With its stunning acoustics, intimate size and classic architectural interior, the Petaluma Historical Library and Museum affords performers and concert goers alike the ultimate in sound experience. Based around the 1899 Henry F. Miller Piano, the Museum has featured classical performances by such greats as Nigel Armstrong and Miles Graber, Jura Margulis, Elizabeth Walter, Yun Chu, Amy Hiraga, Shu-Yi-Pai, Nanci Severance, Peter Wyrick, Matthew Young, the 5 B concert featuring Judiyaba, Marilyn Thompson and Roy Zajac, Jillian Boye and others.
“Tony Redhouse Day” Native American Concert
Friday, June 3
Join Tony Redhouse (Navajo) for a live Native American multimedia music concert in full regalia as he celebrates “Tony Redhouse Day” in Petaluma. Mr. Redhouse will share inspirational music, drawing on the ancient forms of musical expression — the voice, the drum, and the flute–to create a sacred space for us to unite and to create harmony in your life. He will share interactive segments of music, dance and drumming that will take you soaring freely to the heavens.
Tony is the recipient of five Native American Music Awards. His latest work, Harmony of East & West, was created for his unique “Native American Spirit & Yoga” workshops and to support healing and meditation. He has shared uplifting messages with the Dept. of Justice “Victims of Crime on Reservations”, Montana Tribal Communities, National Alliance for Grieving Children, SW College of Behavioral Health, Dr. Oz’ TV, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”, The Real Housewives of NJ and is featured in Marilyn Schlitz and Deepak Chopra’s film documentary, “Death Makes Life Possible” and featured in the film documentary, “Is Your Story Making You Sick?” Produced and directed by Frances Causey. He is often remembered for his motivational and compassionate delivery of insightful messages on a variety of topics including: Life Transitions, health and wellness, maintaining balance in our “Circle of Life”, coping with trauma, grief, divorce, loss, addiction-recovery, and Native American Spirituality.
Reservations are $10 Each.
Or call us at 707-778-4398
For more information about Tony Redhouse: Tonyredhouse.net
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Museum Location and Hours
The Petaluma Historical Museum is located at 20 Fourth Street,
in downtown Petaluma, CA 94952. (707) 778-4398
Hours Thursday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.