Coming October 2016...
One World, Many Voices:
The Artistry of Canyon Records
Join Pueblo Grande Museum in October 2016 for the premiere of One World, Many Voices: The Artistry of Canyon Records, a comprehensive photographic, musical, and historical exhibit of a unique record company. Founded in 1951, Canyon Records is one of the oldest independent record labels that produces and distributes Native American music. Recent recipient of the first Governor’s Arts Awards for Small Business, Canyon Records is also one of the oldest cultural institutions in Arizona. One World, Many Voices will feature over 40 images of Canyon Records artists, including R. Carlos Nakai, Tony Duncan, Radmilla Cody, and others, photographed by Robert Doyle, president of the company.
In addition to photography, the exhibit showcases items from Canyon's 65-year history, artist instruments, videos, and will premiere original music composed exclusively for this exhibit. As a special interactive experience, guests will have the opportunity to pose for pictures with the Canyon Records GRAMMY © Award. One World, Many Voices is an immersive experience that provides a detailed look at Native American recording artists, the record company that supports them, and how Doyle brings it all together.
Admission to One World, Many Voices is included with regular Museum admission.
Visit canyonrecords.com to discover more about the history of the Canyon Records record label and their talented artists.
One World, Many Voices: The Artistry of Canyon Records is made possible due to the sponsorship of Canyon Records , the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary and the City of Phoenix, in addition to the generous support of Corazon Esteva and Teresita Stark.
Join Pueblo Grande Museum for the opening night of this exhibit on Thursday, October 20, 2016 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Become a Museum Member to be invited to the members only preview featuring a short talk with photographer and Canyon Records president Robert Doyle, followed by a flute performance by Canyon Records recording artist Tony Duncan.
To expand the experience of Museum guests, Canyon Records will host a series of six presentations of Native American music and dance at Pueblo Grande Museum during the duration of the exhibit from October 2016 to May 2017. Tickets for these special Sunday performances can be purchased in advance through pueblogrande.com (except November 13 and April 23) at a discounted rate of $10, or $12 at the Museum the day of the performance. Proceeds from all ticketed performances will benefit Pueblo Grande Museum and the Museum Auxiliary. Tickets are required for all Sunday programming due to limited seating.