Fullerton Public Library Host "Authentic Native American Flute Ensemble"
Fullerton, CA – The Fullerton Public Library is pleased to present a free cultural event featuring traditional music and storytelling of Native American songs. The performance from local talent, ZenJames will be performed in Osborne Auditorium at the Fullerton Public Library on Monday, May 4 starting at 7:00 p.m. with seating at 6:30 p.m. The Fullerton Public Library is located at 353 W. Commonwealth Ave.
ZenJames, with Cherokee heritage, is an accomplished performer of an array of Native American flutes and combines his music with poetic stories of tribal days gone by. The Native American flute has a history of 5,000 years from tribes across the country and has developed into the movie-of-the-mind art form.
“This will certainly be a performance to remember” commented Fullerton Public Library Director, Maureen Gebelein.
“Due to the excellent acoustics of the Osborne Auditorium at the Fullerton Public Library this performance will offer a close-up experience of ZenJames’ magic on his flute,” added Gebelein.
Guests are invited to join ZenJames’ Native American journey to a place of inner peace and personal power. Some songs and stories are based upon the words of Black Elk, the Lakota Sioux shaman who shared his tribe’s vision of nature and man.
The Fullerton Library Local Talent Showcase is produce by Lew Dentler in association with Library Director Maureen Gebelein. Admission is free.
For more information, please contact the Fullerton Public Library at (714) 738-6326.