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Virtual Events For Schools

The Mondavi Center is pleased to continue offering Virtual Events For the 2023-24 season.

Thanks to our generous donors, the Virtual Events are being offered for FREE again this year. 

Registration is still open for our second Virtual Event of the season:

Shelley Morningsong

Recommended for grades 1-8

November 6 – December 1, 2023 (last day to register is November 28)

*Access is limited to schools in our 60 mile service area*

Celebrate Native American History Month with Native American Music Awards 2019 “Artist of the Year” singer, songwriter and Grammy member, Shelley Morningsong (Northern Cheyenne), accompanied by her husband and musical partner Fabian Fontenelle (Zuni/Omaha) who adds a breathtaking and beautiful element to their performance with his traditional northern plains style dancing, storytelling, and drumming.

Shelley and Fabian live in the Village of Zuni Pueblo in Northwestern New Mexico where Fabian was born and raised. As independent artists they hope to bring education, peace, love, and unity among all through their music, stories, and dance!


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