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Meet Joanne Shenandoah on Feminine Fusion, April 16th

North Country Public Radio

Native American musician Joanne Shenandoah was a citizen of the Oneida Nation in upstate New York. She was born in Syracuse and grew up on the Oneida Reservation where she learned traditional songs and music styles, and played piano, guitar, flute, and cello. We'll meet her 4/16 @ 10p.

4/2 Too Many Keyboards, Part 2 Organ music written or performed by women

4/9 Even More Prize Winners Prize-winning performers and composers

4/16 One Life: Joanne Shenandoah Joanne Shenandoah was a composer, musician, and proud ambassador of Native American life and culture. This is a look at her life and music.

4/23 Breath and Sound, Part 2 More performances from wind players

4/30 Patchwork Quilt, Part XXXII Time to add another block to our Patchwork Quilt of great music composed and performed by women.

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