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Tag: Gary Stroutsos

Sep.
1st

Source Yoga Tacoma celebrates six years with free classes and Gary Stroutsos on flute

International Native American flutist Gary Stroutsos will play a free concert next weekend as part of the sixth-birthday celebration for Source Yoga studio on North 21st Street, Tacoma. The day also includes free yoga classes and other workshops.

Stroutsos has worked with Navajo flutemaker Paul Thompson to bring to life ancient tunes and stories, woven with improvisation and narration. The concert on Sept. 10 will include flute music of Native America and China, as well as a tribute to the 1968 improvisational Paul Horn recording “Inside the Taj Mahal.”

The studio will also offer free yoga classes, discounts

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Oct.
4th

Native American flute at first Old Town Tuesdays concert

 

The Classical Tuesdays in Old Town concert series is a little-known gem: free midweek concerts in Tacoma’s Old Town that feature unusual local musicians and music. The season opener next Tuesday night is Gary Stroutsos on Native American flutes.

Stroutsos, a Greek-Italian American, has collaborated with some of the finest Native artists around, including Navajo flute maker Paul Thompson, and has played and retold traditional stories on ancient and modern flutes for 30 years. His music was showcased in the score for Ken Burns’ PBS documentary “Lewis and Clark: Journey of the Corps of

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