Native American flutist to perform at ACU


For Immediate Release
August 24, 1999

On Sept. 3, The ACU Honors program will sponsor a free concert by Native American Tom Mauchahty-Ware at 5 p.m. at the Hard Wood Cafe on the ACU campus.

Ware, who is Kiowa and Comanche, has recorded 28 albums, lectured at Yale and other universities, performed at arts and blues festivals from Florida to Califormia and toured with Michael Martin Murphy.

He recorded the soundtrack for the ABC TV miniseries "Son of the Morning Star" and performed original pieces at the Atlanta Summer Olympics and at the memorial service for victims of the Oklahoma City bombing.

The public is welcome and should bring lawn chairs and blankets. The ACU Honors program will provide cold drinks.

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Last update: August 24, 1999
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