups of 4-7,

fording the river many times to view cliff dwellings, spiraling rock

formations and sculpted sandstone in this home of the mystical

Spider Woman who inspired the Navajo’s superb weaving

1PM – rim tour on our bus with a Navajo step on guide, overlooking this

picturesque canyon stronghold & cliff dwellings; on site meditation

6PM – Guided meditation & program, Randy Granger

7/25 Fri 7AM – Morning meditation

8:30AM - Depart to Gallup, NM for an hour break at a Trading Post

to admire and purchase Navajo jewelry, sculpture, weavings and

crafts; stretch and use restrooms

Noon – Drop off Albuquerque travelers; lunch

4PM – Return Las Cruces CSL

Come play and meditate with us!

J. Pat & Cindy Breedlove, Tour Hosts

3914 Agua de Vida * Las Cruces NM 88012 * 575-202-0885 * 830-285-0109 Cell

 jpatcindy@gmail.com

 

Sunday, July 6th, 2014

Randy Granger Guest Speaker and Musician - 10:30AM
125 Wyatt Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88004 [map]
Price: free

Randy Granger as guest speaker and guest musician Unity Las Cruces. Open and welcoming congegration. 

Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces
Music by Randy Granger - 10:30AM
501 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
United States [map]
Price: free

Sunday, May 18th, 2014

Trinity Church El Paso
Private House Concert - 3:00 PM
El Paso, TX [map]

Private concert and performance 

Sunday, May 18th, 2014

Trinity Church El Paso
Private House Concert - 3
El Paso, TX [map]

Sunday, May 18th, 2014

Randy Granger Special music Unity Las Cruces - 10:30AM
125 Wyatt Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88004 [map]
Price: free

RAndy Granger performs special music at Unity Church Las Cruces, NM 

Sunday, May 11th, 2014

Randy Granger at Center for Spiritual Living Las Cruces, NM - 10:30AM
575 N Main Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM [map]
Price: free

This Week: May 11th, 2014:

"The Rhythm of Peace & Living in the Now"

Speaker:

Reverend Randy Granger

 


Reverend Randy Granger is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Seminaries, a motivational speaker, educator, workshop leader, professional musician and licensed massage therapist. Of Native American ancestry Randy lives in Las Cruces, NM. He is also practices Science of Mind teachings, Zen meditation and sound healing. Please join us this Sunday for what is sure to be an inspiring service! 

Friday, May 9th, 2014

Interview and performance KOBE-AM 1450
Las Cruces, NM 88004 [map]

Live in studio performance and interview with Randy Granger on KOBE-AM 1450 Las Cruces. NM http://www.b1450.com/ 

Sunday, May 4th, 2014

Unity Church Las Cruces
Special Music by Randy Granger - 10:30AM
125 Wyatt Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88004 [map]

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Randy Granger "Deep Peace and Healing power of Music" - 11:00am
1650 Abrazo Road NE
Rio Rancho, NM
505.896.8192 [map]
Price: free

JOIN US Sunday April 27th as we welcome backRANDY GRANGER for the 3rd year of his haunting new age music. He will present a musical special on the healing power of Music during the service. 

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Randy Granger "Deep Peace and Healing power of Music" - 11:00am
1650 Abrazo Road NE
Rio Rancho, NM
505.896.8192 [map]
Price: free

JOIN US Sunday April 27th as we welcome backRANDY GRANGER for the 3rd year of his haunting new age music. He will present a musical special on the healing power of Music during the service. 

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Randy Granger at Gathering of Nations on STAGE 49 - 12:00 PM Noon RANDY GRANGER
Avenida Cesar Chavez Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM
United States [map]
Price: http://www.gatheringofnations.com/Stage_49/index.htm

Award-winning Native American musician Randy Granger performs on Stage 49 of the Gathering of Nations Powwow   http://www.gatheringofnations.com/Stage_49/index.htm 

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Randy Granger at Gathering of Nations in the UNM "PIT" Arena - 10:30AM
Avenida Cesar Chavez Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM [map]
Price: http://www.gatheringofnations.com/Stage_49/index.htm

Randy Granger performs in the PIT Arena 10:30AM Main Stage

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Apple Mountain Music
Randy Granger Apple Mountain Music Concert - 7:00PM
10301 Comanche Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
USA
(505) 237-2048 [map]
Price: $20

Call 505-237-2048 for ticket info and to reserve!!!! Limited seating.  

Award-winning recording artist Randy Granger presents an intimate concert at Apple Mountain Music in Albuquerque's heights. A great music store and setting for amazing concerts of all varieties. http://www.applemtnmusic.com/

 

Granger performs on a variety of Native American and World Flutes, world percussion and hand pan instruments like the Panart hang. Granger is a noted singer songwriter as well as entertaining and gifted storyteller.

 

You won't want to miss this chance to hear him in a close up and personal performance.

 

For tickets call Debra at (505) 237-2048

 

tickets are $20 at the door but seating is limited so call today to reserve.

 

http://www.randygranger.net/

 

http:youtube.com/user/lonegranger

Award-winning recording artist Randy Granger presents an intimate concert at Apple Mountain Music in Albuquerque's heights. A great music store and setting for amazing concerts of all varieties. http://www.applemtnmusic.com/ 

Granger performs on a variety of Native American and World Flutes, world percussion and hand pan instruments like the Panart hang. Granger is a noted singer songwriter as well as entertaining and gifted storyteller. 

You won't want to miss this chance to hear him in a close up and personal performance. 

For tickets call Debra at (505) 237-2048 
tickets are $20 at the door but seating is limited so call today to reserve. 

http://www.randygranger.net/

http:youtube.com/user/lonegranger

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Randy Granger Cultural Diversity Day - 12:00 PM Noon RANDY GRANGER
2800 N. Sonoma Ranch Blvd
Las Cruces, NM 88011
USA
575-528-7250 [map]
Price: free

COmmons area of DACC East Mesa CAmpus Cultural Diversity day all day Native American performer Randy Granger performs 12:00 NOON. 

http://www.lcsun-news.com/las_cruces-news/ci_25578551/dacc-celebrate-cultural-diversity-thursday  

 

Saturday, April 12th, 2014

American Indian Week - Native Flutist Randy Granger - 9:00AM - 4:00PM
E University Ave and S Solano Dr
Las Cruces, NM [map]

The finale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kent Hall University Museum Saturday, April 12. There will be a Native American Arts and Crafts Expo featuring wares from throughout the state and will feature Randy Granger, a flute and drum performer. Indian tacos and fry bread will be for sale for those who did not attend the demonstration.

The events are brought in part by the Associated Students of New Mexico State University.

For more information visit, http://aip.nmsu.edu/current-students/american-indian-week/

http://krwg.org/post/american-indian-week-starts-today-nmsu-las-cruces

Saturday, April 5th, 2014

VOYAGER SOUTHWEST NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE FESTIVAL
VOYAGER SOUTHWEST NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE FESIVAL - 10:00AM
8701 S Kolb Rd
TUCSON, AZ 85756 [map]
Price: FREE

RANDY GRANGER PRESENT A WORKSHOP ENTITLED "FINDING THE SPIRIT OF THE SONG ON THE NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE" 

Saturday, April 5th, 2014

Voyager RV Resort
VOYAGER SOUTHWEST NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE FESIVAL - 2:15 - 3:15
8701 S Kolb Rd
TUCSON, AZ 85756 [map]
Price: FREE

VOYAGER RV RESORT NATIVE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST FLUTE FESTIVAL IN THE MAIN AUDITORIUM 

Randy performs 2:15-3:15

VOYAGER RV RESORT.

8701 S Kolb Rd

Tucson, AZ 85756

 

Saturday, March 29th, 2014

Las Cruces Dog Park Coalition Fundraiser Dinner - 5:30PM
150 E. Idaho Ave
Las Cruces, NM 88005
USA [map]
Price: http://www.lascrucesassociationofrealtors.com/

 

LAS CRUCES >> Mesilla resident and musician Randy Granger will perform at the Las Cruces Dog Park Coalition annual dinner and meeting at 5:30 p.m. March 29.

The dinner will be at the LCAR Conference Hall, 150 E. Idaho Ave. After the dinner, coalition members will discuss fundraising goals and elect officers.

Tickets are $5 for coalition members and $12 for non-members.

To make reservations, call 575-525-8694 or visit facebook.com/groups/lcdogparkers.

 

http://www.lascrucesassociationofrealtors.com/

Friday, March 28th, 2014

Glasbox theater
An Iliad in El Paso - 8:00PM
2309 E. Mills Ave
El Paso, TX [map]
Price: $10-$8

"AN ILIAD" (Music and Theatre performance)

March 29, 2014
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Glasbox (2309 E. Mills Avenue, between Palm & Poplar)

Venue:Glasbox (2309 E. Mills Avenue, between Palm & Poplar)Admission:$10 ($8 students)Website:http://www.facebook.com/algernoniliadContact Name:Algernon D'AmmassaContact E-mail Address:nogate@gmail.comContact Phone Number:(575) 545-7613
By Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson, based on Homer’s Iliad as translated by Robert Fagles.

In this Obie-winning adaptation, one actor and one musician interpret this enduring tale of gods, love, rage, and war for today’s audience.

The role of the Poet will be played by Algernon D’Ammassa, with original music played live by acclaimed musician Randy Granger.

These two performances at Glasbox, 2309 E. Mills Avenue (between Palm and Poplar) in El Paso, Friday and Saturday nights, March 28 and 29, at 8:00 PM.

Ticket information is $10 or $8 for students. We are only set up to accept cash at the door. Information about a reservation line will be made available as soon as we set that up.

We hope to present more shows in the region after that, so please like our page and visit often for updates.

For a review of our premiere performances in Las Cruces last month, visit http://thetruantlc.com/2014/02/23/blood-guts-and-theater/

 

Interview with Randy Granger and Algernon D'Ammassa  https://soundcloud.com/randy-granger/interview-with-randy-granger  

Read Blog Preview: http://latinamam.tumblr.com/post/80187523086/one-actor-one-musician-algernon-dammassa-randy

 

One Actor, One Musician Algernon D’Ammassa & Randy Granger Diez Cu Interview

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L-R: musician, Randy Granger y actor, Algernon D’Ammassa

EL PASO

A Las Cruces-based poet, stage actor, sometimes TV actor, and college professor has joined forces with an award-winning Native-American flutist, composer, recording artist and songwriter, to bring to life the 2012 Obie Award-Winning play, An Iliad, based on Homer’s The Iliad, and created by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare.

The show, designed as a traveling show, debuted in Las Cruces and is now coming to El Paso for two nights only. The show runs next Friday and Saturday, March 28th and March 29th, at 8PM at the Glasbox [2309 E. Mills Ave. 79901]. Call 575.545.7613 for reservations and more info.

We have an exclusive Diez Cu Interview with the very same poet and flutist of the show, Algernon D’Ammassa and Randy Granger, respectively. Check out a short teaser video of the show here, the flyer here, and read the interview below.
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LAA: How did you hear of the original An Iliad production?
AD: For awhile I was looking for a show that I could pack into my Honda Civic and take on the road and found that most of the one-man plays I was reading weren’t very good or weren’t to my liking. And, then, I came across this script by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare and it spoke to everything I wanted to do as an artist. And, it fits into my Honda Civic!

LAA: How did your version of this production come together?
AD: I knew this play had been performed with a cellist accompanying the actor and a musical score was even written for it. But, as I read it, I kept hearing flutes as well as other instruments and thought it would be cool if the musician had a life of his or her own. Improvising accompaniment that augmented the story as the musician felt was right.

Someone suggested Randy Granger and I knew about him already and thought, “He would be great if he wants to do it.” Randy and I met and hit it off right away. We rehearsed separately for several weeks and finally came together shortly before our performances in Las Cruces; stopping and starting and trying things out. And, we’re still working together that way — listening to each other and trying different ways of interacting and taking turns.

RG: Through a mutual figure in music in the Mesilla Valley [region in Southern New Mexico and far West Texas], Barbara Toth. She suggested me to Algernon when he asked her about possible musician collaborators for An Iliad.

LAA: How did you two get together? How did you bring in the third person who will be doing the second El Paso show?
AD: Randy is a full-time touring musician, so we knew other musicians might have to come in and that can help keep it fresh. The show will change as different musicians and different instruments are brought in.

So, Randy has a commitment on Saturday night [March 29th] and for that night we have John McClure, who might also be doing our shows in Deming, New Mexico. John is a musician and also an actor and director whom I’ve known for years, but this project is not quite like anything he’s done before. His primary instrument is guitar and he’s working with different stringed and percussion instruments; thinking about non-traditional ways of playing them in order to create new sounds and colors.

LAA: What made you want to do this show to begin with?
AD: An Iliad is an example of the kind of theatre I want to make as an artist. It is very much the aesthetic of Trinity Rep[ertory Theatre], the theatre where I trained and worked for a while. Formally, we are going back to very ancient western theatre tradition with a storyteller and music in a plain space.

In fact, we take this even further by letting the playing space be rough, so you can see the back wall of the theatre or the prop shop or whatever. We tell theatres we want the audience to see the theatre inbetween shows, everything rough, to demonstrate that a storyteller and a musician can just show up and engage an audience with their commitment and artistry and not much else. No set. No lights. Randy doesn’t even plug in. I’ve got a beat-up suitcase and a broom handle. And we do the Trojan War.

The play itself is a piece about war. Not pro-war or anti-war, but a play about war as part of human history. The costs and the waste of it, but, also the solidarity among warriors, the courage, and this rage that seems to be part of the human condition and leads us into violent conflict again and again [throughout history].

RG: For me, the challenge of creating improvised music to such an iconic play in a live theatre setting was intimidating. I am always game to expand my creative comfort zone for art and music. My own recorded music and concerts are very polished with moments of improvisation, but more so structured in a way that my audience can experience what is on my recordings and videos [during my concerts].

LAA: What do you hope the audience gets out of it?
AD: Their own experience. I don’t necessarily know what that is. But, it’s nice when we see the audience leave talking about the play. We’ve had amazing encounters with people like combat veterans, schoolteachers, a Greek scholar, a bunch of adolescents, and teenagers who came to see the show.

We live in a world where we can watch movies on our handphones, but live theatre, happening right in front of you, is something unique and I hope we’re making a strong case for how powerful that can be.

RG: As a musician, I hope they get the synergy and constant collaborating aspect of what Alergnon and I are doing in the moment. In other words, how we can be present and tuned in to each other’s work, emotional level, output, etc. As a theater-goer, I hope they get the message of An Iliad that violence has been a part of our humanity’s constant struggle to define ourselves through it.

LAA: Is there a challenge in engaging the audience since it’s just the two of you with different responsibilities? Especially with the attention span of audiences today.
AD: We hear a lot about attention spans these days, but we’ve seen kids come to this show who were on the edge of their seats even if some of the story went over their heads the whole night. I’m not convinced people really have short attention spans. I think bored people have short attention spans. We establish a direct relationship with the audience. There is no “fourth wall.”

Once they get a sense of who Randy and I are, as characters, they agree to spend some time with us and see where we take them. And, we take them to a lot of places! We don’t put anyone on the spot, but we’re talking to you and we can see you. We move at a pretty fast pace, sometimes, relentlessly, but we also let things sink in and breathe as we go.

RG: Personally, I never thought [of it] that way. I believe we have a tendency to underestimate our audience. The feedback, overwhelmingly, has been that it passed so quickly; [that it] was so engaging that they didn’t notice almost two hours had passed.

LAA: Do you think the story of the Iliad is timeless? How does it apply to 2014?
AD: The play makes a very strong case that it is. There is a continuing line from the wars of antiquity right up to Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. The audience knows what the characters in the Iliad are going through, what Hector’s wife and father go through, the pride of Hector and his doubts, and while the triumph of Achilles might seem rather sadistic in a painting, we are shown the pain and loss that he went through as well.

The history of the human being is a history of destructive rage as much as it is about love or ingenuity. We build civilizations and then knock them down and then mourn. And, repeat. What is it that makes us do that?

RG: Oh, yes, it applies and is timeless as long as we, as human beings, continue to see ourselves as separate individuals who must battle one another for love, land, money, possessions, respect.

It even applies, in my opinion, to narco gangs who fight and murder each other over even a perceived slight or encroachment onto territory.

It is especially relevant to the Juarez/El Paso area with Fort Bliss, the murder of thousands each year in Juarez, and the somewhat machismo attitude of not respecting me, so I’m going to hurt you.

[It] Couldn’t be more relevant, really. I grew up in the Hispanic culture as a Mestizo, myself, and understand where machismo has its place in the culture. I didn’t truly discover my Native American ancestry until I had left home.

LAA: Talk about Theatre Dojo and the Glasbox.
AD: Theatre Dojo is a project I began in Los Angeles years ago. Initially, we were exploring ways of teaching acting that included personal disciplines like yoga, aikido, tai chi, and meditation. We also began developing theatre projects that promoted social awareness, bearing witness, and healing.

It was dormant for many years, but I’ve lit the flame again in order to support acting classes that I teach as well as collaborations like this one Randy and I are having to make art that is exhilarating and stirs imaginations.

That’s the kind of space Glasbox is trying to create, too. Glasbox is gathering people from various disciplines to learn from each other, take risks, and engage people in a room where anything is possible. Because human energy can move mountains when it’s applied well. We hope to bring some new people to Glasbox’s new space so they will come back and see other things that are happening there.

LAA: Anything you want people to know about this show that they might not know or realize?
AD: Oh they should just come and not know what to expect!

RG: It happens in real time with no sound score. I am playing some of the world’s most unique instruments as well as found instruments like using a pill bottle filled with popcorn for a rattle, the Hang drum, a bucket from a hardware store, tequila bottles filled with water to create different pitches. I’m creating [the music] like a film score soundtrack, but in real time reacting and supporting the story and Algernon’s amazing acting.

LAA: After the El Paso shows, what’s next for you guys and this show?
AD: We’ve booked this show in Albuquerque and are in talks with venues in San Francisco and Asheville, North Carolina. I’ll be doing summer stock all summer and Randy has his own gigs, but we’ll continue doing this show, indefinitely. And, there is no reason we wouldn’t come back and play some more [shows] in El Paso. Who knows?

Check out Algernon’s official blog here, Randy’s official site here, and the Glasbox Facebook Page here.
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Tags: one actor one musician one actor one musician actor musician play An Iliad The Iliad Homer Obie Awards Obie Award Winning Las Cruces New Mexico El Paso Texas Native American Algernon D'Ammassa Randy Granger Theatre Dojo Los Angeles Glasbox John McClure Lisa Peterson Denis O'Hare theatre music show

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

House Concert
Private House Concert - 6:00PM
Las Cruces
Las Cruces, NM
USA [map]

Private House Concert 

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

Center for Spiritual Living
Randy Granger Special Music - 10:30AM
100 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005 [map]
Price: free

Special Music by Randy Granger Center for Spiritual Living downtown mall Las Cruces, NM.

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

State of the Arts Interview - 11:30AM
500 W. University Ave
El Paso, TX 79968
915-747-5152 [map]

Interview with Randy Granger and Algernon D'Amassa on KTEP's State of the Arts program with Monica Gomez.   Stream live at http://ktep.org.  We speak about out production of An Iliad in El Paso, TX at the Glasbox Theater. https://www.facebook.com/events/505415062901916/   

Sunday, March 9th, 2014

New Mexico Farm and Ranch Museum
New Mexico Cowboy Days Festival - 2:00 PM
4100 Dripping Springs Rd
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]
Price: www.nmcowboydays.com/‎

New Mexico Cowboy Days Festival

RAndy Granger perfoms in the Pavillion noon. 

 

www.nmcowboydays.com/

Saturday, March 8th, 2014

New Mexico Farm and Ranch Museum
New Mexico Cowboy Days Festival - 2:00 PM
4100 Dripping Springs Rd
Las Cruces, NM 88011 [map]
Price: www.nmcowboydays.com/‎

New Mexico Cowboy Days

In the Pavillion. 

www.nmcowboydays.com/

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

Black Box Theater
An Iliad - 2:30 PM
430 N Downtown Mall
las cruces, nm 88005
5755231223 [map]
Price: $12-$10

An Iliad

FEBRUARY 21-23, 2014

Veteran stage actor Algernon D’Ammassa collaborates with virtuoso musician Randy Granger at The Black Box Theatre in downtown Las Cruces for the southwestern premiere of this highly acclaimed, Obie award-winning adaptation of Homer’s Iliad. The New York Times called “spellbinding…an age-old story that resonates with tragic meaning today.” Based on Robert Fagles’s translation of Homer’s epic, this modern play retells the ancient tale of gods, goddesses, warriors and their families, and the endless battles of human history with a gripping, modern voice. The production will play for three performances at the Black Box Theatre and then launch a tour of venues around New Mexico and in El Paso, Texas.

"An Iliad" opens on an empty stage with the entrance of a strange, apparently homeless man with a beat-up suitcase. He begins to sing in ancient Greek, a song seemingly as old as humanity, and a song he has been singing for a very long time. He has difficulty remembering all of the words now, but the stories possess him and we see it is his destiny to tell this tale – and ours, to live it, generation after generation.

This new production of "An Iliad" brings together two accomplished artists from the Las Cruces area in a collaboration of storytelling and music. Algernon D’Ammassa plays the role of the Poet with music improvised by the celebrated musician Randy Granger on a variety of instruments. The presence of live music harkens to an ancient tradition wherein traveling poets would accompany themselves on a lyre. In this collaboration, Granger and D’Ammassa have stated that the music will have a life of its own.

Algernon D’Ammassa is a theatrical actor who has also appeared on film and television. He trained professionally at the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island and has traveled all over the United States and to Europe as a performer and teacher. In 2006, he founded Theatre Dojo in Los Angeles, California as a multi-disciplinary community combining yoga, meditation, and martial arts with the performing arts. Since 2011, he has worked regularly with No Strings Theatre Company of Las Cruces, and he teaches at the Creative Media Institute at New Mexico State University.

Randy Granger is a native New Mexican of indigenous ancestry. He is a master of various instruments, combining Native American flute with musical traditions encompassing rock, jazz, mariachi, and more. Based in Las Cruces, he tours the United States as a solo musician and teacher. 


Performances of "An Iliad" are Friday, February 21, 2014 at 8:00 p.m., February 22, 2014 at 8:00 p.m., and February 23, 2014 at 2:30 p.m.. The admission is $12.00 regular admission and $10.00 for students and seniors. 

Reservations can be made by calling the Black Box Theatre at (575) 523-1223 or visiting www.no-strings.org. Subsequent dates and venues are to be announced. For more information on the tour, a Facebook page has been established atwww.facebook.com/algernoniliad

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

Black Box Theater
An Iliad - 8:00PM
430 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
5755231223 [map]
Price: $12-$10

An Iliad

FEBRUARY 21-23, 2014

Veteran stage actor Algernon D’Ammassa collaborates with virtuoso musician Randy Granger at The Black Box Theatre in downtown Las Cruces for the southwestern premiere of this highly acclaimed, Obie award-winning adaptation of Homer’s Iliad. The New York Times called “spellbinding…an age-old story that resonates with tragic meaning today.” Based on Robert Fagles’s translation of Homer’s epic, this modern play retells the ancient tale of gods, goddesses, warriors and their families, and the endless battles of human history with a gripping, modern voice. The production will play for three performances at the Black Box Theatre and then launch a tour of venues around New Mexico and in El Paso, Texas.

"An Iliad" opens on an empty stage with the entrance of a strange, apparently homeless man with a beat-up suitcase. He begins to sing in ancient Greek, a song seemingly as old as humanity, and a song he has been singing for a very long time. He has difficulty remembering all of the words now, but the stories possess him and we see it is his destiny to tell this tale – and ours, to live it, generation after generation.

This new production of "An Iliad" brings together two accomplished artists from the Las Cruces area in a collaboration of storytelling and music. Algernon D’Ammassa plays the role of the Poet with music improvised by the celebrated musician Randy Granger on a variety of instruments. The presence of live music harkens to an ancient tradition wherein traveling poets would accompany themselves on a lyre. In this collaboration, Granger and D’Ammassa have stated that the music will have a life of its own.

Algernon D’Ammassa is a theatrical actor who has also appeared on film and television. He trained professionally at the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island and has traveled all over the United States and to Europe as a performer and teacher. In 2006, he founded Theatre Dojo in Los Angeles, California as a multi-disciplinary community combining yoga, meditation, and martial arts with the performing arts. Since 2011, he has worked regularly with No Strings Theatre Company of Las Cruces, and he teaches at the Creative Media Institute at New Mexico State University.

Randy Granger is a native New Mexican of indigenous ancestry. He is a master of various instruments, combining Native American flute with musical traditions encompassing rock, jazz, mariachi, and more. Based in Las Cruces, he tours the United States as a solo musician and teacher. 


Performances of "An Iliad" are Friday, February 21, 2014 at 8:00 p.m., February 22, 2014 at 8:00 p.m., and February 23, 2014 at 2:30 p.m.. The admission is $12.00 regular admission and $10.00 for students and seniors. 

Reservations can be made by calling the Black Box Theatre at (575) 523-1223 or visiting www.no-strings.org. Subsequent dates and venues are to be announced. For more information on the tour, a Facebook page has been established atwww.facebook.com/algernoniliad

Friday, February 21st, 2014

An Iliad - 8:00PM
430 N Downtown Mall
las cruces, nm 88005
(575) 523-1223 [map]
Price: $12-$10

http://www.no-strings.org/events.html 

 

An Iliad

FEBRUARY 21-23, 2014

Veteran stage actor Algernon D’Ammassa collaborates with virtuoso musician Randy Granger at The Black Box Theatre in downtown Las Cruces for the southwestern premiere of this highly acclaimed, Obie award-winning adaptation of Homer’s Iliad. The New York Times called “spellbinding…an age-old story that resonates with tragic meaning today.” Based on Robert Fagles’s translation of Homer’s epic, this modern play retells the ancient tale of gods, goddesses, warriors and their families, and the endless battles of human history with a gripping, modern voice. The production will play for three performances at the Black Box Theatre and then launch a tour of venues around New Mexico and in El Paso, Texas.

"An Iliad" opens on an empty stage with the entrance of a strange, apparently homeless man with a beat-up suitcase. He begins to sing in ancient Greek, a song seemingly as old as humanity, and a song he has been singing for a very long time. He has difficulty remembering all of the words now, but the stories possess him and we see it is his destiny to tell this tale – and ours, to live it, generation after generation.

This new production of "An Iliad" brings together two accomplished artists from the Las Cruces area in a collaboration of storytelling and music. Algernon D’Ammassa plays the role of the Poet with music improvised by the celebrated musician Randy Granger on a variety of instruments. The presence of live music harkens to an ancient tradition wherein traveling poets would accompany themselves on a lyre. In this collaboration, Granger and D’Ammassa have stated that the music will have a life of its own.

Algernon D’Ammassa is a theatrical actor who has also appeared on film and television. He trained professionally at the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island and has traveled all over the United States and to Europe as a performer and teacher. In 2006, he founded Theatre Dojo in Los Angeles, California as a multi-disciplinary community combining yoga, meditation, and martial arts with the performing arts. Since 2011, he has worked regularly with No Strings Theatre Company of Las Cruces, and he teaches at the Creative Media Institute at New Mexico State University.

Randy Granger is a native New Mexican of indigenous ancestry. He is a master of various instruments, combining Native American flute with musical traditions encompassing rock, jazz, mariachi, and more. Based in Las Cruces, he tours the United States as a solo musician and teacher. 


Performances of "An Iliad" are Friday, February 21, 2014 at 8:00 p.m., February 22, 2014 at 8:00 p.m., and February 23, 2014 at 2:30 p.m.. The admission is $12.00 regular admission and $10.00 for students and seniors. 

Reservations can be made by calling the Black Box Theatre at (575) 523-1223 or visiting www.no-strings.org. Subsequent dates and venues are to be announced. For more information on the tour, a Facebook page has been established atwww.facebook.com/algernoniliad

Saturday, February 15th, 2014

Randy Granger at Branigan Cultural Center - 1:00 PM
501 N Downtown Mall
Las Cruces, NM 88005
United States [map]
Price: free

Award-winning Native American musician Randy Granger performs on Native American flutes, Hand pans, world percussion, voice and guitar. Free as part of the For the Love of Arts Month. 

 

http://www.scsun-news.com/silver_city-news/ci_25076683 

Monday, July 31st, 2017

Theatre Dojo Songs of Uncreation - 3:30PM
4689 South Holladay Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84117 [map]
Price: http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/

http://www.greatsaltlakefringe.org/ticketing/

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

House Concert Des Moines
House Concert with Randy Granger - 7:00PM
West Des Moines, Iowa [map]
Price: $10 suggested love offering

July 30th, 7PM Longtime professional musician extraordinaire, Randy Granger will be back to entertain and touch our hearts with his considerable musical gifts. Please, bring a donation of $10 and some extra cash to buy CDs. We will have complementary refreshments, too.

 

Return house concert with Randy Granger at Jeanne and Mark's home in West Des Moines, Iowa. Email Jeanne for info and address please. jeanlyle@mchsi.com  reservations required.