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Nightdancers To Perform At Storied New York City Venue
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Contemporary Native American flute music duo NightDancers performs at
storied New York City venue Kenny's Castaways on Thursday, December
6th, at 7:00pm. Billed as the Official New York City CD Record Release
Party, NightDancers' set will include songs from their debut CD
entitled, MONTANA CROSSINGS.
Visit the NightDancers Online Press Kit at:
MONTANA CROSSINGS - the debut studio recording from New York City
based composer/flautists Gera Clark and John Sarantos is a
well-crafted, melodic gem of an album featuring themes of exploration,
transformation, interconnection and grace. Recorded at the
world-famous AVATAR Studios in NYC by Jim Anderson, with mastering by
Fred Kervorkian, CLARK and SARANTOS assembled a team which
successfully captured the essence of NightDancers' vision. MONTANA
CROSSINGS contains 15 instrumental tracks featuring twenty-five flutes
representing eleven flute makers from coast-to-coast. No overdubbing
or sound samplers were used on the recording. Montana Crossings/GENRE:
Native - New Age – World; FORMAT: Instrumental - Public Radio -
Variety – World; MUSIC STYLE: Contemporary Native American Flute;
STREET DATE: May 29, 2007.
ABOUT NIGHTDANCERS: New York City based composer/flautists Gera Clark
and John Sarantos, known collectively as NightDancers, enjoy sharing
instrumental flute music with a unique style that takes listeners on a
musical journey . . . painting sound pictures with original
contemporary Native American flute songs - successfully capturing the
soothing, mystical and healing qualities which are the heart and soul
of Native American flute music. Clark and Sarantos met while attending
a Renaissance of the Native American Flute (RNAF) workshop in 2005,
which eventually led to jamming together via speakerphones 1,000 miles
apart. NightDancers was formed in 2006.
Both Clark and Sarantos also
have an extensive background in the business of entertainment. Ms.
Clark managed Condon's, The Lido Cafe and MC'd and operated benefit
shows from Tramps in New York City. She has been teaching flute in the
tradition of her Native American flute mentors, Franc Menusan, John
Rainer Jr. and R. Carlos Nakai. Mr. Sarantos has acted in over 35
commercials, 5 feature films and created, produced and starred in 26
episodes of Mr. Moon's Magic Circus for CBS-TV. He has facilitated
contemporary Native American flute workshops from coast to coast for
over 13 years. For 10 summers he has worked with Ken Light and R.
Carlos Nakai at the Renaissance of the Native American Flute workshop
in Montana and has also written six songbooks for the native flute.
Visit the NightDancers Website at: http://www.nightdancersmusic.com
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